10th Anniversary Giveaway #5: A Bundle of My Three Books

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of C&Z, I am hosting 10 giveaways throughout the month of October. Keep checking back for chances to win cool prizes that have left a mark on me over the past decade!

Our fifth giveaway prize is a bundle of my three books:
- my latest book, The French Market Cookbook, celebrates the love story between French cuisine and vegetables,
- my first cookbook, Chocolate & Zucchini, illustrates the way Parisians cook today,
- my book on Paris restaurants and food shops, Clotilde’s Edible Adventures in Paris, provides invaluable tips on how to navigate the Paris food scene and make the most of your stay.

My publisher Clarkson Potter is offering to send you one copy of each of those three books. I myself will mail you signed bookplates in the name(s) of your choosing, so you can place them inside the books to personalize them. (Remember you can order signed bookplates at any time.)

To participate, leave a comment below (in English or in French) telling me about your favorite recipe from C&Z, whether it’s from the site or one of my books. And if you’re on Facebook, please consider liking the Crown Publishing page (and the C&Z page, too!).

You have until Monday, October 21, midnight Paris time to enter; I will then draw one entry randomly and announce it here. My publisher has generously agreed to ship internationally, so you’re welcome to play regardless of your location; please make sure you enter your email address correctly so I can contact you if you win.

Good luck! And check back on Thursday for a new giveaway.

WE GOT A WINNER!

I have drawn an entry at random using random.org (see screen capture below), and I am pleased to announce the winner is Rachel D.J., who nominated my Lentil Kohlrabi Salad as her favorite.

Congratulations Rachel, and thank you all for entering! It’s been gratifying and fascinating to hear about all of your favorites.

Giveaway winner

  • http://www.mymixingbowl.com Stacy

    I love your recipe for zucchini noodle salad. Raw zucchini is one of my favorite vegetables, but I had never thought to substitute it for pasta until I saw your post. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Dreena

    My favourite recipe is Panzanella.
    Merci!

  • eve

    The gougeres in Chocolate & Zucchini. I’ve made those countless times. They’re perfect for informal gatherings.

  • Susan

    Super Simple Nutella Ice Cream is my favorite C&Z recipe.

  • http://comeconmigoelblogdepalmira.over-blog.es/ Palmira

    Wahouuu!! Quel beau prix!!! alors ma recette préférée… pas vraiment simple car il y en a vraiment beaucoup d’inspirantes et de délicieuses… mais mon coup de coeur absolu c’est le poulet en croûte de pain, un vrai péché de gourmandise :o)
    Bonne semaine!
    Palmira

  • cheryl

    Clotilde,
    Your birthday chicken with prunes & olives is my fav. I started reading your blog 7yrs ago, it inspired me to fulfill my dream of going to Paris. I have since been 3 times, just was there in September, stayed in Montmarte. I kept hoping to run into you on the streets! Thank you for the inspiration! I hope I get the books!

  • Lucie

    Oh, it’s tough one… All your recipes are beautiful and most of them (not containing meat) tempting for me! :)
    But if I have to choose only one, it would be definitely your egg custard. I don’t like using cornstarch when I bake or cook so this recipe was a lifesaver for me when I baked my first crumble last year. And it was delicious! :)

  • Katherine

    My favorite recipe is your Multiseed Buckwheat Cookies. I like to make a roll of the dough, freeze it, and slice off a few discs when I have a cookie craving.

  • annaelle

    Ma recette préférée, celle que j’ai faite chaque semaine pendant 4 ans, est le natural starter bread…
    Mon fils Maxime, né ce mois d’août, a eu raison de mon levain… finis les pains maison (pour l’instant!).

  • http://www.boogaj.com/going_glutenfree/ Julie

    Blueberry (or Raspberry) Yogurt Cake!

  • dana

    mmmm your Wholesome Banana Chocolate Breakfast Bars!

  • http://www.lilianlau.com Lil

    The very first time I came across C&Z was when I was looking for the recipe for chouquettes, and to this day, I still come back each time I bake them :)

  • LB

    It’s hard to pick a favorite, but I really love the flour-less poppy cake recipe from the site. I have a few friends who are gluten intolerant, and it’s a great baked option for when I have them over for brunch.

  • solange

    not a recipe, but a life changer: DIY deodorant!

  • Alicia

    We grow Swiss chard in our garden so I have made your ‘Swiss Chard and Parsnip soup’ lots of times! Super healthy!

  • esther wieringa

    I like My grandmother’s apple cake (Gateau de Mamy) from the Chocolate & Zucchini book. It’s easy (as a matter of fact I have baked it with my children) and very tasty in a very basic way.

  • Rosie Kennedy

    Sauce magique!!! Changed my life.

  • Matt

    Love the Orange and Rosemary Pork Tenderloin!

  • Karen

    Favourite recipe? Well, easy nearly always wins for me (at least during the week). And I love pasta. And courgettes. So – that Zucchini Pasta with Almonds and Lemon….. :) Fresh, satisfying and lovely.

  • Carole

    What a great giveaway!!
    My favorite recipe so far is probably your shakshuka…yum, delicious!

  • Kimberly M

    I love your Easy Olive Oil Tart Crust recipe! Simple and very useful!

  • Kayla

    My favorite recipes is the carrot and rosemary mini scones– such a unique combination!

  • Laura

    My favorite C&Z posts are when you do amazing things with basic ingredients, which you do quite often-I have returned several times that the 5 ingredient recipe roundup post with everyone’s suggestions.

  • Franko

    hard to choose, but i have to say that there are two recipes of yours that immediately spring to mind that have in the past ten (!!) years become house staples: (1), your Elbow Macaroni with Comté Cheese and Baby Spinach, and (2) from your first book, the Curried Turkey Sandwich (but with tofu instead of turkey).

  • greg

    homemade deodorant

  • Irene

    I made the green bean, red rice and almond salad from the French Market cookbook. It was a hit at the office potluck.

  • Natalie

    I am a new follower. It the first recipe I am going to make is the banana chocolate breakfast bars! They look delicious.

  • http://bluejulesews,blogspot.com Brigita

    I’m a fan of creme brulee, so your chocolate hibiscus is my favourite.

  • http://fridica.wordpress.com Ivana

    I’ve only made one of your recipes so far – the Tomato Mustard Tart – but it was enough to decide that I want all of your books, NOW. So I’ve been secretly hoping you’d have a giveaway like this one… And if I don’t win, I’m heading straight to the bookshop!

  • http://betterwithlemon.com Marios @ Better with Lemon

    Oh boy, so many recipes. But I would have to say your recipe for pain d’epices in your first book is at the top of my list. I’ve made it so many times I’ve lost count.

  • emi love

    I don’t think I have 1 favorite recipe but love seeing all the different ideas of combinations that are possible to get my imagination going. For example, lentils and chestnut in a soup. who knew?

  • Leeann

    Bonjour! My favorite is the Super Simple Nutella Ice Cream – it completely satisfies my sweet-tooth! :)

  • Julie

    Dur dur de décider! Je vais y aller pour le Japanese Inspired Quinoa, bien simple mais auquel je retourne assurément comme accompagnement.

  • Sylvia

    Yogurt cake (f/blueberries or apple/maple sugar) is a fave in my family. Your version of pan bagnat is the other fave equalizer. Thanks for creating these fun drawings in celebrating 10yrs of C&Z!

  • Mike

    My wife loves your yogurt cake recipe. I have a weakness for sourdough myself, so one of my favorite posts (non-recipe) was on how to convert yeast recipes to sourdough.

  • Brielle Seitelman

    There are so many crave-worthy recipes on your site, but the roasted brussel sprouts with onions and squash seeds has become a go-to for me!

  • Monika Jankowiak

    I can’t pick a favorite! But I do love the beetroot hummus. :)

  • Amy H

    There are so many but the salt-dough chicken is a serious favorite.

  • Megan

    I love the smoked herring and potato salad – it’s very simple to make but has so much flavor, and is just as good later as leftovers.

  • http://www.twitter.com/mareemartinez Maree

    I like so many of your recipes, but the winner is probably gateau chocolat framboise. I’ve made it so many times that my cookbook automatically opens to that recipe now.

  • Clara

    My husband and I love your recipe for a “Warm Salad of Pumpkin and White Beans”. The Ras Al Hanout seasoning on the pumpkin really makes the dish.

  • http://www.toofond.wordpress.com Beth

    I love your tarte tatin à la tomate recipe from the C&Z cookbook. It makes my mouth water just thinking about it–delicious! Thanks for the giveaway.

  • lisa

    Love the nutella ice cream!!

  • Ary

    J’adore ton Gratin de Chou-Fleur, même si parfois j’utilise d’autres fromages que le Comté!

