The French Market Cookbook: 1st Anniversary Giveaway!

The French Market Cookbook came out just a year ago today, and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank those of you who bought the book — sometimes multiple copies of it! — and cooked from it with such enthusiasm. It has been a joy and an absolute treat to hear your season-by-season reports, read your sweet tweets, and see your Instagram pictures, so please keep them coming!

To celebrate this one-year anniversary, my publisher and I have five fresh copies of the book for you to win, so you can finally get your hot little hands on it, or gift it away to your favorite vegetable lover.

For a chance to win a copy of The French Market Cookbook, please leave a comment below no later than Wednesday July 9, 2014, midnight Paris time, telling me which of the book’s recipes you most want to try*, or which one you like best if you’ve already cooked from it.

I will draw five comments randomly and announce the winners here next week. My publisher has agreed to send the book out to any mailing address in the world, so you’re welcome to play regardless of your location.

We Got Winners!

The giveaway is now closed, and the following five readers will each receive a copy of The French Market Cookbook:

  • Petra Durnin, who wrote, “I’ve made the Ratatouille Tian and loved it! Would like to try the green pancakes next :)”
  • Mary Duggan, who wrote, “Green pancakes! I love chard and I’m always looking for new ways of cooking it!”
  • Martic, who wrote, “I want to make the Stuffed Vegetables with Beans and Barley — that sounds delicious!!”
  • Brigita Orel, who wrote, “I would love to try the peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis.”
  • Alyson, who wrote, “I really want to try the avocado and radish mini tartines… anything with avocado is a must for me!”

Congratulations to them, and thank you all for participating with such enthusiasm!

* To help you make a choice, here’s a sample of the book’s recipes, excerpted with the publisher’s permission:
~ Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines
~ Very Green Salad
~ Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemon
~ Green Pancakes
~ Green Bean and Red Rice Salad
~ Radish Top Pasta
~ Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart
~ Ratatouille Tian
~ Stuffed Vegetables with Beans and Barley
~ Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust
~ Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis

  • http://philosophyandcake.blogspot.com BabyJune

    I would love the try the peach, almond, and cardamom clafoutis! :)

  • Aliana Ronai

    I would love to try some of the fruit dessert recipes!

  • gregsomers

    savoy sponge cake

  • Danielle

    apricot+zucchini socca tart. yum!

  • http://baltimorebeginner.wordpress.com ohyeahofcourse

    Seems appropriate for the season! I’d like to try the strawberry tartlets.

  • Maureen Brady Moran

    poached rhubarb and orange salad!

  • Christine Dutton

    I’m very interested in the Ratatouille Tian!

  • Molly Fiegel

    I love this cookbook so much!
    The Poor Man’s Bouillabaisse was a great soup and a great inspiration!
    Can’t wait to get to work on the Tomato Mustard Tart. The olive Oil Tart Dough also looks like a very flexible stage for so many yummy things!

  • Natalie Graves

    Ratatouille

  • http://anyshapenecklaces.etsy.com AnyShapeNecklaces

    Green pancakes!

  • http://www.france-travel-info.com Debbie Cochener

    Avocat et radis – that’s my favorite!

  • Evelyn Jackson

    I’ve come to adore fennel since moving here to France! That’s the recipe for me. In fact, I have all the ingredients in my fridge, so I may make it for tomorrow’s lunch.

  • trnchd

    I would love to try the Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust.

  • Sue Macgregor

    I think Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemon sounds fantastic, & I’d love to make it, with my home grown fennel!

  • Ariel Vanderpool

    The Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemon sounds heavenly!

  • Debbie Ham Berschling

    Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis please. Followed closely by the Ratatouille Tian

  • Becky

    I love the avocado and radish tartines. I loaned my copy of your book to my sister-in-law and now I need another copy!

  • eatsleepmake

    The chocolate mousse recipe is the one I’ve made the most. I have a friend who requests it every time he comes over for dinner. The whole book is wonderful though, and full of great recipes I use all the time. merci

  • enmalkm

    Well, I got to the calfoutis recipe at the end, and now I know what I’d like to make.

  • Lori Hine

    I would love to try the green bean and red rice salad! What a beautiful combination!!

  • Stephanie

    Hiya, I would LOVE to try the “very green salad” recipe!

  • TartanPimpernel

    Apple and salted caramel sauce is a favourite with my children.

  • Christina @ but i’m hungry

    Ooooh! Radish top pasta! I’d be all over that!

  • Tóth-Zsiga Borbála

    Green Bean and Red Rice Salad

  • Eveline Maia Leake

    Peach, Almond and Cardamon Clafoutis I will try winning or not this book!!!

  • http://www.chocolateandchillies.blogspot.ca/ Asiya @ Chocolate and Chillies

    Would love to try ver green salad!

  • Patti

    The Green Pancakes look great! I would so love to try them!

  • Pat Lapatte

    avocado and radis tartines. yum!

  • Susan Depper Gittler

    The Ratatouille Tian. We’ll have these ingredients from our garden soon.

  • Laurie M.

    I m making the Green Bean and Red Rice salad for lunch. I feel like I have already won!

  • Angela Kim

    I really liked the golden beet pasta you posted a while back. What a great idea!

  • Suzana Parreira

    I’ve got my eye on the zucchini and apricot socca tart!

  • http://jemesuiscramelepetitdoigt.blogspot.com/ Gathe

    I definitely definitely want to try the zucchini and apricot socca tart. And the Peach almond and cardamom clafoutis. Those sound awesome! Do I have to choose one to participate? I’m not sur I can do that, I think I’m gonna try both of them, regardless of wining the book or not. :)

  • http://bisexualist.blogspot.com That Queer Chick

    I would like to try so many things–the peach clafoutis looks great, but also the shocking pink pasta and the broccoli Parmentier.
    Thank you for the giveaway. I love your blog, and I’m sure the book is great!

  • Renuka Pandya

    It’s so hard to pick a single recipe, but if I have to pick just one, it would be the Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart.

  • Jen Aakre

    Shaved fennel salad with preserved lemons!

  • Luciana

    Avocado and radish tartines got me at hello!

  • Annette Kiehl

    I would love to try the avocado and radish mini tartines. Sound exciting!

  • EddiesShoppe Vintage-Finds

    Definitely the peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis!

  • Cristina

    I will definitely try the zucchini and apricot socca tart. I am very much into chickpea flour lately and I cannot wait to try it with tangy and sweet apricots. Thank you for this giveaway. It is a great opportunity to browse in your book, which I was already thinking about buying and now, after snooping around in the recipe maze, I will definitely have to get it, as I have never won anything in my life yet but I do have a certain habit of collecting too many cookbooks.

  • Julie

    Mmm that peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis sounds amazing to me right now, as I am currently in India and missing my kitchen and fresh summer cooking so much!

  • Ella Wagener

    I am really excited to try the Stuffed Vegetables with Beans & Barley for dinner. I am always looking for new vegetarian dinner options. Also, the Avocado and Radish Mini-Tartines would make a great and easy lunch for the weekdays. They all look so delicious and simple enough that I can make time in my crazy schedule to prepare them.

  • David Dumon

    Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis for me!!!

  • Meagan Buch

    I’d love to make the green pancakes – that’s exactly the kind of thing my kids love to eat.

  • Christine Hung

    The Green Pancakes are at the top of my list!

  • mbsellssd

    The Green Pancakes look awesome. I think they are super versatile for any meal, dress them for a fancy side or on their own they would be great.

  • Jessica Dandona

    Definitely the strawberry tartlets–it’s summertime! :)

  • N Wederstrandt

    I own this book and I think it’s wonderful. You guys need to try to win it!

  • Stephanie Morris Hasbrouck

    I’d love to try the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis. Sounds so good!

  • Ginie

    Would love to make the ratatouille tian. Perfect for a hot summer night dinner.

  • Emma @ Words And Peace

    wow, thanks for the generous giveaway! honestly if I win your book, i will want to try ALL the recipes, but I will start with the claffoutis, I ate so many delicious ones as a kid in France

  • Lorna

    Green beans and red rice – two sides in one!

  • Gabriella Dane

    definitely the very green salad!

  • gorgonzola

    Definitely the green pancakes. Makes me most ‘satiably curious.

  • Jen S

    Green pancakes!

  • Ashley Kimble

    The shaved fennel salad looks fantastic!

  • JuneCarterCash

    OK, I can’t really say I would want to make this, but I sure would love someone else to make it for me! ~ Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis

  • Sarah Maduri Garthwaite

    The green pancakes sound right up my ally! I will make them this weekend whether or not I win the cookbook! xo

  • Ann Helen

    Merci Clothilde :) I would like to try the strawberry tartlets! Sounds wonderful :)

  • Daphne

    It will be the green salad for me!

  • Rita Connelly

    Two of my favorite things: fennel and lemons. Yummmmmmm!

  • http://www.douzetableaux.blogspot.co.uk Alison

    The Ratatouille Tian looks incredible!

  • tesslight

    Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis oooooh because I’ve never made a Clafoutis, and I love anything peach. GREAT give away!!! :)

  • Esther in Baldwin

    Definitely the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis. I love peaches and almonds together and how can you not love clafoutis!

  • Sara Davies

    I definitely am hoping to try the Radish Top Pasta – mostly because one of my favorite recipes of yours that I have made many times is the swiss chard tart, in which you dot the crust with radish leaf pesto! I so LOVE the idea of using those “forgotten” parts of a vegetable so nothing goes to waste. That dish has inspired me to do this more often, but I never thought about using the radish leaves in a pasta dish. That’s definitely going on my list. I would so love a copy of this book.

