Thomas Keller

Duck Confit

29 January 2014

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Confit de Canard is a classic dish found in many Parisian bistros, and it is a dish which my mother-in-law likes to serve whenever we visit. After one of our trips to France late last year, I felt compelled to recreate this dish at home, primarily because I didn’t want to wait so long before eating it again.

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Profiteroles with Burnt-Sugar Custard & Chocolate Sauce

25 August 2011 10 comments
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If I had to name one dessert as my “desert island dessert”, it would probably have to be profiteroles. It seems most people are abuzz with French macaroons these days (which I also adore) but, to me, the profiterole is what encapsulates a typically French dessert. There is something about the sweet custard encased in […]

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Roast Chicken with Bacon & Chive Waffles

21 June 2011 7 comments
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I think it’s hard to improve on a simple roast chicken, but the moment I tried it Thomas Keller’s way, I think it will be hard to prepare a roast chicken any other way! Earlier this year, my husband and I spent 4 amazing days in Las Vegas. As with any trip to a new […]

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