  • Kathy

    I’ve enjoyed making your gazpacho recipe several times this summer when the tomatoes were beautiful.

  • Michele H.

    …the cold spinach, yogurt, and shrimp soup from your first book…it’s just divine!

  • CC

    I love your Japanese inspired quinoa recipe and have made that and your yoghurt cake often.

  • Ambri Pukhraj

    My favorite recipe from your site is the first one I made–oatmeal “clafoutis”. I was just learning to cook basic things, and it was so delicious and so rewarding!

  • Angela Ng

    oohhhh.. this is such a generous giveaway.. and i must say, i’m a little embarrassed to say that I’ve not come across the books in my local bookshop yet.. so this is a good chance to win it and see what recipes are there.. :D

    I’ve however read good review over the Amazon so I’m sure this book is amazing.

    so i thank you for a chance to win.. Hope I’m able to whip up something tasty with the recipes. :D

  • Laura Papero

    As a working mom with twin 4 year-olds at home, I dream of time to cook and play again in the kitchen. My favorite (and only) cooking class? One that my mom and I took at La Maison Arabe in Marrakesh – my mouth still waters… My dream class? Good food, good wine, good cheer of any kind. What a fun contest!

  • Karine Irene

    I love the spirit of your “kitchen craftiness” which is highlighted in my favorite recipe; Radish Leaf Pesto. Thank you for giving new life to a humble ingredient.

  • Ceren

    There is definitely more than one favorite, but Pomme Rôtie aux Fruits Secs, Quenelle de Glace au Calisson is one of the best! Very simple, very delicious, and very French! Love it.

  • http://rexroof.com Rex Roof

    I have the french market cookbook from my local library and I really need my own copy!

    I think there was a rice, green bean, and almond salad in there that was really fantastic.

  • Shanna

    I’ve always loved your Velvety Lentil Chestnut Soup! Perfect for the upcoming chilly months.

  • Shelley Cormier

    Your Raspberry Rhubarb Grunt is my go-to recipe late in the summer because we have an abundance of both in our backyard. Thanks you for the wonderful recipes.

  • Allison

    I made your fresh ginger cake earlier this year, and loved it; in fact, I think it’s time to make it again!

  • deanna marie

    the most recent recipe that i love is your Winter Vegetable Curry, fabulous!

  • Richelle

    Love many posts and recipes, but the most recent one, about purslane.. since then have looked better at the weeds in my veggie plot and found purslane amongst them!! Prepared it several ways and all tasty!!

  • Ariane

    Je suis obligée de répondre le gâteau au yaourt que j’ai fait pour le 1er anniversaire de ma fille (sans le rhum…).

  • Annemette

    How can obe choose between all your your amazing recipes? So many have become’go to’ recipes for us-but at the moment the one I use the most is roasted hazelnuts. I know it isn’t a ‘real’ recipe (but who decides that anyway!) But I had no idea what a little roasting could do to the somewhat dull hazelnuts I had in my pantry.

  • Nate Zuckerman

    I love your speculoos cookie recipe. My wife is a great fan of the stuff sold as ‘cookie butter’ here in the states. It always works as a quick, yummy dessert and a treat to end a long day teaching her students. After making your cookie recipe, I ground it up and processed it with a bit of oil to make her some homemade cookie butter, and it was gone before you can remember how to spell ‘speculoos’!

  • Lily

    Your mackerel with fennel and mustard combines a simple array of ingredients in a way I would not have thought of, and gave a rocket boost to my tentative forays into the world of cooking whole fish! Since then, I have not looked back — and I pity the American masses who still insist on anonymous fillets to get their seafood fix!

  • Felix

    my favourite recipe from this blog is the one for hmemade ricotta.

  • http://daysontheclaise.blogspot.com Susan Walter

    The two I go back to again and again are simple but delicious — Croissants aux amandes and Betteraves et Carottes Rapées. Yum.

  • ElizabethCS

    Oh man, it’s a toss up between sables au citron and the chocolate caramel tart. Ah, I just remembered the wonderful gateau au yaourt! Too many to choose from! ;)

  • Anna

    The “Melt in your mouth chocolate cake” is my favorite. It was the recipe that introduced me to C&Z!

  • Anna

    As I love baking quiches, my favourite recipe is the savoury short crust pastry – it is quick, simple and never fails!

  • http://micheleslittlekitchen.blogspot.com Michele

    I first discovered C&Z when I was searching for something to do with several eggplants I’d been given. Not a big fan of eggplant at the time, I made your Roasted Eggplant and Yogurt Dip. I was converted! Coincidentally, I made this verysame dip last week for the umpteenth time.

  • Lavanya Mellachervu

    Hard to choose a personal favourite when nearly all your recipes are spot on!

    The one I have picked ( albeit reluctantly because there’s more than one i love- in fact I probably love all your vegetarian recipes) is the Fig and Mozzarella Sandwich. Whenever I make this recipe whether its friends or family- It’s been praised and people never eat this without asking for the recipe or leftovers – MOSTLY BOTH! Thanks Lavanya

  • http://wordsandpeace.com Emma @ Words And Peace

    Rosemary Braised Pork!
    thanks for the yummy giveaways.
    Emma @ Words And Peace
    and France Book Tours
    ehc16e at yahoo dot com

  • Breeze Please

    Yogurt cake… with a bit less BP!

  • rachael

    I make your blueberry oat bran muffins almost every week. Healthy and so tasty!

  • Virginie Everarts de Velp

    Bonjour Clotilde,
    difficile de choisir car il y a tellement de bonnes recettes, mais je crois que ma preferee c’est “le fondant au chocolat de tante Amelie”. Chaque fois que je le fait, je recois énormément de compliments!

  • Neeltje

    Gateau au yaourt! Its a recipe I keep returning to- love the simplicity.

  • Goran

    Most used recipe would be My Grandmother’s Pear Cake, done at least once in month.

  • Amicalle

    My current favorite is Hazelnut Gremolata

  • Daphne

    there are so many…. Zucchini Pasta with Almonds and Lemon Zest is one of them.

  • http://fannybens.blogspot.com fannyb

    Je ne sais pas si c’est ma préférée, mais je fais souvent la soupe brocolis/mimolette… http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2004/02/broccoli_mimolette_soup.php Ca sent l’automne (voire, l’hiver), non?

  • Judy

    I love your sourdough bread recipes – I use them all the time, mainly the baguettes and multi seed bread. I hope sometime you will write a book devoted to bread, but in the meantime I would love copies of your first three books.

  • Erin

    I enjoyed the lemon cornmeal cookies from your new book. It’s one of my favorite combinations!

  • Dax22

    My favorite is Roasted Patty Pan Squash and Herbed Chickpeas. Another is the Sardine Harissa Ciabatta Sandwich.

  • Sandee Salloum

    Your saskatoon berry tart is very good.

  • Gathe

    C’est drôle de voir comme chacun retrouve une recette différente! Moi, je dirais la salade de potimarron et haricots blancs, qu’on a ressortie la semaine dernière aux premiers froids de l’automne!
    Pourtant pas très fan de haricots secs, j’adore cette salade!!

  • Danielle E.

    I’m partial to gazpacho http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2012/09/gazpacho.php.

    Congrats on all the books!

  • Charley Suggs

    Chocolate and Cacao Nib Cookies

    Made them and they were gone!

  • Simon

    The Cider-Stewed Pork Loin Blade Roast !

  • Val

    Oeuf Cocotte!!

  • http://www.quiltingrainbows.com Carmit

    Definitely the Vanilla Pecan Squares! Haven’t made them for a while but definitely will soon.

  • Marina

    I love your flourless poppyseed cake recipe! But most-used is the homemade deodorant, definitely. I had a similar one, but yours is so much better!
    thank you so much!
    marina

  • Sarah B

    Based on frequency, I’d have to say chocolate Lara bars. Nomnom.

  • http://albahacaycanela.blogspot.com Liliana

    I love your yogurt cake, it’s always a success!

  • Mary

    I know it’s simple, but my go-to crepe recipe has always been from this site.

  • Karen

    My favorite is Chocolate and Zucchini cake, of course! I love to mix vegetables into my desserts for color, flavor and fun.

  • Marilyn

    I have made several recipes from the C&Z cookbook, but the most memorable for me are the chocolate and zucchini cake; the ricotta, apricot and pistachio cake; and the tomato and chorizo loaf. What can I say? I love baking cakes.

  • http://www.T20R11.com James

    I took the French Market Cookbook with me to California to fill in the down time around a wedding that we were attending. Generally I think that vegans should be on the terrorist watch list but this is a vegetable cookbook from an omnivore. I thoroughly enjoyed the book, found it very well written with ingredients that most will find in the pantry.