  • Ana

    The Ratatouille Tiam and the Vey Green Salad would make an awesome meal!
    Ana

  • Kaisa

    I would love to try Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart.

  • Fiona Borres

    I live in the Philippines so naturally, I’m a rice eater! The first recipe I’d like to try is the Green Bean and Red Rice Salad so I can try something different with my rice.

  • Katerina Akarepi

    There is a pear tree in my backyard, so I’d love to try the pear and chestnut cake.

  • Filiz Mehmed

    Green Pancakes .. they looks very tasty .. :)

  • jenifer

    Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemon! I love fennel and am experimenting with my own preserved lemons.

  • stuart itter

    Love tartines. The avacado and radish tartine provides so many pleasure: cut with an apertif, a light lunch, the evening meal after a big midday dinner, even with slow cooked eggs in the morning.

  • Monika J

    The green pancakes look superb!

  • Elizabeth Schlackman

    I’d love to try the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis – perfect for ripe peaches in the next few months.

  • Too Fond

    Ooh, I would love to win this! The avocado and radish tartines sound great–we’re big avocado eaters around here. Thanks for the giveaway, Clothilde!

  • Sara Moss

    I want to make the Shocking Pink Pasta. So pretty!

  • http://www.simplysaratravel.com/ Sara

    Those avocado and radish mini tartines look wonderful to start a meal with! I would love to cook recipes from your book!

  • Meghan

    Wow. The book is gorgeous and I want to try all those recipes! But I have everything for the avocado and radish tartine in my fridge right now, so that’s where I’ll start. :)

  • RHRing

    I will make the “Ratatoulle Tian”. Here in the Region of Niagara in Ontario, Canada, we are starting to harvest local fruits and veggies. Nothing like a Niagara Beef Steak tomato hot off the vine, along with more zuccini, eggplants and yellow onions. MMMMMMMMMMM good. Off to the local farmers’ market.

  • Camilla Mann

    Oooo! I know, I know. The Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines. Those look amazing!

  • Megan Hinrichsen

    I’d love to try the Poor Man’s Bouillabasse. I love fresh green peas.

  • Elise Erickson

    I have a lot of wonderful vegetables ripening to perfection in my garden, so I’d love to try the Ratatouille Tian–it looks delicious and beautiful! I am also inspired by the Salade toute verte and will be trying that as well as my own versions of Salade toute violette, toute rouge, toute blanche, et cetera. Of course, as much I love my healthy veggies, I also have a sweet tooth at times, so will probably also have to make the strawberry tartlets and the clafoutis (mmmm…cardamom!) sometime as well!

  • Nicole White

    Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart…I miss having socca in the South Of France…would love to try and make it at home in the U.S.

  • Abby Schachter

    The Ratatouille Tian looks beautiful, made something similar last week but this one looks better!

  • Margaret Jenkins

    Green bean and red rice salad. That is what I would like to eat for dinner right now, if only I had enough energy to get myself to the store to purchase the beans and rice… Tomorrow for sure!

  • Petra Durnin

    I’ve made the Ratatouille Tian and loved it! Would like to try the green pancakes next :)

  • http://peoniesandorangeblossoms.blogspot.com/ Angelina

    A hard decision, but I love avocado so I think I would make the avocado and radish mini tartines! As a vegetarian, I would love to have a copy of your French-vegetarian cookbook!

  • Alissa Greising

    Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis

  • Clare Crane

    I love Clafouti and this one looks divine. Never attempted to make one myself, but perhaps this book could teach me to be a French culinary goddess :)

  • Jessica Volz

    Ratatouille Tian ~ A Vegetarian’s Delight! :)

  • Samantha Plotkin

    The Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart looks very good. Would love to try them all!

  • CelticDiva1066

    Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust!

  • Patti Dappen

    Thanks for the opportunity.. would love to try your cookbook recipes!!

  • Mary Duggan

    Green pancakes! I love chard and I’m always looking for new ways of cooking it!

  • Vale Vola

    The clafoutis with cardamom i love ittt

  • Kelly

    I would love to try the Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis!

  • Lisa

    Green pancakes.

  • danarsab

    peach and cardamom are two of my FAVORITE flavors together, so your clafoutis sounds fantastic.

  • Christiana

    The Ratatouille Tian or the Peach Almond Clafoutis hands down!!!

  • Amy Berry

    the green pancakes! always looking for new ways to enjoy swiss chard!

  • karen mahoney

    I am always looking to expand my culinary knowledge, and would love a copy of these recipes.

  • Sarah

    The green pancakes for sure!

  • nikkius

    Ratatouille Tian, Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart (socca is a favourite in our home), Eggplant and Black Olive Caviar, Poached Rhubarb and Orange Salad, and the list goes on. :) Thanks for the opportunity! Wow!

  • martic

    I want to make the Stuffed Vegetables with Beans and Barley – that sounds delicious!!

  • heidi medina

    I’m thinking the Peach, Almond and Cardamon Clafoutis since peaches are coming into season here in CO but so many of the others are on my must make list as well.

  • Chandanit

    Strawberry Tartlets of course!

  • Mary

    Can’t believe I’ve been pining for this book for a year now!! That cardamom clafoutis comes just in time for the peaches at the market.

  • Julia

    Peach, Almond and Cardamon Clafoutis sounds incredible! Yes please!

  • Kathejo Bohlman

    I know those ‘Green Pancakes’! I live in the Aveyron. They’re some of the great French market fast food around here.

  • Sam

    I always go crazy for strawberry tartlets, and I’ve never tried making them… yet! Pretty obvious choice for me if I win the book! Love the blog, thanks for running it :)

  • valerie

    The preach/almond clafoutie with cardamom sounds delicious and is on my to do list! Thanks for the chance ;)

  • Cheryl Lim

    The Ratatouille Tian looks awesome!

  • Marina Kogan

    strawberry tartlets sound delish

  • JoAnn Moran

    Sadly, when I was a child my mother served horrible canned or frozen vegetables. I longed for salads. The only cooked vegegable I liked was a zucchini in tomato sauce with a few herbs. I loved it. Hapoily, I cook fresh vegetables for myself now, and one of my favorite dishes is ratatouille. Yiur Ratatouille Tian recioe looks beautiful and delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipes and creating such a beautiful cookbook. I love the French approach to fresh, seasonal ingredients and your cookbook captures that beautifully.

  • Teri

    I look forward to your monthly emails & especially LOVE your calendar offerings, your recipes are always the highlight! Your beautiful descriptions of the foods that you have tried, everything French and inspired recipes such a bright spot in my month. The Peach, Almond, & Cardamon Clafoutis screams iconic French pastry shoppe…would love to have the opportunity to try the recipe & enjoy your book!

  • Stéphanie

    I would love to try the very green salad, perfect to begin the summer ! Thank you very much !

  • Natalia Dahmani

    I’d like to try the Green Pancakes, it seems delicious!! And I’d be very happy to get a copy of this book!

  • Ursula

    Congratulations on the anniversary – what a fun way to mark it! I am intrigued by the zucchini and apricot socca tart, and would love to try it. My husband is French, so our family has grown up loving tarts and pastries (and I love to make them). However, he’s also increasingly lactose intolerant, and I recently deciphered a wheat intolerance for myself ….. so pastries made with butter and flour don’t really work for us anymore. Any other healthy and delicious alternatives are always happily explored!

  • Daniela Donati

    Green Bean and Red Rice Salad! Sounds Yummy!

  • Barbara Pandos

    I must try the Radish top pasta. I visit my farmers market every Saturday and there is one farmer who often has beautiful pink, white and purple radishes, but when I get home I always just throw the tops away. This sounds like a delicious alternative

  • Emily Ankeney

    Yummmm. The Peach Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis is the recipe for me! Thank you so much!

  • Lewie

    Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis … I ride a bicycle too…and well I just finished a ride and this sounds great..I think I would eat it all as one serving ;)

  • Marcia Coakley

    I am with Emily….clafoutis for sure (though, will make GF). Thank you….delightful.

  • Anouk

    Zucchini + apricot socca tart: sounds like a winner! Always in for a new game between fruit and veggie :) Let the battle begin!

  • Veronica Tamsitt

    Radish top pasta! I always throw away my radish tops and this looks like a delicious way to eat them!

  • Bea da Silva

    I love the avocado and radish mini tartines

  • S. Bird

    I need to try the peach clafoutis! I love cardamom.

  • Karen Gaworecki

    As a fan of cardamom, I am most interested in the peach, almond, and cardamom clafoutis. It looks divine.

  • Jennifer Strasser

    I love strawberries & shortbread!!!

  • Jane Tuten

    I’d make the Tomato and Mustard Tarte!

  • Andi Bernstein Fishman

    love

  • Andi Bernstein Fishman

    love your cookbook!

  • Anamaria

    Avocado and radish mini tartines because avocado goes well with everything :)

  • ana v

    TheAvocado and Radish Mini Tartines sound amazing!

  • JT

    Green pancakes! We are drowning in chard over here!!

  • Andi Bernstein Fishman

    sight works badly:(

  • Laura Cunningham

    Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis sound amazing!!

  • Mabel

    I am a vegetarian living in Paris; I would love to win a copy of this book! Fingers crossed! All the recipes would be great to have on hand but would be very happy to try the Green Pancakes, and Strawberry Tartlettes. Congrats on the anniversary!

  • Sharon Pratchler

    I would like to try the Shaved Fennel with Lemon.

  • Laura Lewakowski

    Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis – and I am NOT going to share!

  • Julie

    Green Pancakes sound interesting. The Strawberry Tartlettes would be yummy too!

