Le Dînatoire Americain

11 Jun

This weekend I decided to have a party for some of my classmates, so we they could practice our their French (I hid in the kitchen). Even one of my teachers came (she’s pictured in the photo to the right in the middle row). I made an all-American dînatoire (which is a cute French word for a meal that’s not quite dinner and a bit more than your average cocktail party) which consisted of mini cheese burgers (featured above) with mini fries in a red pepper dipping sauce, mini crab cakes, cobb salad deviled eggs, a pea pesto crostini (not really American, but always a crowd pleaser) and mini chocolate chip cookies.

Bonnes vacances à tous!

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  1. Sundays in Lyon | French Press - October 17, 2012

    […] Cook for your friends: After the market it’s a good time to start cooking. You can find a recipe in French and invite your friends for lunch. Everyone can bring a plate to share. […]

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