    As for my favorite recipe, I am torn between the Corsican Turnovers with Winter Squash and the Asparagus Buckwheat Tart; given that asparagus is but a fond memory I think the Corsican Turnovers will have to come first.

    Well done, thank you.

  • Sara

    My favourite recipe is the blueberry yogurt cake from your blog. It is very special to me because I make it every year for my daughter’s birthday in late May, since she was born! She is now five and it is one of her favourite cakes.

  • Celestine

    Nous avons beaucoup apprécié le sorbet à la banane ici!
    Rien à voir (euh en fait si!) mais il me semble bien m’être inspirée d’un de tes articles pour fabriquer des serviettes de table avec des restes de beaux tissus, qui épatent toujours mes invités!

  • jmcourtier

    Hardly a recipe, but dukkah has turned into a favorite food additive.

  • http://beanafoodie.com Maria Tadic

    We (my husband and I) loved the Sardine Harissa Sandwich! SO yummy – I love sardines and he loves harissa so it was the perfect sandwich for us! Plus it’s great for lunch the next day too!

  • C.Michol

    You posted a recipe for miso-marinated steak that I make aaaalllll the time.

  • Ryoko

    My favorite is Apricot and Pistachio Ricotta. Have not enough chance to make it again, but definably this is the one for me!

  • Robert Stalker

    I love any type of risotto so you recipe for porcini walnut risotto has become a favorite.

  • Lara

    Love your recipe for shakshouka!

  • Kim A

    I really, really, really want to try your Dark Chocolate Sorbet and your Chocolate Frozen Yogurt real soon. Just came across your blog a few weeks ago, but it has quickly become one of my favorites and I have to check it every day. Also have been going thru your recipe archives to see what looks good.

  • Kerri

    Congratulations on 10 years! I’ve been reading your blog for almost that long. It was one of the first food blogs I read. My favorite recipe from your blog is the yogurt cake.

  • Chandanit

    My favorite recipe from C&Z is shortbread!

  • Olivia

    So many many good recipes but I will have to settle for the roasted squash and einkorn wheat salad, that I make almost weekly in the fall as I receive so much squash in my organic vegetable basket

  • Benedicte

    Ma recette préférée est la pâte à tarte à la farine complète et à l’huile d’olive. Je la trouve facile à réaliser et délicieuse! Je la fais très souvent. Merci Clotilde!

  • Erin S

    My favorite is the curried butternut squash pasta!!

  • http://www.luliriisi.me.uk/ Julia

    I don’t know if you’d call it a recipe exactly, but I really like your poached rhubarb post. I love rhubarb, but rarely can come up with anything to make that uses it since I’m the only one in our house that will eat it. But poaching some and having it with breakfast yogurt or porridge? Totally doable!

  • Mélanie

    It’s very, very difficult to pick just one recipe as your blog is a constant source of inspiration in my kitchen. I would have to go seasonal and choose your poached quince recipe -actually made a batch today!

  • Anne Wilson

    One of the first things I cooked from Chocolate & Zucchini was Gougères au Cumin, and it was the start of my love affair with Burgandy. So that now I own and have just renovated an old farmhouse in Burgandy! One of the first things I will cook when my new kitchen is installed will be these – to go with one of my favorite red wines of the region.

  • http://www.plaidandpaleo.com Vanessa

    I love your cashew cheese recipe. It is so simple but delicious. It is a fabulous addition to any dish that normally comes with cheese!

  • Kim

    Plum and walnut cream tart…with the birthday chicken as a close second.

  • Marie

    Oeuf Cocotte and Tomato/Pistachio/Chorizo loaf!

  • Scott

    I love your scone tops recipe!

  • Cathy

    I have religiously made your chocolate and zucchini cake every year since i first came across it. It is a truly great courgette cake recipe and part of my summer baking ritual. And I always freeze a chunk to save for a cold winter afternoon when sun and summer veg are a distant memory…

  • terri

    I don’ think I can pick a favorite–but your “My Grandmother’s Pear Cake” was the first I ever made from your website, and it’s what made me come back for more.

  • katybee

    Spicy Cabbage and chicken – love how quick easy and tasty it is!

  • Tanya

    I love to make your green pea and cilantro spread all the time. It brightens up everything I spread it on (or dip into it)!

  • Jamie

    Gâteau au Yaourt – usually with strawberries

  • http://www.brochite.com Broc

    I already have your first two books, but need to get the latest one!

  • http://www.brochite.com Broc

    I love the dark chocolate mousse.

  • Marry

    It’s fun to see what others like best, and impossible to choose a favorite. I would say Broccoli and Cornmeal Upside Down Cake. I make it every time I make Chili.

  • Marie

    Clofoutis! I think that is how you spell it! Whatever! I discovered clofoutis on your site. And I LOVE the French Market Cookbook! IF I win I will give the new copy to my daughter as I have written notes all over MY copy!

  • Miss UK

    This is a fantastic giveaway! You’ve got so many nice recipes that the question is quite difficult to answer but I think I’ll go with the chocolate and zucchini cake since that’s how I discovered your blog.

  • sydney85

    Your Chocolate Caramel Tart is what my husband wants for his birthday later this month. This is definitely a winner!

  • Andrea

    Your yogurt cake! So classic :)

  • http://Http://www.montessoriworksblog.com/ Aimee

    I love magic sauce and I make it ALL the time!

  • sillygirl

    My latest favorite is the beet hummus! I made some and shared a bit with a friend – she loved it too. Though I did love the recipe in your latest book for the beet soup with the green gremolata – very elegant. I guess I’m in my beet phase.

  • Janet

    The sour dough recipes are just the best. All of them are a success and certainly easier to understand with amazing results. Thank you.

  • Ian

    Not sure, but I use your tart crust recipes all the time!

  • Stacey

    I love your cheese gougère recipe from your first cookbook – just wonderful!

  • Angela

    your pear cake!!!! It’s how i was introduced to your site :)

  • Madeline

    I recently made your Miso Flank Steak for my husband and we both loved it, so it’s definitely a new favorite :)

  • Cellabella

    I love making your shakshuka, especially on nights when we want a delicious dinner in a short amount of time!

  • Melissa

    The chocolate and zucchini cake is my all time fave!

  • Michelle M

    Rosemary and orange pork tenderloin is one I’d love to try out. I’ve just recently started following your blog and am in love.

  • Stacy

    My favorite is the gougeres.

  • Vanessa

    I love the baked oatmeal recipe – the perfect template to switch up with the seasons! (and actually the initial reason I checked in on your site today!)

  • Jim

    So many but one of my favs is Le Poulet de Muriel…

  • rachel

    I found your website about a month ago. I love the quick pickle recipe. It’s perfect to keep in my fridge to add to my lunches.

  • Margarita

    The Raspberry Dacquoise and the Olive Oil Tart crust have become staples at our home! Thank you!

  • Jo

    Hands down it is your Chinese Marinated Pork Ribs

  • http://www.boulderneigh.blogspot.com Michelle

    Oh my; I’ve bookmarked several of your recipes but I’m not sure I’ve made any of them yet!

  • Val

    My favorite all time is the oven baked ratatouille! x

  • Perrine

    I tried many of your recipes and loved them all. There is one that i do very often: the granola. Imbattable!

  • helenka

    Hi hi,
    my favorite go-to recipe has got to be the miniature Carrot Rosemary Scones. What a good way to craft a savory scone! They have been a hit with my friends…if they even make it to my friends whence i get my hands upon the hot scones fresh out of the oven.

  • http://souzi-efages.blogspot.gr/ loulou

    Bonjour! J’aime beaucoup “Fig and Mozzarella warm sandwich”. J’adore la combinaison des fruits au fromage!

  • http://portmanteausuitcase.blogspot.com Tierney

    I like the homemade Larabars- super simple, more economic and less wasteful (with regards to wrappers). I want to try some others in this list now!

  • Agnes06

    Depuis que j’ai découvert les scones lors d’un voyage en Irlande, je n’arrête pas de refaire ta recette de scones. Et je suis impatiente de découvrir ces livres !

  • http://www.thinkdive.com/ Asa Jomard

    We made “Courgettes aux Olives” this weekend for the hundredth time so I pick that recipe since it is difficult to choose. So many tasty recipe.

  • Michelle

    I love all the food recipes, but the recipe that gets the most kudos is the natural deodorant, it really is amazing. Cheers.

  • Stuart

    Your enthusiastic baking recepies were what set me down my sourdough baking path today. Now, like you, I’m on the cusp of ditching an IT career and heading for something foodier.

