Mousse Au Chocolat | Classic French Dessert

Mousse Au Chocolate

No matter how many new guilty pleasures come along, the classic mousse au chocolate is rarely met with anything but delight. Defined by its foamy, bubbly texture, and rich chocolate flavor, this classic French dessert is made with dark chocolate, eggs, butter, sugar, and salt. A global comfort dessert, today, mousse au chocolate is served …

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Traditional French Coq Au Vin

Traditional French Coq Au Vin

Intro: With the first recipes have appeared in the early 20th century, and were later popularized by Julia Child among English-speaking audiences on her TV program The French Chef, Coq au vin is a classic French dish of chicken slowly braised in wine. Where did it come from? Burgundy, France Perfect for – perfect for …

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No-Bake Blue Berry Cheesecake

No-Bake Blue Berry Cheesecake

At TFN we love a slice of New York cheesecake! This classic cheesecake ranks among the Empire State’s most iconic foods, on par with New York pizza and the city’s best bagels. Like the city itself, this melt in your mouth cheesecake draws inspiration from around the globe – from traditional versions to Japanese and …

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Loaded Tacos | Chef Manoj Chopra

What’s better than Tacos? Loaded Tacos! These are fun to make, perfect for a light weeknight dinner or even as an appetizer if your weekend plan is to Netflix and Chill. You can pretty much top these corn tortilla taco shells with seasoned ground meat, steak, vegetables, grated cheese, and all the taco fixings you …

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Seriously, what’s not to love about a smoothie? It’s thick, creamy, ultra-nutritious, it has loads of fiber, it’s so easy to make and it has flavors that make your taste buds tingle! Now we all know what a smoothie is, so I’m not getting into that. But do you know when smoothies were born? Officially …