  • Lizzie

    I would love to try the avocado and radish tartines – both favourites of mine and I often run out of ideas for fresh ways to serve them. This sounds divine for the summer – cool, creamy avocado contrasted by crisp, peppery radish and so simple to make! I am having friends around this weekend and will definitely be offering these.

  • Krista

    Mmmmm, those green pancakes look amazing. And I have so much chard right now!

  • Michael Pardee

    The crunchy lentil and watercress salad sounds quite yummy

  • http://www.eatingwiesbaden.com Frau Dietz

    *puts hand up reaaaally high* The peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis! Peaches will be coming into season here soon (my in-laws here in Germany live in a house surrounded by orchards and fruit fields) so this would be perfect to bake next month :D

  • Caroline

    I have an over abundance of zucchini in the garden so I’d love to try the zucchini apricot socca tart!

  • SugarFree

    Oh, my! So many delicious dishes to choose from. Hands down, though? Gotta be the Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust. I don’t know how many Tartlets I’ll make – but I already plan on making plenty of extra shortbread to munch on – the recipe looks divine!

  • Debra Getz

    The ratatouille tian looks fabulous!

  • Supriya

    Love the idea of having sliced up radishes on a slice of bread that is slathered with avocado!! For an avocado fan, this is heaven! :-)

  • Melanie

    Oh, Ratatouille tian would be fun to make with my vegetarian children! Merci, Clotilde.

  • Carmen Welfring

    The zucchini & Apricot Socca Tart! The combination sounds intriguing! My husband and I went to Paris for the first time last April, and I know making this tart will be a wonderful reminder of our time spent there!

  • dr_bombay

    i’m definitely intrigued by the Green Pancakes. i’m still obsessing over your FIRST cookbook, so i’d be thrilled to have a new one to add to the collection. : )

  • http://www.bradattig.com/ Brad Attig

    I have to try eggplant and fresh herb tabbouleh. Sounds like something I would just sit down and eat all of it….

  • Margaret Murray

    Definitely the peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis. Summer fruits are the best, and cardamom is such a unique addition!

  • Shavonne

    Green Bean and Red Rice Salad! Looking forward to cooking this one. I prefer the simple straight forward recipes as a new cook.

  • Karen Andrews

    Che`re Clotilde, For me it would be the shaved fennel salad with preserved lemon, as I have both available and want to use them. All of the recipes sound fabulous! With local heat at over 100 degrees, I must find recipes that do not require an oven or could be modified for solar cooking, yes?

  • Ben

    Those green pancakes look great!

  • Caroline

    I’d make the tomato and mustard tart first — even the picture of it brings on the strongest déjà vu of my days in Haute-Normandie.

  • Stacey Moreno

    the zucchini and apricot socca tart sounds very interesting

  • Patsy McCormick Luey

    Mmmm…I have just added the ingredients for the Green Bean and Red Rice Salad to my grocery list…we will be enjoying it this time tomorrow!

  • Anastasia M.

    I’d make Green Pancakes – i love pancakes!

  • http://thriftburgher.blogspot.com Kate

    Ooh, the green pancakes look tasty. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

  • Dimitrios Dalagiorgos

    Ratatouille Tian of course!

  • wendryn

    Shocking pink pasta! my daughter would love it.

  • susan

    ratatouille tian is the best!!!

  • Vanessa Dorado

    I would love to make the peach almond and cardamom clafoutis and share it with friends at brunch. I know it would be a hit!

  • Jennifer

    I have recently discovered the versatility of radishes and would love to try the tartine with avocado and radishes.

  • Lavail

    Very Green salad bien sûr! Merci pour ton blog Clothilde!

  • Madeleine Royere-Koonings

    Fennel salad for me, I am loving fennel more and more so want to try this one!

  • http://croce-delizia.blogspot.it/ Antonella Fusco

    Ratatouille Tian! What a beautiful version!

  • Adrian Trejo

    I would like to try the stuffed Vegetables with Beans and Barley!

  • Samara

    I’m going to have to go with the green pancakes…would love to try them all, though!

  • Renee

    Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust. They look divine!

  • Sonja Norris

    I would really love to try the green pancakes. They look delicious!

  • Martha Donají

    I’ve made several times the Tomato Mustard Tart and now I’m going to make the Stuffed Vegetables with Beans and Barley!

  • Mary

    You have won me with the Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemon…… I can’t get enough of fennel. How lovely to try this ~ thankyou :)

  • LWood

    I can’t decide, so many wonderful veggie recipes and bounty from the garden/market in Ann Arbor, MI. The fennel with preserved lemon beating out the avocado/radish by a hair (but love the simplicity of the latter).

  • TriZel

    I would love to try the Green Bean and Red Rice Salad… sounds great!

  • Juniper

    Hmm so many choices. The Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart intrigues me though!

  • Jordi Waggoner

    The social tarte. I already have some of the flour and can’t wait to try using it!

  • hillary hubacker

    Green pancakes seem both delicious and up my skills alley! :)

  • Betsy

    I would love to try the Shaved Fennel Salad and Preserved Lemon. I made preserved lemons this year and would love to try them on this yummy salad.

  • futureater

    clafoutis, oh yes please!

  • Helena

    Definitely your strawberry tartlets – in fact, I think I’ll make them this weekend.

  • Emily West

    So hard to choose, but the shaved fennel salad with preserved lemon is calling to me. Sounds delicious!

  • margotjacqz

    hard to choose except that the radishes have landed at my local greenmarket so the first I’d cook is radish top pasta. then the ratatouille tian.

  • Delene Sowers Volkert

    I simply could not narrow it down to one! The two I most want to try are:
    Avocado & Radish mini tartines and Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis!!

  • Catherine

    The Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis recipe looks great to me!

  • carme

    The Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart! Summer is a little lazy this year in Barcelona, but when it arrives we will need really fresh food and this socca is!

  • Katherine Jones

    I absolutely adore fennel, so I’m really interested to try the shaved fennel and preserved lemon recipe!

  • mpal

    The socca tart is awesome, I’ve googled it and also used the base with other toppings. But from your list of options, the pancakes. Everything tastes better in a pancake …

  • disqus_qi8v2KEH4b

    i’d love to try the strawberry tartlets

  • Hamish Lindstrom

    Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust! It’s a ways to go until summer here, but I’m sure I could be kept happy with the other recipes until strawberries are in season again!

  • Allison

    The green bean and red rice salad sounds unique and delicious!

  • Kate Hoffman

    I’ve just looked through the recipes and can only narrow it down to two (though I want to cook them all!). The green pancakes look delicious and I LOVE stuffed vegetables, yours look great!

  • Violette Du Geneville

    Ratatouille Tian(because I am a ratatouille fan),Zucchini and apricot socca tart and the Pear almond Cardamom clafoutis.

  • Deborah Jongsma

    When one says “Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust,” one need say no more. Just the sound of it is delicious and satisfying.

  • Ling Yuen Chin

    I like to try ” green pancakes”

  • Tamara Wilcox

    Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis!!

  • Tina Richmond Hudelson

    The Strawberry and Breton Shortbread Tartlets would be at the tp of my list!

  • sh06king

    Chocolate bread! I’ve been dying to get a good recipe! Thank you … I’ve been following you for years!

  • Jennifer Gieber

    Ratatouille Tian. I love Ratatouille in general, and yours looks so elegant!

  • jyms

    mushroom and chive quiche :D

  • Melissa Estell Poppert

    The Very Green Salad looks fantastic! The toasty crunch and richness of the hazelnuts would be a wonderful surprise. I’m new to gardening so this book would be a welcome addition to this new veggie eater.

  • Echo Adhikari

    Strawberry tartlets. Shortbread makes my world go ’round.

  • Heather Combs Flemm

    Nothing could be better than Strawberry tartlets!!!

  • Emilye Lin

    seaweed tartare — I love seaweed and am intrigued by how it would turn out!

  • Kara Cummings

    Definitely want to try Ratatouille Tian!

  • shelley in bigsky

    ooh la – la….amazing book…..

  • Victoria Patience

    the mushrooms stuffed with plum and hazelnuts: last year I got 30 kg of plums from just one of my three trees and I always need more things to do with them. I love love love your blog!

  • Claus Padkær

    Surely the green pancakes. A very versatile dish that can be made any time anywhere.

  • Amy Megan

    Today I tried the Peach Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis. My partner is from Beautheil; she was just talking about missing her mother’s clafoutis that she loved as a child. I had a friend give us tart cherries and I added that to the clafoutis with the peaches. Lovely! It made my sweetheart happy. I love your website and have cooked from it several times as she misses home. Thank you for all the great recipes!

  • Thilde Peterson

    Making the Strawberry Tartlets is my dream! My family is from Brittany. They came to the US over 150 years ago but the love of butter and shortbread is in my veins. Clothilde makes the tartlets look so mouth-watering, I can’t wait.

  • Dana @ Foodie Goes Healthy

    I would love to make the clafoutis because it can be made dairy free and the peaches are amazing right now.

  • Jen De Cruz

    I must make the green pancakes with any luck my kids will enjoy making and eating them :)

  • Allison

    I’m going to try the fennel and preserved lemon salad! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for the giveaway!

  • perosh

    Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust (but maybe with raspberries as strawberry season passed)

  • Pua RF

    The green bean and red rice salad sounds delicious!

