In this time of economic hardships not all of us can afford to go to a fancy restaurant for dinner. If you are one of those people who are cutting back on your entertainment expenses and is planning to reduce your number of visits to the restaurant this holiday season, you should consider getting some easy French cooking lessons and learn how to start cooking some really delicious food. Just think about how much money you can save if you cook your own food and hold dinner parties at home instead of going to the restaurant during the holidays.

No, you do not have to go to a culinary cuisine school to learn a few easy French cooking tricks. You can easily pick up a few easy French cooking lessons online. What is interesting about these easy French cooking lessons offered online is that you do not have to leave home just to attend classes. Instead of taking your car from the garage and drive to school, you can just drag your laptop to the kitchen and learn some easy French cooking tricks right there in your own kitchen. Since you are working in the comforts of your home, you can wear anything you like and do whatever you want on the side while you are waiting for your food to cook.

Learning To Cook French Foods

Before you start working on some easy French cooking recipes, you need to buy some tools to work with. Although your existing kitchen tools and utensils are very useful, it is still better to get the appropriate French cooking tools if you want to cook some mouth watering French food. No, there is no need for you to invest in those expensive state of the art cooking tools. There is no point of wasting so much money on those expensive tools when you can get some tools of almost the same quality for cheaper prices.


Once you have the right cooking tools, you may not start with your easy French cooking lessons. To make things easier for you, you might want to start with making sauces. Remember that the secret of great French cooking is in the sauce. Once you have mastered the art of making great French cause, you may now move on to more complicated food preparations. It will probably take more than one attempt on your part before you can get perfect French food but if you keep at it, you will eventually learn the art of French cooking.

Lavender is one of the essential ingredients you need to get your French cooking started. Make sure you have some on hand and that it is fresh. You will also want to make sure you are choosing the right variety of lavender so your dish won't come out bitter. When using lavender when cooking you should use just a little as it can tend to be strong and overpower your dish.


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  1. Lavender // March 17, 2009 at 12:36 PM  

    This is a great idea. We have definitely cut back on eating out, but I really miss the food. This seems like a good idea - but I guess I'll still have to do the dishes when it is all over :)

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    wow i never knew lavendar was used in French cooking! like they say you learn something new everyday.

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    Can you recommend any french cooking sites that you found the most helpful? I love to cook and food always seem to taste much better when you make it yourself.

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  11. Setai // April 17, 2009 at 8:53 AM  

    Sounds great. Although I don't know if starting with french quisine is the best idea. Let's try something simple first. Maybe italian?

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    I love french food! But each time I try to make something it ends up a disaster. I'll need to learn a bit more I guess.

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