It hit me the other day at the store that it was taking me longer and longer each year to remember a few French words. Primarily because they were already rarely part of my vocabulary but I realize that they are as much fun to remember as they are for Bill to pronounce and learn.
In the spirit of sharing and remembering, practicing and growing I have decided to start a new category to this blog, related to food of course, a “French Word A Week” type thing.
Today’s word is “topinambour” a.k.a sunchoke or Jerusalem artichoke. (listen to the pronunciation here)
That word in French always make me smile and hearing Bill say it is even cuter. And you know what…they are delicious! I wish my mom had cooked more with them when we were kids, but now I do everytime they appear at the market. Stay tuned for an upcoming recipe with sunchokes. Won’t be dessert though!
P.S: I realize I forgot to add the recipe instructions in French for the Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme the other day and will remedy that tonight.