  • Roberta

    Shocking pink pasta for me :)

  • Andrea Telegdi

    The shocking pink past looks great and delicious. And the red beets are just waiting for me to cook them…

  • Carole

    Clotilde, pour ma part, ce qui m’intéresse plus précisément dans cet ouvrage, c’est de cuisiner plus végétal, grâce à de nouvelles recettes, de nouvelles associations, de nouvelles techniques, de nouvelles idées… Toutes ces petites choses qui font qu’un jour on se tape sur le front en disant “mais pourquoi n’y ai-je pas pensé plus tôt?” J’ai très envie de découvrir ta recette de “salade de lentilles croquantes”,
    Merci,

  • Stella_L

    well I would definitely try out more than just one recipe, but if I have to choose it would be the strawberry tartlets with breton shortbread crust because I really like making desserts :)

  • LaCoccinelle

    I love the simplicity of the avocado and radish tartines, so I’ll definitely be trying those.

  • Laila

    The recipe to try would have to be Strawberry tartlets with Breton Shortbread crust. The Norweigan strawberries would take pride of place in this dessert. =)

  • Emma Daffas

    Bonjour Clotilde,
    J’aime beaucoup le principe d’une cuisine à base de légumes. J’ai particulièrement envie de faire la socca (j’adore ça !!) et la bouillabaisse du pauvre.
    Merci !
    Emma

  • Laurie Delarue Theurer

    I have GOT to try the green pancakes! My little girls are pancake junkies and I’d like to try this healthier recipe for a change. Thanks to your publisher for letting you post it. All the best!

  • Borgny Brørvik

    Corsican Turnovers

  • Caity Gill

    This would be a god send for my mum. And my favourite pudding in the world is strawberry shortcake so the tartlets with Breton shortcake crust sounds ambrosial.

  • cezovski

    I’d like to try their Spelt and Vegetable Pilaf.

  • http://italianfood.about.com Danette St. Onge

    They all sound interesting, but the clafoutis has caught my eye!

  • Florence Chia

    I’m planning to try the Softly Spiced Carrot and Almond Soup

  • Kat Kat

    The strawberry tartlets with breton shortbread crust certainly! Merci!

  • smdancer

    all of them yummy but the one that has caught my eye the most is the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis which is not out of place on any table be it modern or even medieval.

  • LivedinItaly

    The tomato and tarragon bread soup as our tomato plants are super producing this year. There is nothing better than tomatoes picked from right outside your door and incorporated into a home made meal.

  • Beastie

    Oh well, chocholate and zucchini is one of my favourite combination in a cake ever!
    But to enter the winning section for the cook book sample – I would taste the Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart. Looks too good. Thanks.

  • Kos A Va

    The Green Pancakes

  • Nathalie d’Abbadie

    Those radish and avocado tartines look absolutely delicious! And I love the idea of avocados being “vegetable butter”. Can’t wait to try out that recipe! Then I’d use the radish tops for the radish pasta (waste not want not) and finish off with the strawberry tartlets. Perfect!

  • johnell costa

    Strawberry tartlets with Breton shortbread crust, looks sinfully delicious, it was hard to choose. Radish dishes would be next, we had a plethora of them from the garden this year & needed some good ideas how to prepare them.
    Thank You!

  • NotJoking

    The green pancakes, please. I make gram flour (chickpea flour) pancakes and add all sorts of things, the greener the better, and this looks the sort of thing I’m looking for to keep my family healthy and happy. Thanks loads.

  • http://urbanfoodie.nl Danielle

    It would have to be the shaved fennel salad with preserved lemon since I love fennel. I have a big batch of homepreserved lemon i would like to delve into, so this sounds like the perfect combination.

  • Johnna Quick

    Strawberry tartlets with breton shortbread crust sound divine!

  • Sherri Reider

    I would love to make the shaved fennel and preserved lemon salad. Two of my favorite things comibined spells pure heaven in a bowl to me!

  • Diana Romero

    I would love to make the stuffed vegetables with beans and barley, possibly with a side of very green salad, and the Peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis for dessert.

  • Pamela Brown

    I think the ratatouille tian looks scrumptious!

  • http://www.facebook.com/DarkandDismalFlower JC Herz

    Shaved fennel salad – I’m the author of a CrossFit book (http://amzn.to/1hdjNpi) and fennel is Paleo :-) Now *there’s* a book idea: Paleo Francais! Am sure Gallic cavemen were much more refined…

  • Alicia

    Fresh shell beans and barley with sage and garlic!

  • Beth

    Definitely the strawberry Tartlets with Breton shortbread crust. I am 8 months pregnant and I have a huge craving for strawberries, no kidding!

  • Sarah

    The shaved fennel salad, strawberry tartlets, and the peach cardamom clafoutis both sound amazing!

  • Barb Christian

    I would love to try the socca with zucchini.

  • Floriane

    I would really enjoy trying the Zucchini and apricot tart, since I’ve never combined sweet and salty ingredients in a dessert ! :-)

  • Megan Mattingly

    The shaved fennel salad sounds delicious.

  • Celeste Brodnik

    I’d like to try the green pancakes.

  • jonquil alexia

    While I want to try the tomato with mustard tart, I would start with green beans/almond butter as that is more likely to draw the grandchildren in.

  • Jo Frangou

    I have actually made the shaved fennel salad and loved it. I would also like to try the stuffed vegetables with beans and barley.

  • Tiffany Knoell

    I’ve made radish top soup for years, but I’d love to expand what I can do with them. I think the radish top pasta would be fantastic to add to the repertoire.

  • Susan Wiste

    The next recipe I am going to try is the Cauliflower, Turmeric and Hazelnut Gratin. The blend of flavors sounds so intriguing.

  • Céline

    En bon bec sucré, je choisi les Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust!

  • Lori Krasner

    Bas, dis donc! Peaches are in season, so I will make the Peach, Almond and Cardomon Clafoutis !!

  • Theresa Hawley

    I love asparagus, and I am always looking for new and exciting ways to use it. I would like to try the Asparagus Buckwheat Tart!

  • Zoe

    I can’t wait to try the ratatouille tian – my mother’s ratatouille was a summer favourite when I was growing up and this looks like a gorgeous twist!

  • melinda way

    i have made a version of the green pancakes (using grated zucchini all summer….my half French grandson, who is 16 mos, loved them

  • Abbe Kemack

    http://www.dailycandy.com/everywhere/article/151157/Peach-Almond-and-Cardamom-Clafoutis-Recipe Since I have already made your Grandmother’s pear cake and it was a delicious hit. (elegant and yet simple) The next would have to be the peach almond recipe. I have a stock of fresh cardamom and will twerk(in the old definition :P)the recipe a bit by using almond milk. Thank you for sharing.

  • Andrea Emrick

    The Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis! Clafoutis was one of the staples in my cooking courses in the south of France. It brings back such memories!

  • Carol Evans

    I am on my way to Paris in one week, with 12 yr old twins who are already foodies, they cannot wait to eat in Paris. The Avocado and radish sandwiches are a supper staple for us.

  • Taryn

    The strawberry tartlets sound devine! Flashbacks to my summers in the Dordogne and the fresh strawberries!

  • Zil

    I plan to try the avocado and radish tartines. They look fabulous!

  • Harriet Hunt Brown

    Since color plays a huge role in good food, I’m going to make the avocado and radish mini tartines. Radishes were served quite often at our house when I was young. Then they disappeared, but in the last few years they seem to have made a delightful comeback. This recipe has it all: tempting appearance, simplicity, and excellent blending of ingredients. All of the things I think of when I serve French food!

  • Diann Windle

    one of the most delightful experiences i had while traveling in France was the introduction to the clafouti! In northern California we have the most beautiful peaches at this time of the year To incorporate them into this delightful and COLORFUL, elegant dessert is sheer pleasure. What a taste treat, and gluten free! Thank you, Clothilde, Chocolate and Zuccini!!

  • bellini

    I adore fennel and would like to try it with preserved lemon.

  • Bree

    Savoy Sponge Cake (though the Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust look awesome, too)!

  • Laurel Hamilton Eden

    What a tough decision, but since green beans are my favorite food item and I love red rice, I’d definitely make the salad first. And then have the strawberry tartlets for dessert.

  • Azar Attura

    I want to make the “Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis” — because what’s NOT to love about Peaches, and Almonds, and my FAVE spice, Cardamom!! J’ai Grande Appetit !! (abbreviated as “G a”)

  • a c

    One of my favorite appetizers for years has been radishes with salt and butter, so the avocado and radish tartines has to be the first I’d make. Followed by the clafoutis – some of my favorite ingredients in one dessert!

  • Edna Susan Jackson

    Love to try the strawberry tartlet recipe

  • Claudia Colven

    The Avacado and Radish Mini Tartine sounds and looks AMAZING! I’m trying it for our July 4th Celebration :)

  • Gitka

    I loved the bright yellow mustard I was served in Paris this spring. It was nothing like what we have at home so the recipe I’d like to try is the Tomato Mustard Tart. I wonder how that combination would turn out.

  • Francine

    I am so interested to cook the Peach, Almond and Cardamon Clafoutis because I love the flavor of cardamom and this dessert has the combination of soft and crunchy that I love to serve my family and guests.

  • Tracy Rysavy

    I love fennel but can’t think of enough ways to use it. I’m going to start preserving some lemons so I can try the Shaved Fennel Salad!

  • Marcy Conaway

    It is probably your simplest recipe but it has become my very favorite and I have talked several people into trying it – much to their delight!:-) I’m speaking of none other than your Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines – yummy!!

  • Jessica Parks

    Peach, Almond, and Cardamom Clafoutis sounds like my kind of dessert! :-)

  • deborah

    My son is a huge fan of ratatouille since the movie of the same name and is always begging me to make it. The photo of yours is the first one that actually looks like the same dish, so I’d love to try it out. Looks delicious!

  • Bianca Baccili Zanotto Vigna

    I would love to try the Strawberry Tartlets as the strawberries season is starting in Brazil!!!

