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How to make a flourless chocolate cake (gluten free recipe). Video and step-by-step instructions by Chef Alain Braux.
You might think scones are an English creation…and they are. I will not steal credit from my friends from the other side of the channel! But I came up with my own version. Try it; it’s so good, you might even think it’s French. (“Biscuits aux Canneberges et Noix”)
The good news is that, if you’re willing, you can make your own butter. Buy organic heavy cream. Mix it with the same probiotic culture used to make yogurt. Let it sit at room temperature for 24 hours to allow for fermentation. Refrigerate overnight. Whisk it until it turns into butter. With a cheesecloth, drain the buttermilk (or save it for other uses) and voila! You have made your own homemade butter. It is called cultured butter. Here again, the secret is moderation. 1 to 2 pats of real butter a day will do you good.
This is not a magic potion – like the one of Asterix and Obelix comic book fame (the fans will know what I’m talking about) – but pretty darn close. It is loaded with only ingredients known to help keep your heart healthy. Nothing but heart-healthy ingredients!
The aroma of this simple chicken recipe will charm your senses. Enjoy the lemon-rosemary flavor combination and serve with oven-roasted rosemary new potatoes.
Bonjour! My name is Alain Braux. I am a classically trained French chef and a formally educated Nutritherapist.
Two years ago I was diagnosed with high cholesterol, and I managed to bring my cholesterol levels down by
returning to the foodways of my youth in Southern France. I lowered my cholesterol significantly with diet alone, and I write this blog to let you know how you can do it, too.
You might wonder: what's a nice Frenchman like me doing in Texas? Suffice it to say that I …