    Oh, that and your NY Times Chocolate Chip cookies :)

  • http://www.auxvoletsbleus.com Gill Catterall

    My favourite recipe is yoghurt cake, which I have made with variations a few times since finding the recipe on your web site. I can’t believe that I’ve lived in France for 11 years and never come across it. Especially as I attend many “Auberge Espagnols” for my walking group meetings, and Occitan dance group Christmas and summer celebrations and the village Telethon lunch. My French friends are always eager to try English dishes, and I have done a workshop for them showing how to make mincemeat, mince pies and scones. When we are out walking all day, I make Nigel Slater’s light fruit cake for pud, which travels well and doesn’t make everything sticky.

  • Bettina

    My favourite recipe is the Pear and Rosemary Creme brulée. The contrast of textures is divine. Thank you!

  • Dora

    Your Vegan Banana Coconut Bread is baked a few times a month in our household. All your recipes are amazing!!

  • Ursha

    I can’t think of my favorite recipe right now but I do remember the epiphany I got when I read on your blog about fresh garlic, and that all this time I have been buying only dried garlic:) I am still waiting for the right moment to prepare the fresh garlic cream!

  • Marina

    Blueberry Oat Bran Muffins – I make them all the time. So delicious! Now that I’ve bought an ice cream machine I can’t wait to make the Two-Fig Ice Cream.

  • http://ptinutz.wordpress.com Ptinutz

    La recette que je fais et refais est celle simple mais délicieuse des spaghetti courgette, amande et zeste de citron… miam

  • Javacurls

    My favorite recipe is your granola! I’ve made it countless of times. My family always has a jar filled with granola sitting on the kitchen counter & I’ve also given it away as a gift to friends & family. Love how the recipe is so flexible!

  • Alicia

    Your carrot salad! Merci

  • Clau

    My favourite recipe is your chicken with prunes & olives but the maple macadamia granola and the yogurt cake are the ones I make so often that I don´t have to look at the recipes anymore.

  • Siobhan Andrews

    The zucchini and mushroom crumble is a hit with my children 2 and 4 years old. Always looking for interesting ways to serve vegies and this was a great success. Thanks for the inspiration. S x

  • Michelle

    My fave is the Quince Almond cake, because I love quince, and I finally have my own crop this year!

  • Eliza

    Hard to choose just one favourite! The very ginger cookies, perhaps!

  • Hazel

    Your walnut and date cookies!

  • Tiina

    Me too, zucchini noodle salad – but it’s hard to say, there are so many!

  • kanadelf

    difficile de choisir, mais la première recette à laquelle j’ai pensé c’est celle de la salade de petit épeautre et potimarron rôti, que j’ai faite et refaite avec de nombreuses variations depuis!

  • Lisa Swartz

    gougeres, definitely gougeres! Happy birthday!

  • Geraldine Ventura

    Love all of your recipes but my favorite is the lavender crusted duck breasts which I made for a dinner party honoring my husband’s birthday. Our guests raved about this recipe which reminded me of the wonderful magrets we had in Provence.

  • Vicky

    My favorite recipe is your chocolate sables!

  • http://mrsredbootsfood.blogspot.com/ Annabel

    Your dark chocolate sorbet which I have adapted so it is now a dark chocolate lemon sorbet!

  • Shelly

    I just love making peacamole

  • Jacqueline

    There are so many lovely recipes, I will say the cheese fondue!

  • Anne

    So many but the one I go back to time and time again is your granola. It’s a brilliant start to the day and fabulous to nibble on when in need of a pick me up!

  • Maya

    Hello hello, your raw cashew cheese recipe is my favourite, I love it.

  • Caroline Christian

    The Madeleine recipe. So good.
    And clear and no fail … well
    there was the time I put in more
    lemon zest call the recipe called for.
    By accident.
    So far every batch a success …
    a constant requests for more
    from my family and friends.
    Many thanks
    - Caroline

  • Vasudha

    My husband and I have a favorite recipe from your site that we make at least every month, and for every guest — your yogurt cake. We love, love, LOVE it, and so does everyone whom we have fed it to :). Many other favorites from your site too, but this one beats them all!

  • http://www.filosofiadesabor.com.ar JulietaGB

    I´ve made lots your recipes, first was Chocolate & Zucchini Cake, but my favorite is Gâteau de Mamy. It´s so simple and good that everyone should make it at least once. Thanks!!!

  • Jaclyn

    I found your blog because of the salt crusted chicken. I think that’s still my favorite!

  • Stephie

    My favorite recipe of yours is a tough choice between your yogurt cake recipe and your chocolate sorbet recipe. I’ve made both (and many others) many times but before coming across the sorbet one I couldn’t fathom how chocolate would melt into water and become something so wonderful! That first time making it was amazing! It’s my favorite “ice cream” even over store bought now.

  • Sarah

    My favorite recipe from C&Z website is the Muhammara, easy and delicious! I also loved the Dukkah mix :)

  • MarthaD

    Congratulations on 10 years! My favorite recipe is your yogurt cake!!!

  • http://musafiratheart.wordpress.com A.H.

    I love all your dessert recipes, but a memorable one is the apricot and melon crumble with pinenuts, the first recipe I made from your blog.

  • Kerstin Brown

    Lentil Kohlrabi Salad !!! I grew up eating Kohlrabi in Germany and finally can find it here in the Southwest of the US – wonderful crunch !!!! Merci :)

  • Natalie

    Broccoli Mimolette Soup — tried and tasted and eaten in winter, autumn, and spring.

  • Rob

    Fresh ginger cake!

  • Eliza F

    I love your yogurt cake recipe! I first heard about it when you mentioned it during talk at a bookstore in Paris for the launch of Je Sais Cuisiner. It always turns out perfectly and is such a versatile treat. Works as a dessert, afternoon snack, or even breakfast.

    http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2005/10/yogurt_cake.php

  • Alicia K

    I love the spiced chocolate peanut butter!

  • oxalis

    Very hard to choose only one !
    I love Wagashi, so one of my favorite posts is on warabi mochi, easy and delicious!

  • Monica B

    The Vanilla Roasted Pineaple with Coconut Whipped Cream…un bonheur! Easy and so tasty!

  • Hilary D

    I love the Beef Stew with root vegetables from your website.

  • Robert

    Chicken in a bread crust!

  • Helen

    My favourite recipes are the yogurt cake and the apple and goat cheese quiche! Delicious!

  • Somia

    Swiss Chard Gratin with Vegan Bechamel

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/guglielmo guglielmo

    mine is crepes :)

    love them!

  • Lynn

    Your Basic Granola recipe keeps my granola jar full, especially love the addition of healthy flax seeds!

  • Amy K.

    I love so many of your recipes, but the one that use monthly (if not weekly) is the hummus recipe. Sooo yummy and easy, and very easy to add other ingredients to so that you are not eating the same thing week after week. Congrats on 10 years.

  • Yaz

    Your Mid-Atlantic Cheesecake has been made many times on the French Atlantic coast!

  • Ben

    I’ve been dying to try your beet hummus forever

  • http://organizedknowledge.wordpress.com MartiC

    I love the chunky pumpkin soup…so yummy for fall.

  • Ron Souliere

    Favorite recipe, that’s difficult, they usually are so good. Last one I made was your radish leaf pesto, using the last radishes of the season. I was picking over the Radishes at my CSA pickup and the farmer asked I actually used the greens, YES a radish soup and your Radish Leaf Pesto.

  • Fa Ruce

    My favorite recipe is Shakshouka! So delicious and different! For breakfast or dinner a real treat!
    And of course the Home made deodorant is essential! Can’t live without it! Thanks for sharing!

  • Mario

    My favorite recipe is for Caneles! I went to Bordeaux this summer and when I came back to NY I found your recipe. Made me relive sweet moments :)

  • http://www.thegingeredwhisk.blogspot.com Jenni

    All your recipes are great, but I particularly like the sourdough crumpets!!

  • Pragya

    There are way too many favorites to name one, but your instant banana sorbet is the one I keep making. It’s so quick and so delicious!!

  • Vern

    Hands down, Gâteau au yaourt!

  • Delly

    Roasted pattypan squash with herbed chickpeas – I make it weekly during squash season.

  • Emma

    If I have to choose one of your recipes I definitely go for the easy olive oil tart with radish leaf pesto and swiss chard. Brilliant!! I can’t remember how ofter I have cooked it!!

  • Helena

    I love your very chocolate cookies.

  • Susan

    dark chocolate sorbet has to be a favorite recipe!!

  • Jim Sanders

    I really liked the lamb shoulder recipe with the beans. The whole house smells wonderful while the lamb cooks for 4 hours..

  • Mary

    banana chocolate breakfast bars!