  • Hernando Carranza

    The avocado and radishes mini tartinis will be a smash at our 4th of July celebration!!!!

  • Isobel Bilyk

    APPETIZING PRESENTATION – INTRIGUING COMBINATION OF FLAVOURS – NOVEL GLUTEN FREE CHOICES – NUTRITIOUS RECIPES!!! Reading all of the recipes makes me hungry! I belong to a Gourmet Girls dinner group so I’ll try the Stuffed Vegetables With Beans And Barley so that my guests are curious as they make their tasty choice. Thanks for the opportunity to win a new cookbook.

  • wabi

    Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart me fait de l’œil!
    J’allais justement tester ce soir la Tarte fine aux courgettes jaunes , pâte au yaourt :)

  • Erin

    I made the cornmeal cookies when I checked it out from the library. I’m a vegetarian and would love to have my own copy!

  • Sura Crutch Sevastopoulos

    I LOVE the recipe for Green Pancakes! My 3 1/2 yr old grandson is obsessed with them, especially when I serve them with Tzatziki (Greek yogurt/garlic/cucumber sauce)

  • Donna Kimball Schwartz

    Cardamom and peach is one of my favorite flavor combinations, so I am eager to try the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis. This recipe reminds me a bit of your mom’s apple cake in Chocolate & Zucchini, which I make almost constantly with the alternative pears and almond extract. It has become my go-to dessert recipe. I eat the leftovers the next day for breakfast with a dollop of yogurt and toasted sliced almonds.

  • Jan

    Green Pancakes for sure

  • Carol

    They all sound so good…but I’d start with the Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart.

  • http://www.secretsfrommyapron.com Bea Long

    I would love to try the”Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafouti”. That would definitely be my number one recipe to try! Thanks so much.

  • Cooketteria

    Love the Lentil, Watercress and Kohlrabi Salad.

  • Judy Marchman

    The peach, almond, and cardamom clafoutis just went on my must-make list! I absolutely love cardamom–and combined with peaches? Miam!

  • Shelly

    Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust sounds absolutely wonderful.

  • Jennifer Price

    It’s a tie between the radish top pasta and/or the zucchini and apricot socca tart. My garden is bursting with radishes and zucchini and the apricots are beginning to come to market. Want to take advantage of all this goodness. Yum!

  • wagonum

    I want to try out the green pancakes. I love savory pancakes and crepes. Those sound great.

  • http://MyHomeIsYourHome.com Bob B.

    Ms. Clotilde, Wow ! ! and Thank You so much for sharing a fresh look at French recipes.
    Being a single American guy with many international friends, I’m always looking to enjoy a variety of foods, and share culinary experiences. I favor zuccini and all varieties of squash. So Chocolate and Zucchini intrigued me. All look so good.
    My first endeavors would/will be Green Pancakes for breakfast/brunch, then Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart with an attempt to use a lighter rice flour ‘torte/bread’ for a late afternoon/evening treat, along with a favorite (anything Ratatouille) Ratatouille Tian. And for dessert – Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust. NIce music and wine. How Sweet is all that.. My French friends and neighbors will love these.
    My appreciation, Bon Appetit, Bob

  • Daniella Knell

    I want to try the peach, almond and cardamom Clafoutis! One of my dear French friends introduced me to Clafoutis years ago and cardamom is one my FAVORITE spices!

  • Amanda Phickle

    Zucchini and Apricot Socca! I love socca and that combinations sounds perfect (and perfectly seasonal right now.

  • rockandroll

    zucchini and apricot socca tart. Love socca.

  • Papillon

    I’m torn between the “Shaved fennel salad with preserved lemons” and the “Peach, Almond, and Cardamon Clafoutis”! I loved almond deserts and every spring preserve some lemons for the summer…

  • Ora

    Actually, my favorite recipe so far is one of the simplest: I loved the baked apples with prunes and almonds. I’ve made baked apples dozens of times but this was a beautiful presentation and really delicious!

  • Heike

    The peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis sounds not only yummy but fragrant as well. Especially for a peach and almond lover like me… the cardamom makes it sound even more special

  • Kathy Rohde Olson

    I would love to try the Peach Almond Cardamom Clafoutes

  • http://fallandlove.blogspot.com/ fallandlove

    mmm, the green pancakes are wonderful!

  • SMG

    Most definitely strawberry tartlets with Breton shortbread crust! Yummy!

  • CA Deen

    Zucchini and Apricots sounds great.

  • Mike Crauderueff

    Very green salad is my very, very favorite!

  • Imperia Guarino

    Stuffed vegetables with beans and barley! First of all it’s healthy, a refreshing summer dish for Brunch or a lite Main course with an arugula salad! Let’s not forget what a lovely presentation it will make!!

  • Susan Ericson

    All of these recipes have piqued my curiosity, and what better reason to try something new then when you are curious? The peach clafouti with almonds and cardamom is right up my alley!

  • Colleen

    I’m crazy for cardamom. I even dedicate a spice grinder to cardamom, so I’ll be trying the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis! Yum.

  • Deborah

    One thing I’ve really been wanting to try is preserving lemons, and the shaved fennel salad recipe sounds like a delicious way to start. I’ve also never made clafoutis – this is the first time I’ve seen a recipe for peach, my favorite summer fruit, so I plan to try it whether I win the cookbook or not!

  • Felice

    Everything looks so yummy. I think I would like to try the Peach Almond & Cardamon Clafoutis, since peaches are so good at this time of year.

  • Jennifer Abens
  • Meike Hubert

    I’d go for a combination of the “Shocking Pink Pasta” because it looks fantastic, and a side dish version of the “Very Green Salad” since I think these two would be great together. Green & pink – lovely!

  • http://theprettychannel.com/ MelissaW

    I’ve got a bunch of radishes ready to harvest, so I’d love to make the Radish Top Pasta recipe!

  • Kathy Stevens

    All of them look great! Especially the peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis!

  • Samantha

    Although I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing the cookbook in person yet, the photos I’ve seen online look absolutely beautiful. The ingredients of the Very Green Salad are making my mouth water! That’s the one I would make first.

    • Tara Jain

      This cookbook does look really good! What nice photos too.

  • Amanda E.

    I think I would like to try to make the Strawberry Tartlets first.

  • Sam

    I would be most excited to make the very green salad…perfect for a hot summer night. Thanks for the give-away!

  • Judi Paul

    I think I like to try the strawberry tartlet tens. My mother-in-law is from Bretonne and that would make her so happy.

  • Sue

    I want to try the radish top pasta … without the recipe I will just have to keep throwing away my radish tops which is a sin!

  • Olivia

    I would love to try the saved fennel salad

  • Michael David

    Id like to try the radish top pasta, in fact, I think Ill make it now

  • Carol Woodley

    I can’t wait to try the socca pastry base. I love the flavour of chickpeas and this recipe is intriguing.

  • Claudine

    The green pancakes would be perfect for me to try to make for my little children as I’m endlessly trying to hide veggies in their food and they love pancakes.

  • http://thewanderingabode.com Kristen @ The Wandering Abode

    I can’t wait to try the peach, almond, and cardamom clafoutis. I love cooking and baking with whole spices like the cardamom, and the peaches on top of this dish look delicious, too!

  • macbeth7

    Strawberry Tartlets!!! yum!

  • pignkitty

    the zucchini and apricot socca tart will be the one I would like to try. looks like a great summer dish!

  • Sue

    The Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart sounds delish and very different.

  • Sara Wagner

    I would love to try to make the Green Pancake recipe.

  • Lisa Ybema Quinn

    I must say that the green pancakes sound very intriguing !

  • simdelish

    Definitely a sweets person… the peach and almond clafouti sounds yummy

  • Jenn Roan

    I cant wait to try the Green Pancakes, they look sooooo yummie and I love my greens :-)

  • Emily

    Savory pumpkin and cornmeal quick bread sounds wonderful!

  • Nevena Buljan

    I want and will try all the recipes! but the other day I’ve tried green beans and red rice salad, it’s really amazing and kind of a special treat to me! I adore both ingredients! :)

  • Angel Urueña

    I would try the ratatouille tian. The ingridient combination must taste wonderful

  • Hanka

    Socca tart sounds great, but I want to try the shaved fennel salad. Its the preserved lemon – I have wanted to make my own homemade jar for so long!

  • Stine

    I want to try the shaved fennel salad. I love both fennel and lemon, and the combination sounds very good and must be perfect for summer meals. I will start the preserved lemons today so that they will be finished when I’m back from my holiday :)

  • Cristina Popescu

    I love to try Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust

  • Rebecca Dixon

    Would love to try the avocado and radish tartines… Fresh crusty bread and refreshing salad reminds me of a summer spent in Paris after my university days

  • Prachi Bora

    I would love to try the stuffed vegetables. I usually make stuffed tomatoes and bell peppers with potatoes in the typical Indian fashion. Beans and barley stuffing sounds like a good change to try !

  • Sushma P

    I would love to try strawberry tartlets with breton shortbread crust, perfect for my sweet cravings.

  • Clara

    All of them, but at the top of the list is the Strawberry Tartlets, since Massachusetts, USA is at the end of our strawberry season now. No. 2 would be the peach Clafoutis since we finally have lovely fresh peaches grown in the USA in the markets.

  • Boudicca57

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this book! The recipes all look so good, it’s hard to pick one. I’ll choose the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis, because I adore peaches, love clafoutis, and this looks like a great way to enjoy both.

  • Crysti LaTour

    The green pancakes. Would love to try that with my toddler! She loves green food.

