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Autumn is the right season for pumpkin « potiron ». It's very tasty (more than squash "courge"). Both potiron and potimarron are teardrop-shaped with an orange flesh. Potimarron has a chestnut-like flavor and brilliant red skin. Back to the vegetables...

These are "asperge" : How to use them ? Rinse the "asperges". Cut the bottom so they all have the same length. Cooking methods : 1. Boiled "aspeges": Bring salted water to the boil. When it boils, put the "aspeges" in the pan and cook for 15 minutes at...

Usually « salade » is an « entrée », we eat salade at the beginning of lunch (mainly lunch but also dinner if you want). When we eat salade, we only eat salade and most of the time it means « salade verte » (lettuce). We bring a « saladier » (big salad...

Basilic belongs to what we call "aromates" or "herbes aromatiques". We use it in some French recipes but it's much more common in the South of France and in summer. You can buy "basilic déshydraté", it means it's dry and often in a small pot (you can...

Here is a blette, also "bette", both spellings are ok : As you can see, it's a big vegetable. Where to find it ? You'll find "blettes" in a supermarket or open-market. This is not a vegetable you can find in can or frozen, it's mainly sold fresh. How...

You can't miss them, they're much nicer than the other ones, they shine : How can I cook them ? Make " pommes de terres sautées " as you would with ordinary potatoes, do not peel them, do not slice them but cut them into bigger pieces. Have them with...

When you buy "légumes primeurs", you can also have "oignon blanc" : How can I cook it ? Remove the green part (but keep it you'll use it another time). Remove also this kind of small roots on the opposite. Then, use it like an onion, sauté for example....

Here are "petits pois" primeurs. You can find "petits pois" all year long in can "en conserve". But when it's time for the "primeurs", don't miss them. What do they look like ? Even not like "petits pois" !!! How can I prepare them ? You must "écosser"...

Sometimes you can see them with their "fanes", the green part. You won't cook the fanes, only the "carotte", but it indicates it's a "primeur" or "carotte nouvelle". Usually these carottes are smaller than the ordinary carottes. When you want to buy "légumes...

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