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A common misconception about French cuisine is that you yourself can't cook it. Completely false, as we've learned by cooking our way through The Little Paris Kitchen. In fact, many French dishes are a great jumping-off point for creating your own version of the classics. Take, for instance, these coq au vin skewers.

A common misconception about French cuisine is that you yourself can’t cook it. Completely false, as we’ve learned by cooking our way through The Little Paris Kitchen. In fact, many French dishes are a great jumping-off point for creating your own version of the classics. Take, for instance, these coq au vin skewers.

Says author Rachel Khoo:

“Rooster stewed in red wine for several hours is traditional coq au vin. I thought I’d shake that on its head and make a barbecue version with a red wine dipping sauce.”

Reprinted with permission from The Little Paris Kitchen