  • Sam

    mmm melt in your mouth chocolate cake…even better when someone else makes it for me :)

  • http://www.foodforarchitects.wordpress.com foodforarchitects

    Pain d’epice! The flavour and texture is unlike any quick bread that I have tasted.

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

    That’s a hard question!!! I must have made half of the dishes from the French Market. My favorite ones are the Swiss Chard Pie with Prunes and Nuts and the Zucchini and Apricot Socca tart. I love everything about them; I love the combination of flavors and textures, and I especially appreciate how healthy yet delicious the dishes are. Keep them coming and thank you again.

  • Colleen

    My favorite is actually a strawberry pesto! A summertime favorite!

  • http://cecinestpasunfoodblog.com Vincci

    My favourite recipe is an oldie, but goodie! The Fondant Chocolat Noix de Coco (Coconut Chocolate Cake) you posted back in 2006!

  • Danja

    I loved the mushrooms and chestnuts soup from your first book! Such a great soup for the autumn. Thank you for having a giveaway and congratulations on the 10 year anniversary of your blog!

  • Ansley

    Oh, what a generous gift on your part. Even though it’s not original, I have to say that your beetroot hummus is PHENOMENAL and I have made it too many times to count. Congratulations on ten years– that’s quite a milestone!

  • Katerina

    Definitely your grandmother’s pear cake. Last fall I used to make it every few days.

  • Megan Jirschele

    Raspberry yogurt cake!

  • tesa

    I love your quince jelly recipe. I rerecently received some quince from a friend and have been on a quince frenzy.

  • Noel

    There are lots of recipes that I like. I think my favorite right now is your recipe for Cheese Thins – little cheese cracker things from a few years ago.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  • Michelle

    Your fregola Sarda recipe is the best one I’ve tried yet!

  • Bonnie Booth

    Ah! To choose only one favorite? Almost impossible. One of my favorites of your recipes is the Chocolate and Caramel Tart from the Chocolate & Zucchini cookbook. I also love your scrumptious Chocolate & Zucchini Cake.

  • Melissa Skidmore

    Reading through all the comments, I am reminded that you have never steered me wrong, but since you say to pick one? It’s got to be your gratin dauphinois. It is a revelation!

  • Bailey S

    I especially like your discussions of sourdough. How to convert recipes to use a starter, how to dehydrate your starter, and all of the breads you make!

  • Meghan

    I made the radish top pasta so many times this summer! So delicious!

  • Laura

    The Japanese Inspired Quinoa! I always have quinoa sitting in my cupboard, but the Japanese flavors add something different for a change, and it’s easy enough to throw together after a day of classes.

  • marie

    Difficile, parce qu’elles sont toutes très appétissantes…
    Cependant, ma préférée est celle des mochi à la fraise, car c’est grâce à cette recette que j’ai découvert ce magnifique blog.

  • http://urbanfoodlover.wordpress.com/ Adity

    Love all your recipes and style of writing ..favorite recipe was so difficult to choose but will go with the Japanese inspired quinoa

  • Anna

    My favorite is definitely warm bean salad with walnut-rocket pesto from C&Z cookbook. It was one of my first attempts to cook something properly and it worked marvellously. It’s tasty warm or cold with almond-basil or hazelnut-parsley pesto as well.

  • yannka

    Hello,
    I am not sure if I ever wrote a comment before but I go here pretty often. It is not just the individual recipes that I come for, it is also general inspiration and positive, cheerful style of writing. I often find myself using the site as a reference book – when I want to make hummus, shakshuka or panzanella, I say to myself “let’s see how Clotilde makes this”! From the many recipes I have tried, I can name the tomato-feta dip – excellent way to bring in the fresh tomato flavour even in the winter months. Last time I used it for a quick pasta salad, adding some corn kernels and black olives.

  • http://Theparttimewife.com Natalie

    The chocolate sorbet is a winner at our house!

  • Sarah

    There are lots of your recipes I want to try – they all sound so fresh, but for the last couple of years at the end of summer I make your recipe for warm patty pan squash with chickpeas. I had never tried them before but they are so light and tasty that my whole family enjoys them – thank you!

  • Tamsin

    I love your dukkah recipe and usually add it to the olive oil tart crust that I now know by heart. And from your first book (which I remember sneaking onto the display tables at every opportunity when I worked at Waterstones) it would have to be the hazelnut and thyme matchsticks.

  • http://drinkingcoffeemongolia.wordpress.com/ Millicent

    Natural Starter Bread! Natural Starter Bread! I got a jar of levain from a friend back in 2010, and your recipe and commentary talked me through the rest. I owe you *enormously* for all the delicious loaves I’ve made since. I’ve experimented a lot, but I come back to your Natural Starter Bread whenever I want a can’t-fail, relaxed, friendly recipe. Thank you!

  • Sara Marsala

    I’m fairly new to your site (and I love it)……also love the grilled pineapple with the coconut whipped cream…..fabulous!

  • Meghan

    Chocolate pear cake tart!

  • Sharon

    We love the Cauliflower Soup with Turmeric and Hazelnuts at our house.

  • Trish

    I’m still working my way through your 1st book, but Mamy’s Apple Cake was a huge hit in my house!

  • Anne-Laure J

    Bonjour !

    Bravo pour ces 10 belles années et merci pour ce chouette concours !!

    Pour moi c’est les Lärabar : http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2009/05/homemade_larabars.php

    Comme je cours beaucoup, c’est une recette que j’adore utiliser !!

  • Meryl

    I like the Coconut Macaroons.

  • Lou

    The apple maple cake and chocolate coconut cake.

  • Patricia

    I like the Cumin Chickpea Crêpes which are perfect when you’re cooking for a picky 5-year old, a hungry and messy 1-year old and two foodie parents who like flavor! (Also nice filled with sauteed kale, with some ginger, garlic and cherry tomatoes by the way.) Great stuff!

  • Tracy

    My favorite are your truffle scrambled eggs.

  • Rachel

    Lentil Kohlrabi Salad is my favorite!

  • Joni

    Zucchini and apricot socca tart. It got my husband to eat squash.

  • Janet

    Your olive oil tart crust is brilliant and thus far foolproof. That’s especially wonderful as I am a pastry-phobe ! The crust is perfect for our favorite tomato onion tart. Thank you, Clotilde, and congratulations on your ten years !!

  • claire

    Je suis encore nouvelle même si je visite le site presque tous les jours et si je lis votre livre avec beaucoup d’attention. Je pense que la recette que je préfère, et celle qui m’a fait découvrir votre univers, est celle du Granola. C’est une base qui laisse libres l’imagination et les goûts et qui ne rate jamais!

    Merci encore pour ce concours, et pour toutes ces recettes.

  • Donna

    I have made the Pear and Chestnut Cake from the French Market Cookbook twice in the last month, using Asian pears which were windfall from the neighbors’ tree and almond meal in place of the chestnut flour. The first time I halved the recipe and baked it in a 6-inch pan for just the two of us (so adorable!) It was such a success that I baked a full-size version several days later to share with the neighbors!

  • ronny

    I like best the spiced chocolate peanut butter that inspired me also to make a superb chocolate-hazelnut spread.

  • Evelyn

    I only recently found C&Z, so have not had time to try any of you recipes. Looking forward to it though. And winning your books.v

  • Lynne Basignani

    My favorite recipe is your “easy” Boeuf Bourguignon. I was looking for an easier version of this dish for a church supper where I have to make a lot. This recipe is delicious AND easy!!!

  • Jim

    The vegan bechamel.

  • Nathalie

    I have loved and pondered over many of your AMAZING looking recipes; but the one that holds a fond baking memory in my heart are your hazelnut and pepper cookies :D I am crazy for all things hazelnut, and a sucker for recipes with such a twist ;) And I have to add this in (cheating a little, because technically, its not a recipe in itself ;) ): THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for introducing me to brown butter through your brown butter crisp post!!! ^_^ It literally opened a WHOLE new world of culinary exploration lol!! (hugs) may God BLESS you ABUNDANTLY and continue to use the talents, skills and PASSION He granted you to bless others around you to new heights, depths and GREAT EXPECTATIONS, to HIS glory! Amen, and SO much love and blessing further! Mwah! ^_^ X

  • Amanda

    My favorite is the socca tart with apricot jam and zucchini from The French Market. It’s absolutely delicious and very satisfying.

  • Loren

    It’s funny, there are so many luscious recipes for delicious cookies, cakes, and savory delicacies, which I’d truly love to make… but don’t end up making. I do love to dream about making them though!
    What I do make are the simplest things it seems, but I am justly rewarded by the power of making something with perfectly in-season produce and nothing more than a few additional ingredients. So, in this category goes a recipe that I ended up making for myself for as many breakfasts, snacks, and desserts that I could get rhubarb for: the Poached Rhubarb and Orange recipe. I had a thing for rhubarb after that and it prompted me to try my own creativity in mixing rhubarb with other seasonal fruits. Fabulously simple and delectable recipe that improved many of my days! Thank you Clotilde!