  • Michal

    Will probably make this Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust

  • Florence

    I would like to try the Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart

  • Celia

    I’m going to make the green pancakes!

  • https://twitter.com/ESRScreatives Emily

    mmm yum yum yum – my taste-buds are squealing with excitement. Would love to try the green pancakes and Peach, Almond and Cardamon Clafoutis. having a sweet phase at the moment! https://esrscreatives.wordpress.com/

  • Natalie Bélanger

    I absolutely want to try the Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust. It is going to be great with fresh local strawberries.

  • Dessyslava Ionova

    I would love to try the stuffed vegetables! ^^

  • violettes

    I’m excited to try the stuffed vegetables with beans and barley. I enjoy barley, but don’t have very many recipes with it. Yummers!

  • http://wee-eats.com/ natalie @ wee eats

    strawberry tartlets with breton shortbread crust – YUM!

  • http://www.bulleetblog.com Anne-LiessePersehaye

    I’m an apricot and zucchini lover, but I’m more doubtful when it comes to socca. The first – and only – time I had it, down in Nice, after months of craving for the real thing, I was bitterly disappointed. I bought it from the local market but just couldn’t get excited about such a bland “crêpy” thing.
    I’d thus be most curious to try and cook your Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart… and delighted to win your book.
    Cheers, Clotilde !
    PS : While I’m at it, let me wish you a nice summer and a nice vacation if you take one. More later…

  • Jean Chi

    I love fruit desserts, and the peach, almond, and cardamon clafoutis would be a perfect summer recipe.

  • Gena

    I’d love to try the ratatouille Tian. Love eggplant and tomatoes together.

  • Cynthia

    The Very Green Salad looks like love at first sight!

  • Allison

    I have admired your cookbook very much over the past year. I recently tried socca but did not have great success with it- I would love to give it another try with your recipe for a zucchini and apricot tart. That combination sounds very summery and delicious!

  • Marianne

    The green pancakes look delicious! :)

  • Yen Morales

    i’d like to try the Very Green Salad. my family is slowly adapting to change our eating habit to lessen meat. so this one is a must try.

  • jlafount

    I think I would start with the Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust

  • Wendy Hatton

    It’s a toss up between the Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved lemon & the Very Green Salad both have my mouth watering. The green salad wins but only just.

  • Kimberly Camille Tiu

    I’d love to try out those Green Pancakes

  • Laura Thayer

    Oh, the green bean and red rice salad sounds lovely! Thanks for the fun giveaway – and happy anniversary on your publication!

  • Crankycaroline

    Strawberry tartlets! YUM!

  • Jenny Esplana

    I would love to make my own Green Pancakes <3 I really love pancakes <33333

  • Maxine

    Poached Rhubarb and Orange Salad sounds delicious!

  • Rasmus

    That socca tart looks awesome, I’d definitely like to try that.

  • Heather

    I want to try the ratatouille tian and the green pancakes!

  • BlackAsphodel

    The Ratatouille Tian looks so good! <3

    blackasphodel(at)yahoo(dot)com

  • Zoe B

    I’ve always wanted to make Ratatouille.
    And of course my sweet tooth is drawn to the strawberry tartlets.

    Zoe
    zoe.may1@yahoo.co.uk

  • Maddy

    I really want to try the Peach, Almond, Cardamom Clafoutis!

  • Lora

    The clafoutis looks amazing…I can’t resist peaches so I would try that one. Happy 1 year anniversary!

  • Juliana

    I’ve been following your website for a while now and just
    love it. Happy Anniversary! I haven’t cooked from the book but I can immediately
    name my favourites. The Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines – I and the
    avocado have had a “love affair” for the last year or so; the Ratatouille Tian –
    it combines the summer veggies I can hardly live without, coming from a sunnier
    part of the world; the Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust – they look so
    amazingly tempting!

  • Miss. Fae

    I checked the book out from the library and would love my own copy. I didn’t get to try the “Very Green Salad” and oh so many others before I had to return it so would love to win my own copy (erinfae AT gmail)

  • Jennifer Rodriguez

    I’d love to try a tart! Maybe I can even get my boys to eat it, if I call it a pizza.

  • Kelly Yarbrough

    I want to try the Radish Top Pasta

  • NurseSamWill

    I can’t wait to try the green pancakes! I think my 1 year old son would love them too, especially with melted swiss cheese on top (he’ll eat anything with cheese!).

  • http://cozycomfycouch.blogspot.ca/ Maria Medeiros

    Thank you for the opportunity to win your beautiful and amazing cook book!!!!!!!!! :D I would love to try the Avocado and Radish Tartines! or the zucchini and apricot socca tart!

  • Jens Ken Lundstrom

    Happy Bloganniversary!

    The strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust loks like a delicious dessert.

    I also shared the giveaway:

    https://www.facebook.com/jens.lundstrom.33/posts/346518025502221

    Fingers crossed!

    • http://chocolateandzucchini.com/ Clotilde Dusoulier

      Thanks for spreading the word!

  • Lainie Souter

    Luscious peaches baked in a cardamom-scented custard. Yum. I’ve
    just completed 18 months study in Patisserie and this sounds like the perfect
    filling for a modern éclair.

  • dorcontest

    I would love to try the Green Pancakes. I could use the Chard from my garden
    dorcontest at gmail dot com
    doreen

  • Mike CookBook

    Waouw, the ratatouille tian looks so good and tasty… This is the one i’d like to try !

  • Gareth

    Strawberry targets with breton shortbread, I love the food of Brittany (and the rest of France for that matter).

  • Madhuri

    Would love to try the green pancakes – with spinach, radish greens, swiss chard or even kale!

  • Erin

    I would love to try making the zucchini and apricot socca. I have never heard of it and it sounds intriguing.

  • gemma nyan kazehaya

    I want to try ratatouille *_*

  • Ula Wierzbicka

    Ratatouille Tian

  • Jenny P

    I would love to make the Peach Almond and Cardamon Clafoutis.

  • uschi

    I think I would start with the shaved fennel salad (I love preserved lemons – and I’m always looking for a good idea to use them)
    Thanks for sharing
    Kind regards from germany

  • John M

    I will make the Strawberry Tartlets – strawberries are in season now and a great way to finish a meal.

  • Alex Nikolaidou

    Thanks for the giveaway!! Happy bloggiversary!

    As a dessert lover, I can’t wait to try the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis!!!

    Everything looks so yummy!!! :)

    Kisses from Greece!!

  • Eliza Strauss

    i love clafoutis! would love to try your recipe

  • alice f

    I would love to make the strawberry tartlet with Shortbread Crust…sounds delicious to me!

  • Rose

    The peach almond cardamon clafouti sounds wonderful! i will try it soon…

  • Samantha Lee Pemberton

    I am excited to try the zucchinni and apricot socca tart. I love the fact that the tart itself is gluten free!

  • http://www.kikucorner.com/ Meinhilde

    I loved the upside down leek tart, so easy but such a tasty showstopper!

  • Eatlikearabbit

    I have young children. Pancakes are a serious deal at our house. Green Pancakes might make me feel less guilty about them. Can’t wait to try more recipes!

  • http://bewitchingkitchen.com SallyBR

    I’d say the Zucchini Apricot Socca tart would be the first recipe I would make… so many thing appeal t me in that one!

    thanks for organizing this giveaway!

  • HelenF

    My lemon tree is overflowing right now, so I’m excited to try the Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemons – so fresh!

  • Michelle McMillen

    I want to make those stuffed vegetables with beans and barley!

  • Lucine

    I would really love to try the strawberry tartlets with breton shortbread crust. I love strawberries so much, so this would be perfect.

  • 2Gertrudes

    Ratatouille tian! I’ll admit, however, that I don’t see how it could top your oven-roasted ratatouille, which is my go-to summer recipe. This one may look more spectacular, but the oven-roasted is so easy, and so delicious (especially caramelized….mmmm) for dinner and lunch, and maybe best of all, for breakfast, lukewarm with a poached egg on top.

  • JosFant

    Thank you Clotilde for the excerpted recipes. I’ll try first the Green Bean, Red Rice, and Almond Salad.

  • Chris

    mmm the Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart looks really tempting and could be a way to get my 2 men (little and big) to start loving zucchini! and have more vegetarian meals
    d’une pierre 2 coups

  • http://framinkjokkenbenk.blogspot.no/ Fra kjøkkenbenken

    The Green Bean, Red Rice and Almond Butter salad sounds just the thing to pack for my lunch at work now that the canteen is closed for the summer.

  • Jen

    The radish top pasta sounds absolutely fabulous!

  • The Belgian Beet

    I’m looking forward to making the Very Green Salad, the garden is very abundant :-)

  • me

    I would like to make the green pancakes. And the Socca tart!

  • Juan Yu

    I would love to try out the recipe for Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust and Ratatouille Tian, from the French Market Cookbook. Both sound wonderful and yummy~

  • Michaela Amroch

    No doubt I’d try the ratatouille! But then… difficult choice!!

  • Jane Bernardini

    I am anxious to make the Peach, almond, and Cardamon clafoutis

  • Trish

    The zucchini and apricot tart would be a wonderful way to use those zucchini that overflow my garden each summer!

  • Grace

    Ratatouille Tian!!!!

  • Sally

    Wow. They all look amazing. I have lots of radishes needing to be picked from my garden so I’ll be making the Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines. I’m in love with your blog ever since I tried your chocolate zucchini cake

  • Catherine Sear

    Made the peach almond and cardamom clafoutis this past weekend! YUM!

  • Ivana

    I would love to make Zucchini and Apricot Socca tart. Sounds so summery and delicious.

