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.
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.