  • Naomi

    Your recipes are so reliable and I go to them constantly. Guests have loved your chocolate and raspberry cake but the most frequently returned to dish has to be the poulet de Muriel. I think I will make it this weekend. Thank you for ten years of inspiration.

  • tk

    the ‘magic sauce’ is a staple now

  • Ping

    Hi Clotilde,
    I’ve been a following of your blog for a few years now. LOVE it! I love your recipe for ‘Apple slices with frozen sheep’s milk yogurt’! Cross my fingers and hope to win your lovely books!!
    Ping

  • Sara

    I use your recipes all the time! My favorite is the yogurt cake (blueberry). It’s become a favorite for when I invite guests over…I’ve always gotten such great comments. Thanks!

  • Beck Drew

    I love your Radish Leaf Pesto because I’d never thought of using radish leaves before, and I love anything that gives you two meals from one item!

  • Alicia

    Oh this is so hard as I’ve a number of favourites but I’d pick the boeuf bourguignon. It works everytime.

  • dma

    Not quite a recipe, but I always come back for the instructions on roasting peppers!

  • Kelly

    I really enjoy the chocolate and zucchini pasta recipe, as it was a new technique for me!

  • susan steigman

    I have akways wanted to make Shakshouka but never tried a recipe till yours. it was mouthwatering good and so versatile! we eat at least once a week! easy cheap and utterly delish! and with ingredients that are always on hand.

  • http://robertamichel.com Roberta

    I love the pistachio gelato recipe! I just got an ice cream maker and have been experimenting!

  • Flor de Maria

    It seems too early to make difficult decisions–did i say I am commitment phobic?– but today I will go with My Grandmother’s Pear Cake.
    Thank you for so many delicious recipes

  • Jess

    I’ve always loved rhubarb, but your poached rhubarb recipe changed my life : rhubarb that can be eaten on its own and looks so great too. Very impressive yet so simple. Just love it !

  • Stephanie

    Everything I’ve tried has been delicious, but in particular with the cold weather upon us I love the butternut squash and vanilla soup -with a little addition of fresh ground pepper.

  • http://emiecreations.blogspot.ca Emilie

    Ma recette preferee est le granola. Un delice.

  • Laura

    Poppy seed cake – I make it all the time yum! Bonus – it’s gluten free!

  • patricia

    I love the yogurt cake :)

  • Sylvie

    J’ai decouvert ce site par l’intermediaire de Elle a table. Les recettes sont super et beaucoup me donnent envie… ne manque que le temps avec deux jeunes enfants! J’aime beaucoup le upside down cornmeal bread with broccoli, tres pratique a emporter pour un dejeuner au parc avec les enfants.
    Merci Clotilde pour toutes ces idees de recettes !

  • Irene Rapoport

    One of the recipes I enjoy most is
    your chicken with prunes & olives. I’ve prepared it several times when friends came over and it has never failed me. Thanks so much for all the recipes that you share with us!

  • Jennifer Lowe

    I love the recipe for yogurt cake. Simple, versatile, delicious!

  • Patricia

    Oeuf cocotte!

  • Sheila

    My 2 favorites are your lemon pastry creme and the Lebanese chocolate-coffee cup from your French Market Cookbook. I enjoy making and eating both. I have your Savoy cake lined up next to try.

  • Kensey

    The Shocking pink Pasta from French Market Cookbook. It’s so pretty!

  • Pollyanna

    Zuzhini and Apricot socca tart. I love the texture and the savoury and sweet flavours, very elegant and perfect for lunch.

  • Stacy

    So hard to choose! It would be a very close tie between blueberry tart, chocolate chili bites, and fresh ginger cake.

  • Christine Teo

    Ho… this is a difficult one as I like many of your recipes… hmm.. if it’s one..it will be your Chicken with prunes and olives. I have cooked this so many times and it’s always yummy every time.

    Thank you and continue what you are doing = )

    You are a Blessing

  • Adrienne

    I love your recipe for Peacamole. I have served it at numerous “apero dinatoires” and it has always been a hit!
    Merci beaucoup,
    Adrienne

  • http://eatyeats.com Eatyeats

    I’ve got these books all pinned on my recipe book wishlist Pinterest board. Would love to have and cook from them or use the guide to navigate culinary Paris some day. Chocolate and caramel tart is my fave.

  • Helma

    Not easy because there are a lot of inspiring
    recipes.The round stuffed zucchini, because
    they appeared everywhere and I like sweet
    onions.And everything around cole I like to.

  • Maxine

    I’ve made Pasta Shells Stuffed with Ricotta and Tapenade lots of times and it always attracts compliments – delicious!

  • Mary

    Without question, the magic sauce.

  • Susan

    Given our recent glorious tomato season in Minnesota, my current favorite recipes of yours include panzanella, pebronata, and tomato mustard tart. Belles tomates!

  • Lynn

    I love your recipe for easy olive oil tart crust. I love that it can be sweet or savory by easily adjusting the ingredients.

  • http://x-innovations.wwdb.biz/Home.aspx Elizabeth

    The yogurt cake!

  • Ulrike

    Hi,
    made and loved your tomato tarte from “the french market cookbook”
    Cheers
    Ulrike

  • pao

    There are tons of recipes from this website I love, but if I must pick one, it would be the salt-crusted chicken. OMG! Fool-proof. It turns out delicious and fall of the bone every single time. Best. Chicken. Ever.

  • http://www.acercorner.com Jo Naiman

    My favourite recipe, which I make regularly is gratin de chou-fleur

  • June

    My favorite recipe from Chocolate and Zucchini would have to be Aunt Amélie’s Smooth Chocolate Cake. That was the recipe that first led me to your wonderful blog, is such an exceptional chocolate cake that it is one of the few instances when I’ll happily eat chocolate (I usually find it a bit too sweet for my taste), and is second to none in texture. Thank you for all of the lovely and thoughtful recipes and articles (I love your food idioms series!) over the years and for making the world a more delicious place to be in.

  • claire

    Love your winter vegetable curry – simple and easy to make without complex ingredients (which are hard to find where I live!)

  • florence

    The chocolate pear chocolate tart!

  • Sarita

    I haven’t made any C&Z recipes yet, but I do really want to try the apricot and almond jam.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

  • Emma Lee

    I love your yogurt cake recipe!!

  • Jenny

    Candied orange slices!

  • Christopher

    Orange and Rosemary Pork Tenderloin :-)

  • Lynh

    My favorites come from your family: gateau de mamy (or mamie).
    I also like your family pate brise recipe. works perfectly every time.

  • http://babycakeshome.blogspot.fr/ Babycakes

    One of my favorite is the seaweed tartare from ‘The French Market Cookbook’.
    I’ve been eating seaweed tartare for months, and didn’t even realize I could do it so easily without you! And it is one of my favorite thing to eat since I discovered it, so I’m very happy for this recipe.
    Thank you!

  • Kristin

    Carrot barley galettes!

  • Betsy

    My favorite has to be the chocolate pear tart. That’s always a winning combination!

  • Hien

    Your pain d’epices is my favorite! So yummy when lightly toasted with a bit of salted butter and a pear.

  • Madeleine

    I love the Roasted Eggplant and Yogurt Dip! One of my friends hated eggplant until I made her that recipe… now she’s a believer :)

  • Annie Nguyen

    The recipe that I find myself using most frequently is the ever reliable olive oil tart crust.

  • Dania

    Love your chocolate frozen yogurt recipe!!!

  • Jen

    So many great recipes to choose from (and even more for the lucky winner). Torn between the two I cook the most – the Quinoa, Bacon and Mushroom Cake and the Pain d’Epice. When you have them both on the same day – divine.

  • Michele C

    I can’t choose, but the yogurt cake is one of my favs.

  • Kirstin

    It’s hard to pick a favorite, but in this moment I’m especially appreciating your shakshouka recipe. Thank you for this blog!

  • Camille Coombes

    Your Chocolate & Zucchini cake is my favorite recipie. You have inspired menu new adventures in the kitchen.
    Congratulations, and thank you.

  • Zarina

    Brown Butter Spiced Crisp – mmmmmmmmmm – quick, easy, delicious!!!

  • Dawn

    I love your post about the first cake you made post-baby. The pecan carrot cake. To celebrate the birth of my baby girl, I made that the first cake I made post-baby too. That is my favorite recipe from your blog. I hope i win :)

  • http://www.cookwithchuck.wordpress.com Chuck

    Ma recette préferée est celle des pâtes aux courgettes, amandes et zeste de citron. Je la fais souvent car elle est simple à réaliser et vraiment bonne!