  • Erin M. Hartshorn

    Normally, I’d be all over the strawberry tartlets, but I haven’t been impressed with the strawberries this season. The green pancakes look wonderful, however.

  • Becky

    I am intrigued by the Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemon – sounds great for a hot summer day!

  • Marco Passarello

    Very hard to choose, but I go for the Green Bean and Red Rice Salad.

  • Holly

    The Ratatouille Tian looks great!

  • FanMilk

    Looking forward to trying out the green beans and red rice salad – great way to prepare an old favorite in a new way!

  • dreamécrit

    I can’t wait to try the Very Green Salad!

  • Robert Ellis

    Never had ratatouille tian… would love to try it though!!!

  • Christine Coughlan

    I just picked up some garden-fresh radishes and a couple of organic avocados…perfect for your mini-tartine recipe. What a great combination! Thanks for such fresh ideas.

  • Somia

    The green pancakes!

  • Jessica

    I just discovered your cookbook and am so excited to make the Mushroom and Chive Quiche, the Shocking Pink Pasta, and the Green Bean, Red Rice and Almond Salad!

  • Kate

    It’s been a long time coming, but summer is finally here in full swing and the garden is packed! I’d love to try the ratatouille tian as a way to put some of those lovely vegetables to new use- Thanks

  • Darien

    The Poor Man’s Bouillabaisse was the perfect use for some surplus turnips in my CSA share :-) I am quite looking forward to *attempting* the Corsican turnovers…wish me luck!

  • Emma Nowinski

    I’m incredibly curious about the Chickpea Galette!

  • Libby

    I have been trying to figure out what to do with some beets, and so the shockingly pink pasta is the perfect solution! I can’t wait to try it soon.

  • Erin W.

    The Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust looks delicious! Perfect to bring to book club!!!

  • Aaron

    I’d love to give those green pancakes a try!

  • Ruth

    I’ll be trying to replicate the stunning looking Stuffed Vegetables with Beans & barley, almost too pretty to eat!

  • Jean

    The green pancakes sound very intriguing and delicious. I can’t wait to make them and will try them this week.
    Jean

  • Jim

    I’ll try the Green Bean and ed Rice Salad.

  • Michelle

    I’d love to try the fennel salad, it looks so fresh and light for summer.

  • janscholl

    I have two whole rows of baby beets just itching to be made into soup in a few weeks. Can’t wait!

  • Heidi

    Shocking pink pasta!

  • Jonene

    Clotilde,your food is to die for – well actually it is to live for! I came across your site whilst looking for a healthy baked recipe for falaffels – yummy. Now we make your healthy breakfast cookies as well, which have become a firm favourite. We are in the heart of winter right now downunder in NZ and it doesn’t get much better than rising to the smell of your cookies baking in the oven and the fire roaring. I would loovee to try your Green Pancakes next, because let’s face it – you can never eat too many greens. And what better way to enjoy winter than working through your recipe book. It is a real buzz to come across healthy and delicious recipes that actually work. So – thanks! What comes from the heart, touches the heart :)

    • http://chocolateandzucchini.com/ Clotilde Dusoulier

      Thank you Jonene, that means a lot to me!

  • Everly

    I will be trying the Ratatouille Tian.
    In addition to eating it on it’s own, I want to add it to other dishes like salad, beef, and chicken.

  • BioWoman

    I’m mad about avocado, and adding the raw taste of radish to it must be awesome. I’d definitely go for those mini tartines !

  • Kristen Aigro

    Definitely the zucchini and apricot tart for the zucchini overload that is about hit as it does every summer!

  • Marina

    Shaved fennel salad! I always wanted to make preserved lemons!

  • http://ronddejardin.tcjnet.com/ Laure

    My favorite is the peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis ! sooo summery !

  • Jus

    We are trying very hard to make sure the kids eat and love their veggies – the green pancake recipe looks just the ticket to encourage them to eat their greens!

  • Cherie

    Would love to have your cookbook so I can try the green pancakes! We grow Swiss chard (and other greens on our farm) so am always looking for new and interesting ways to use it!

  • Cindy

    I have been looking for a way to use the leaves of the radishes I’m growing in my back yard. They look good, but I wasn’t sure as to how to cook them. I’m definitely going to use them in the radish top pasta. (I’m going to also make the socca recipe, and it looks like I’ll be trying many other recipes from this cookbook, as well. This looks like a fantastic cookbook!)

  • Abbey von Gohren

    I’m a sucker for anything with fennel – the idea of preserved lemons with it is almost too good to be true. Brilliant! Can’t wait to try it!

  • http://www.copperhollow.blogspot.com/ Jessica Miller

    I would love to try the ratatouille tian!

  • Brigita Orel

    I would love to try the peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis.

  • Robbie Lewis

    Shaved Fennel Salad With Preserved Lemon. I want to try making my own preserved lemons this year!

  • http://invitedtodinner.blogspot.com/ TJ

    Green Pancakes :)

  • NaneaT

    Salut Clotilde! My favorite recipe in this book year round is the Dark Mousse au Chocolat, three ways. Before I came across it, I had used a recipe by Lenôtre that I had adapted.

    … and because I like red beets so much when in season, of course the Shocking Pink Pasta.

  • Erin

    Green pancakes!

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    Zucchini and Apricot Socca

  • http://toallnurses.blogspot.com/ Anna

    My favorite by far is the Swiss Chard pie with prune and shallot filling!!!

  • Michaela

    Oh my word it all looks amazing! I had a to-die-for clafoutis in Paris so I think I’d like to try your Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis recipe!

  • Katie

    I have been drooling over the Avocado and Radish Tartines ever since downloading a sample of the cookbook on iBooks. Would love to try it!

  • http://batman-news.com Orchid gal

    I was in Paris in ’85, I was introduced to Campari and soda in a tall square glass and had delicious duck at La Tour d’Argent (sp?) – Texans sitting at table in that beautiful restaurant! What a sight it was. I must try the shaved fennel with preserved lemons and I really do like the look of the black radish potato salad in the photo above!

  • Kim

    They all look so delicious. It is very difficult to decide. I am slowly returning back to vegetarianism and this cookbook would make a great addition with my other French and vegetarian cookbooks. My fiance is French and very much likes his meat, but I am sure he would not mind me cooking some of these recipes that we both can enjoy. With him in mind, I would like to try Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines, Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart, Stuffed Vegetables with Beans and Barley and Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis. That is the best I can do to narrow down my choices.

  • Jaime Creaser

    I just came across your blog after searching for a French cookbook. I am looking forward to reading and trying your cookbook, on that note so far the recipe that peaks my interest the most is the Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust.

  • Rachel Lucke

    Oh the clafoutis! I’ve never made one, and I think yours would be a wonderful introduction. :)

  • Calli

    Hmmm, I think I’d like to try the Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart

  • Cindy

    You had me at the first recipe: avocado and radish mini tartines! I’ve just travelled from a northern hemisphere summer to a southern winter and I miss those crisp, fresh veges and the weather to enjoy them in.

  • Dina

    As in I have to choose?! :) I am torn between the Strawberry Tartlets, only cause they’re always irresistible and the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis, because I am very interested in pairing Peaches with Cardamom to see what the result will be like. Ahm… I am going to say the Peach Clafoutis. I am very interested in pairing things that are amazing together but are rarely obvious! :) THANK YOU

  • Ting

    I would love to try the strawberry tartlets recipe once summer returns (I’m in Australia). Still working to master making pastry from scratch.

  • Alyson

    I really want to try the avocado and radish mini tartines…anything with avocado is a must for me!

  • Jaclyn K

    With summer coming up, I’m going to be getting a ton of zucchini and summer squash and eggplant from my local farm. I’d love to try to the Ratatouille Tian!

  • Karen

    Bonjour Clotilde ! I just love your blog. I’ve been following since 2007, but I’ve never dared comment (until now), and I truly want to thank you. I had always found “French” cooking, and even the wonderful French markets, intimidating. However, they have become much less so for this American living in Rennes, in part thanks to you. I’ve cooked from your first cookbook, Chocolate & Zucchini, so much that the food-spattered pages are detaching from the binding.The French Market Cookbook seems to share the same destiny ! I must say that your recipe for Avocado and Radish Mini-Tartines is one of my favorites, along with the Swiss Chard Pie with Prunes and Pine Nuts and the Yogurt Tart Dough with Buckwheat Flour (such delightful nuttiness !) I made both recipes twice this spring, and my Breton husband (who has an aversion to anything green) really loved them ! Thank you for sharing your creative recipes, nourishing stories and generous spirit which have inspired me to cook and change the way I look at food. All best to you !

    • http://chocolateandzucchini.com/ Clotilde Dusoulier

      Thank you Karen, I am very touched!

  • lissy Peony

    the very green salad sounds like a great summer BBQ dish! Would love to try.

  • Jo-Ann Georges

    Just found your blog! Paris and vegetarian! Just the combination for me. I would love to try the Shocking Pink Pasta! Looks pretty and I can imagine how good it would taste but I am hoping I will win a book so that I can find out.

  • Susan

    The Peach, Almond and Cardamon Clafoutis recipe sounds delightful.

  • Matthew MacDonald

    I cooked from this fabulous cookbook briefly, when I had it out from the local library. Several recipes are calling to me, but I think I want to make the Mushroom and Chive Quiche next time I get my hands on the book!

