Submitted by bhallinan805 on Wed, 04/17/2019 - 12:39
Quiche Lorraine is a pretty iconic French dish—it's a classic pie from Lorraine, Ludo Lefebvre says in this week’s episode of Ludo à la Maison. The recipe traditionally calls for lardons, onion, and gruyère, but since we’re in America, Lefebvre notes, he uses cheddar cheese instead.
Submitted by bhallinan805 on Wed, 04/10/2019 - 11:40
While octopus, grapefruit, and tandoori paste might not seem like an obvious combination, Ludo Lefebvre wants to prove otherwise—after all, the dish was a customer favorite when he first made it at his pop-up restaurant, LudoBites, in Los Angeles.
On today's Ludo à la Maison, chef Ludo Lefebvre shows you how to make one of the signature delicacies of French cuisine: Foie Gras Terrine—though he's quick to point out that the highly technical dish is for special occasions, not an everyday homemade staple.
On the latest Ludo à la Maison, chefs Ludo and Luca Lefebvre make far breton—a dish that, while from a French region beginning with a "b" and ending in "y" is, for a change of pace, not Ludo's home of Burgundy, but the Northwestern region of Brittany.