  • Jennifer

    I only recently discovered your site, so the only recipe I’ve tried is the zucchini ribbons/noodles. But they were fabulous!

  • http://bridgetcurrie.com Bridget

    I really love your salad recipes – they are an inspiration whenever I seem to be gazing into the cupboard and fridge with the desire for something fresh.
    I particularly like the *Triple Sesame Snowpea salad*

    and on a completely different note – *Rasberry Yoghurt cake*, has to get a votem I also like to make it with pears. I am not a good baker but it is so easy even I can produce a fair example. I am Australian but I live in Brussels and I love your blog as I have access to lots of the same ingredients you write about.

  • marie

    Hej, Your deodorant recipe is my favourite. Knowing I orotect myself without poisoning myself is the best.

  • Vivian

    Love the Daim Cake on your blog. It’s the 1st cake recipe I tried out from your blog . :) Thank you for sharing all these wonderful recipes.

  • Nora

    Clotilde! Your parmesean, carrot and rosemary mini scones sent me down a rabbit’s hole of savory scone making I still haven’t gotten over. I love working with scone dough & loved the introduction to chickpea flour. I’ve tried variations with cheddar and chive and one with mushrooms but I’ve never quite topped the original recipe. It’s my brunch potluck go-to. Thank you!

  • Justin

    I really enjoyed your last coleslaw recipe! Ciao

  • Suzan

    My favourite recipe from your website are the pistachio cookies, a delicious way to use a jar of pistachio paste!!!

  • Nadia

    The Herbed Couscous Salad. This is the first recipe that I tried from your blog… and I kept coming back :)

  • Connie

    My favorite recipe is luxury brownies!

  • Abby

    Butternut squash and vanilla soup!

  • Yemiena Meedin

    Hi Clotilde!
    My favourite recipe / recipes are the amazing 50 things to do with Kale. We love stir fried kale and kale chips, which my kids will eat by the handful!

  • http://winingwife.com Ronda Bowen

    My favorite recipe on your site is the rosemary braised pork – YUM!

  • steph

    Est-ce trop tard pour jouer ? J’apprécie énormément vos recettes et j’en ai déjà réalisé plusieurs, mais ma préférée, aussi bizarre que cela puisse paraître, est celle du déodorant ! Cela fait maintenant plusieurs mois que je l’utilise et il a changé ma vie !

  • syrahsuzie

    My favorite recipe is the Smoked Herring and Potato Salad. I now keep the ‘Harengs Doux’ as a staple in my fridge and I know I can make a tasty lunch at any time. I have served it with lots of different salad greens but ‘Mâche’ is definitely the best.

  • Alexis

    I have way too many favorites to choose just one, but I’m currently loving on the lemon kefir ice cream. In fact, I’m getting ready to make my last batch before the cold sets in this fall.

  • Lau

    S’il ne faut retenir qu’une seule recette, ce serait celle du sorbet instantané à la banane. Je la choisis moins pour elle-même que pour la modestie qu’elle demande (malgré son immense simplicité, je ne la maîtrise pas encore absolument!) et les honneurs que j’ai reçus, grâce à elle (mon amoureux souriant car ce sorbet lui rappelle l’enfance). Grand succès aux futurs livres et bonne suite au blog.

  • Heather

    My favorite recipe is your natural deodorant. I know i’s not food, but I use it more than any one recipe. ;)

  • jjan

    The yogurt cake recipe is tried and true, thank you!

  • Jill

    Happy Anniversary!!

    My favorite recipe is for your panzanella, delicious!

  • http://gourmets-amadores.blogspot.pt/ Suzana

    Your Homemade Vanilla Extract using rum is an old favourite and a staple in my pantry since the first time I made it!

  • Amélie

    Ma recette préférée du moment est celle de la tarte au brocoli/pommes/fromage de chèvre, en plus elle est de saison!!

  • Lauren du Bois

    Hello, I first found you on line searching for a flourless chocolate cake recipe. I found yours on your website, translated all the ingredients to US…and dived in, too, to the chocolate.

    Amazing recipe. I have made it more times than I can count…shared the recipe with others and spread the news about your site.

    About 2 years ago I loaned your first cookbook to a teenaged girl I know and she has used it…I cannot ask for it back…so I’d love to win this collection!

  • http://Http://lulabelldesigns.wordpress.com Lynda Tatrai

    Hi Clotilde, I have been reading your blog and twitter for years now! I love your Blueberry Oat Muffins, so healthy!

  • http://viewfrommykitchenwindow.wordpress.com Lorrie

    Today’s favorite (they change)is Chestnut and Mushroom Soup!

  • saskia mureau

    I love your roasted cauliflower recipe with the special sauce!

  • Cheryl Matzker

    Olive Oil Tart Crust for me!

  • Sarah

    I’ve cooked a number of your cakes and soup, but I’d have to say my favorite recipe so far is your ginger cake. It is easily one of my all time favorites. Merci!

  • Claudine DeCarlisle

    Buckwheat Galettes.
    They are so good. Your recipe is the best I’ve found, and I make these at least once every couple weeks.
    Win or lose, thank you.

  • Magdalena

    There are so many!Last time I made red beet hummus and this is it! Simple, tasty, quick, versatile, fresh and extraordinary; very very Clotilde style:) Let me tell that generally I like your way of thinking of cooking, you have your own style and that is uniqe and make your blog so interesting! Thank you for that!

  • Elizabeth

    I’m another fan of your olive oil tart crust — lovely!

  • Jacqueline Di Giacomo

    What a lovely contest! Thank you and also to your publisher for the free international shipping (very kind). Custard…egg custard-fabulous! Have a wonderful day.

  • Heather B

    I have to go with the gâteau au yaourt! Merci!

  • Anne

    I love Clafoutis! Though, I have never seen a recipe for breakfast Clafoutis before, this one peaked my interest. Yummm. Serve warm with yogurt and sliced bananas…and a drizzle of maple syrup!

  • Shane Cook

    Gâteau chocolat framboise because I love raspberries and chocolate.

  • Greg

    I have had fun making several items. My favorite to make and share is the lemon curd.

  • http://Www.bellsbowlsbobbins.blogspot.com Jessica

    My favorite would be the namesake Chocolate and Zucchini cake!

    Jess
    Seworange@gmail.com

  • Holly S

    As a native New Orleanian whose used to our version of Mardi Gras king cakes, I love your recipe for galette des rois! http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2010/01/homemade_galette_des_rois.php

  • Nola

    I loved the eclectic mix of flavours and scents in you ‘Magret en Croûte de Lavande’; I served it on bright, lightly dressed rocket leaves accompanied by a lavender coloured vitelotte gratin. A feast for the eyes, the nose and the palate.

  • Jonathan Hopkinson

    Your Swiss chard pie is great.

  • http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2008/01/leek_and_potato_soup.php Henri Maessen

    Leak and potato soup aaahhhh delicious!!

    The right amount for each ingredient is crucial for this lovely simple soup. Your recipe is spot on and when preparing it, my neighbours came and asked what smelled so good.

    I showed them your site and they where sold! Now it’s kind of a thing when i make it :P

    Thanks a lot!

  • http://www.culinaryeden.com Sharon

    Omgosh, so many to pick from, so I’ll say the gougeres in Chocolate & Zucchini are divine.

  • Cathi

    the tomato mustard tarte

  • Lori Krasner

    Blueberry Yogurt Cake! Oh, please,please pick me, pick me!! :)

  • http://shortblackcoffee.wordpress.com Angela

    I love your carrot galette! So yummy and frugal. I usually have the stuff in my fridge/pantry so whipping it up in a couple of minutes on a sunday when everything is shut, is no problem!

  • Mary

    Yogurt cake! And I recently made a batch of the Shashuka, then made two more batches to freeze. Bonne continuation, Clotilde.

  • http://Www.flickr.com/tododelsur Scott Southall

    I love your recipe for chocolate chip cookies because it’s the best one I’ve ever found. I refuse to eat any other chocolate chip cookies. People I’ve made them for remember them vividly even after several years, and someone actually threatened me for the recipe lol. I love them so much.

  • Emilie

    I love love the cumin gougeres recipe! Yogurt cake and the original Choc and Zuchinni cake!

  • Nisha J

    yoghurt cake. simple and delicious. tart and sweet and so french!

  • Carolina

    I love the carrot and peanut muffins!

  • Nat

    Gâteau de Mamy (“My Grandmother’s Pear Cake). I make it every Sunday morning!

  • Delene Volkert

    Chocolate hibiscus creme brulee – amazing!

