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How to Make a Quick and Healthy Grilled Garden Vegetable Salad

One of the best things about summer is farmers’ market finds—a treasure trove of fresh fruits and vegetables, spices and herbs, and plenty baked goods to take for the road.

How to Make Perfect Beurre Blanc, According to Ludo Lefebvre

In the final episode of Ludo à la Maison season eight, Ludo Lefebvre turns to a French classic—steamed fish (in this case, striped bass) with beurre blanc and green beans.

Ludo Lefebvre’s Quiche Lorraine Has an American Twist

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.

Ludo Lefebvre’s Secret for Tender Octopus Is Surprisingly Simple

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.

Ludo Lefebvre Makes Nigella Lawson's Show-Stopping Sticky Toffee Pudding—Get the Recipe

Ludo Lefebvre Makes Tiffani Thiessen’s Bean and Ham Hock Stew

Ludo Lefebvre’s Belgian Twist on a Classic French Dish

Ludo Lefebvre Walks You Through His Ultimate Christmas Pairing

"Christmas in France is a big deal," says chef Ludo Lefebvre, and in the latest episode of Ludo à la Maison, he's letting the rest of the world in on a favorite food/drink combination of his.

Ludo Lefebvre Shows You How To Make Foie Gras Terrine

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.

Ludo Lefebvre and Son Show You Their Take on a Classic French Dessert

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.