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If you saw Midnight in Paris (or even if you didn’t), you can’t help but want to be Marion Cotillard, the captivating muse who wooed every 1920s expatriate in the City of Light. Le sigh.
Channel your inner Francophile on Bastille Day (next Thursday) by whipping up simple, classic recipes from French Revolution blogger/Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef Kerry Saretsky.
In today’s videos, Saretsky shows us how to make flawless profiteroles (above), a croque monsieur, and an updated frozen Kir Royale. The first two were inspired by Saretsky’s Gallic mother, who made them throughout the writer’s childhood.
We recommend throwing a party and serving all three.
The only way it can get better is if Owen Wilson magically appears.
For more French-inspired recipes and information on Saretsky, go to frenchrevolutionfood.com.