  • Grace

    I purchased French Market for a friend for her birthday…but wound up cooking from it and liking it too much to give away, especially since it was when our summer garden was coming in strongly. I did the right thing and got a second copy for her. It would be great fun to explore your other books!

  • http://casadeberry.net Claudia

    Turkey Curry sandwich from C&Z book. My husband and I LOVE this, and I can make it hotter for him and keep it milder for me :D

  • Monica

    My favourite recipe is the Cake Tomates Pistache et Chorizo.

  • http://eatdrinkculture.wordpress.com Sara

    My favorite recipe which I have used many times now is the olive oil tart crust recipe. I discovered how much I love swiss chard because of this, and now make it frequently for a light supper or lunch.

    (My runner up favorite “recipe”, is the homemade deodorant. I cannot go back to commercial products!)

  • Romana

    Dear Clotilde,
    my favourite are “Lebanese coffee dessert jars” and “Roasted beet soup with baby spinach and squash seed pesto”.

  • Lisa McClintock

    My favorite “recipe” is actually a tie between the swiss chard pie and the swiss chard and squash seeds tart. My boys (5 & 7) love these! I have also prepared your roasted ratatouille many times. Love all your recipes in the books and online. It’s so hard to choose.

  • georgia

    Canelés! i love them.

  • Izabella

    My fauvourite would be the chocolate and zucchini cake, but that was a hard choice to make :-)

  • Bekah

    The “Goat Cheese and Sprouted Seeds Tartine” has become a new lunch time favorite in my house!

  • Annette Kiehl

    It’s the Brokkoli, Apple and Goat’s Cheese Quiche. It’s a classic dish in my kitchen!

  • Pia Banzhaf

    Dear Clotilde,
    Congratulations on your blog and book success, translating your passion into a wonderful endeavour for all of us.
    My absolute favourite and go to recipe is your Salade de Carottes et Betteraves Râpées. I love the colours and serve it with a slice of soft goat cheese, chopped flat-leafed parsley and roasted pumpkin seeds.

  • Audrie

    Love all your recipes! The carrot-chestnut soup for now, because I found kilos of them on my walk in the woods today!

  • Barbara

    I love the Tarte Tatin with Salted Caramel –some of my favorite fall flavors. This reminds me of last summer when I took cooking lessons in Paris.

  • Cherry

    There have been lots of favourites over the years, but currently it’s Roasted Cauliflower à la Mary Celeste.

  • Christianne Madona

    Everyone is right, you have so many wonderful recipes! We love your ice creams (chocolate yogurt and nutella). Also your crepes and simple rice pudding are staples around here that my french mother just adores!
    Thank you so much for always sharing your best!
    Christianne

  • Jovcic

    Bonjour
    Je participe, je préfère votre gateau chocolat framboise

  • Shira

    Beet hummus! I am waiting to get the French Market Cookbook from my local library to try it out :-)

  • Ellen

    The scones from your first book is my favorite. They have been made countless times, and always with a good result. The yoghurt makes them extra good.

  • Terry

    Probably the clafoutis!

  • Britt

    My latest favorite recipe is from The French Market Cookbook, is Couscous with Vegetables. The whole family loves it!

  • http://thehillarylp.com Hillary

    Gruyere gougeres!

  • Victoria

    I really like the yogurt cake!

  • http://obsessedwhome.blogspot.com Michelle

    I just love your recipe for Fresh Ginger Cake, and would be so honored to win your books!

  • Lucia

    I love the chocolate zucchini cake.

  • Alejandro

    My favorite is the chicken in bread crust.

  • Eda

    Quince jelly and tomato mustard tart!

  • Tatiana Thede

    Raspberry Yogurt Cake- Yum! :)

  • Julie

    Bonjour

    je connais tes recettes que depuis quelques semaines, mais elles ont tous l’air bonnes!

    Celle qui me fait rêvée est «Pear Rosemary Crèmes Brûlée»

    Merci!

  • Anna

    I love the Vegan Lemon Squares recipe. I’m always happy to find vegan dishes on omnivore blogs! :)

  • Leigh

    Right now, I love your shakshouka.

  • Caroline Bacquet

    my favourite C&Z recipe is chocolate chip cookies! thank you SO much!

  • Jessica Volz

    I absolutely adore your ratatouille tian ~ the jewel in the crown :)

  • G. Mermoud

    What comes to mind first is not so much a recipe but something you noted years ago on your blog. You talked about how to slice a baguette for tartines by cutting it in half horizontally from the top so that you don’t have a bottom crust and a top crust but you have half of each. I always do this now and I think of that post each time I do. Totally brilliant!

  • kcc

    your caneles recipe. i found references to these and have wanted them so much. having your recipe, and the assurance that the silicone molds are good enough have given me hope!

  • Rosanne

    One of my favorite recipes is Gateau ricotta, abricot pistache. My daughter and her family just moved to Paris and we are planning a trip just after the first of the year.

  • Tatjana Kusch

    my favourite (or one of my favourites) is Vanilla Roasted Pineapple with Coconut Whipped Cream! Yummie!!!

  • http://kojiberry.wordpress.com/ Kojiberry

    I love your Perfect Roasted Potatoes! I have made them many times to accompany many dishes and they came out perfect every time.

  • Anamaria

    My favourite recipe is Zucchini&Mushroom Crumble.

  • http://forumholitorium.wordpress.com Forum Holitorium

    My favorite recipe is the Easy Olive Oil Tart Crust.

  • http://www.MistralMusic.org Julie Scolnik

    Tarte Tatin!

  • Cris Carusi

    The aged Gouda and pear scone recipe is my absolute favorite (although the chocolate and zucchini cake is a very close second). The scone recipe is not only delicious as written, it is amazingly adaptable.

  • Natalia

    My favorite recipe from your blog is Gateau au yaourt…everybody in my family loves it!

  • http://www.moutenpeper.nl Wouter

    Your zucchini and cucumber soup with herbs, from my (signed!) Edible Adventures!

  • Susan

    Nutella ice cream. Nutella is dangerous stuff to have in the house–somehow, it disappears, rather too quickly. Pear cake sounds interesting; I was recently given a lot of pears and need to use them

  • Karen

    My first recipe tried and still a favorite is the Chocolate zucchini cake with fresh zucchini slices atop the chocolate glaze.

  • Carlene

    The mushroom risotto with walnuts made in the pressure cooker is ‘one’ of my favorites!

  • Dina Lemessurier

    Lemon kefir ice cream. I’ve made it for every end of Summer barbecue I’ve hosted, perfect!

  • Maresa

    Rosemary and orange pork tenderloin followed by chocolate pear tart…My absolute favourites! Yum!

  • Elizabeth O’Connor

    Winter veggie curry! Delicious.

  • Hilary

    I’ve loved making your yogurt cake for a very long time and now the avocado and radish tartine is a new favorite!

  • Marcelle

    Your Lamb Tagine with Pears! My husband is allergic to an enzyme in raw fruit and, although he can eat cooked fruit, he always chose not to as he was convinced he didn’t like it. This is the recipe that converted him – it’s incredibly tasty, often comes out on special occasions and as a plus, now he enjoys cooked fruit in many forms!

  • Lillian Kang

    Chocolate and Candied Ginger Tartlets is my fave!

  • http://chocolateandzucchini.com clotilde

    The giveaway is now closed, and comments beyond this one can’t be considered. Thank you so much for entering! The results will be announced later today in the post above.

  • Donna M. Jackson

    Crumpets—you took a British recipe by way of King Arthur ( American) made it in Paris and I have stolen it back by way of California and our sourdough. Plus I add baking soda to warm water before mix in dough about 10 minutes before put on the griddle (a Mexican one). Very International and proper. Here, here.

  • Laurie C.

    Your Blueberry Yogurt Cake is great – and I especially enjoyed the hints in the Edible Adventures book. I took it to Paris with me!

  • Maria S.

    I love your recipe for tart pastry. It’s become my go-to – even if I’m making a non CZ recipe. . . shhh. . . however my kids, 12 and 16, would vote for your crepes, which are a big favorite and have become something of a tradition for my daughter. When she is lucky enough to have a friend or friends sleepover, she always asks for them for breakfast, with nutella and strawberries. Cheers.

  • Coralie Kay

    My personal favorite are your Wholesome Banana Chocolate Breakfast Bars! They are so good any time of the day!

  • Karen

    Your buckwheat galettes! Je les adore!

  • Michelle

    Nutella cake and your yogurt cake!

  • Ros Castle

    I love the Chestnut and Herb Canistrelli recipe – perfect for serving with aperitifs and a wonderful use of chestnut flour which feels so luxurious to work with. I was desperate to find uses for it and you gave me every reason to keep buying it. Thank you!

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