More French Food at Home with Laura Calder

By: Cooking Channel

Petit Fours, Blackberry Millefeuilles and Pain Perdu — these are just a few of the elegant French dishes  Laura Calder has demystified in the first 3 seasons of  French Food at Home. Fortunately for haute-cuisine lovers everywhere, she's back and eager as ever to share some of her most recent culinary discoveries on the all new season of French Food at Home.

Spanning the gamut of classics and contemporary recipes alike, Laura makes cooking French easy, from bistro desserts to savory tarts and scrumptious sautés.

Catch the all new premiere of French Food at Home, today at 12pm ET. 

Don't be surprised if you decide to start things off with Laura's Deep Fried Zucchini Blossoms (show above) or these  Almond-Stuffed Bacon-Wrapped Prunes. (Recipes coming later this season!)

Or sit back to a luxurious serving of Laura's tender Duck Breasts with Green Peppercorn Sauce.

Get Laura's latest crash course in fine French cooking in the all new season of French Food at Home, today at 12pm ET.

Recipes in today's show:

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