This gallery is brought to you by our friends at Stella Artois. French food doesn't have to be stuffy. There are plenty of more home-style Gallic dishes out there. But even when it is elegant, French cuisine can still be simultaneously warm and comforting. These dishes run the gamut from fancy to forgiving, and are particularly perfect for fall. Since this is the season of mushroom foraging, try sautéeing a mix of wild champignons in butter and enriching them with onions, herbs, and cream. Fantastic on toast points as a snack or appetizer, Wild Mushrooms à la Crème can also serve as a sauce for chicken, pork chops, potatoes, or pasta.
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