  • Lavanya

    Hi Clotilde- Ive lurked for years I’ve bought all your books- including this one- but I want to win this book for my mum who loved this book on my bookshelf- she is vegetarian like me and since i’ve tried all the recipes- I’ll pick the one my mum makes over and over again from this book which is the Shaved fennel salad with preserved lemon! Many thanks- hope I win but best of luck to all who enter Lav xx

  • Deborah

    Bonjour! Ca Va! I will try the Peach, Almond & Cardamom Clafoutis this weekend. Sounds fabulous. I eat almonds all day long, and love peaches too! So happy I found out about your website and your books, which I just ordered from my local bookstore, Barnes & Noble. There was an article written about one of your recipes, Green Bean, Rice an Almond Salad in the newspaper! I will make this tonight as it’s fast & easy. Thank you! Merci, Merci, Merci! I will look for you on twitter and pinterest too. I would LOVE TO WIN your book!

  • Jess

    I would love to try the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis!!

  • Alex Thornton

    The green pancakes sound so fun! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  • Mandy Ward

    I am a big fan of green beans so its the green bean and red rice salad for me :-)

  • Louise Lyle

    Shaved fennel salad with preserved lemons!!! I only discovered preserved lemons when I came to live in France. Can’t live without ‘em now.

  • Soizic

    That zucchini and apricot socca tart sounds like a great and unexpected combination, I will try it very soon :) thank you for your great website !

  • Izabella Foki

    I would love to try the Avocado and radish mini tartines!

  • ritika

    I would love to try the Peach Almond Cardamom Clafoutis.

  • Cat

    Definitely the zucchini socca tart, so many of my favorite things in one simple recipe!

  • http://www.kristiling.com Kristi Ling

    Love the idea of the Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart – Zucchinis are growing in my garden right now! :)

  • angie

    Oh, the stuffed vegetables with beans and barley. I’m a sucker for stuffing food into other food, and I’m always eager to confirm that the final product is indeed greater than the sum of its parts.

  • jeananne

    Oh, my goodness! I am so excited to have just today found out about your book & can’t wait to dig into the recipes. The green bean and red rice salad sounds amazing!

  • Lisa Barnes McClintock

    I’d like to try the ratatouille tian. Ratatouille represents the best of summer to me.

  • giorg

    Ratatouille Tian I got to try Ratatouille since a long time!

  • Delphine

    Je testerais bien pour rester dans mon domaine pâtissier les “Strawberry Tartlets with Breton Shortbread Crust”

  • Amy Marie Heape

    Would live this! We just moved to France 4 weeks ago and have been looking for great ways to use all the yummy fresh produce!!! The avo radish looks yummy

  • tracy

    Mmmm.Zucchinni Apricot Soca Tart, two of my favorite seat ingredients. Will be testing this out no matter what. Each year for administrative assistants day at the school, I coordinate a luneon and I cook everything myself, for a staff of 90.. and it is always a French theme… I need a new vegetarian dish and this sounds delightful. :)

  • edouthit

    The strawberry tartlets for me! In fact, I have strawberries just waiting to be tartlets right now!

  • http://www.delscookingtwist.com Del’s cooking twist

    They all look delicious! I’m craving for the green pancakes, my favorites!

  • Jessica

    The Tomato and Tarragon bread soup sounds like a great way to use some of the summer’s abundant tomatoes! (I also want to try out the preserved lemons, as that’s been something I’ve been meaning to try for a while now!)

    Keep up the great work, Clotilde! Your blog and your books are wonderful. :)

  • Amy Chu

    Definitely the clafoutis!

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis

  • Louisabellissima

    I think the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis sounds to die for.

  • Anita Bala

    Green pancakes!! They look they would melt in my mouth!

  • Anne

    I’m torn between three but the peach, almond, and cardamom clafoutis tops the list. It sounds delicious and child friendly!

  • Tara

    I would love to try the Zucchini and Apricot Socca tart. I’m an Aussie, but I first tried socca in my friend’s tiny kitchen in her apartment in Paris and I have never tried to make it myself. And zucchini and apricots sound like a very brave combination!

  • anne

    Wow , anyone can enter , well done. I would love your new book , my eldest son is a chef and I would give it too him, :-) well that is If I win and see it, I might want to keep it for me :-) Thanks for sharing with us.

  • Jennie H

    Would love to try the strawberry tartlets!

  • Laura Valle

    When I lived in Paris, I stumbled upon a signed copy of your first book in Shakespeare and Company. I’ve made almost every recipe from the book and absolutely love it. It is the impetus that propelled my love of healthy French cooking. I just made your Tarte aux Fraises from it yesterday for my grandmother’s 80th birthday party. It was a hit. If I received your new cookbook, I would try all the recipes for sure, but I would first like to make your new recipe for strawberry tartlets with shortbread crust to see how it compares to my first love.

    • Laura Valle

      Your tarte I made yesterday. Not sure why it is attaching sideways.

  • Connie

    I’m intrigued by the radish top pasta. Years ago a French chef used radish tops in a dish he was making and I never followed up to try it myself.

  • edgargonzalezcom

    zucchini and cacano nibbles absortion pasta

  • Adriana – GreatFood360°

    The Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart sounds so delicious and different!

  • Amy C

    The Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis sounds amazing! I’d love to try that out as cardamom is my new fav. It’s fantastic in shortbread cookies and Finnish pulla bread! #yum

  • http://eagleandelephant.blogspot.com/ WilliamP

    Leeks Vinaigrette

  • amandajkelly1

    My eight-year-old daughter and I just enjoyed some crepes using your classic recipe (with a few tablespoons of rum, why not?) – and we can’t wait to try the strawberry tarlets!

  • Christine Dutton

    I am very excited about a chance to win French Market. Fabulous!

  • Maria Martinsen

    I would love to try the ratatouille tian :-)

  • Kathy Kelly Fjerstad

    Everything looks great but I have to try the Shocking Pink Pasta. Will also be trying the Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines asap!

  • Sheryl H

    I would love to try the Ratatouille tian amongst others!

  • Magdalena Dyczynska Golacka

    Looking forward to making Radish Top Pasta. Sounds and looks great!

  • Anneli K

    Salade toute verte – MIAMMMMMM!

  • Karen Tocque

    I want to try one fabulous recipe for each of the seasons of the year ….but the Poor Man’s Bouillabaisse sounds like a dish I could serve up all year round :-)

  • Roland Prevost

    I would love to try the peach, almond and cardamom clafoutis!

  • Aubrey Chaney

    I want to try the strawberry tartlets with Breton shortbread crust. We have lovely strawberries this time of year!

  • Paula Tee

    I’d love to try the strawberry tartlets. Strawberries, custard and shortbread – what’s not to love!

  • Anamaria Blenche

    Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines sounds lovely..can’t wait to try it!

  • Sophie Lewing

    I would love to try the Peach, Almond and Cardamom clafoutis!! It’s peach season and it’s my favorite summer fruit!!

  • Elise

    Well, hard to make a choice as long as all your recipes look like so yummi! … but with that rainy weather, the peach, almond & cardamome will be perfect to have a bit of sun for dessert! crossed fingers, hope I’ll receive your amazing book!

  • julianaxl

    would LOVE to try Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis!

  • https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sinfully-Seductive-Sweets/105794876132915 Heather Zdroik

    I would be excited to try the Strawberry Tartlet with shortbread crust … congratulations on the anniversary of your book. I’ve been making your Yogurt Cake for years since I first discovered your site – thanks for that too!! ;)

  • Marissa Gray-Lewis

    The carrot and almond soup sounds heavenly! It wants to be mine. I was lucky enough to be in Paris this very day last year, tooling about like a hapless and enchanted American. Cheers to the passage of time.

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    Shaved Fennel Salad with Preserved Lemon

  • Bob Simon

    Read the strawberry tartlets with Breton shortbread crust recipe and drove thirty miles to the Marin farmer’s market for a flat of the best strawberries I could find. Am making everything right now, and invited friends over tonight to help me not eat it all myself. Already made the avocado and radish mini
    tartines last week. They were an enormous success at a potluck dinner as my tray going home contained no evidence of any ingredient.

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    Ratatouille Tian

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    Stuffed Vegetables with Beans and Barley (traditional Latvian barley)

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    I have made your clafoutis with chestnut flour, it’s time for Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    I also would love to make Very Green Salad

  • Nikolina

    So here I am leaving my written word to the annals of the internet for the first time ;) Ever since a Rough Puff gave me a nudge to make that first dough I became a faithful follower! I would love to try everything from the list BUT pancakes are ringing bells for me; just because I mix every veg & fruit I can with flour and water for frying, the overnight fridge store and folding egg whites into the mixture promises a whole new level of ever so simple pancakes for me!! Thank you :))

  • http://vinotava1.blogspot.com Vinotava

    And lastly Green Pancakes

  • Gabriela Farias

    I would love to try the Peach, Almond and Cardamom Clafoutis……!

  • Christi

    Looking forward to the new cookbook. Thank you

  • Elaine Kohan

    Peach,almond clafouti

  • Christina

    The Shocking PInk Pasta looks delicious. My hubby and I eat beets a lot and it will be fun, and delicious, to try a variation on beets in salad or with stir-fry. Love the pics! Making me hungry. :)

  • Anastasia Widiarsih

    I am intrigued by Zucchini and Apricot Socca Tart.

  • Jasmine Patterson

    I would love to try the ~ Avocado and Radish Mini Tartines!

    commonsenseandstilettos@yahoo.com

  • Cristina Simon

    Shaved Fennel Salad w/ Preserved Lemons! Oui Oui! S’il vous plait!

  • Donna

    Very Green Salad – just thinking about it makes you healthier!

  • http://chocolateandzucchini.com/ Clotilde Dusoulier

    The giveaway is now closed, and comments posted later than this one won’t be entered to win. Thank you so much for participating, the winners will soon be announced in the post above!

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