Tasty Frenchy bites
In the mood for wholesome French pork pâtés? Brittany's Hénaff is the name that comes to mind first. This family-owned cannery founded more than a century ago is renowned for its carefully selected ingredients and its traditional know-how. No wonder it has been distinguished as an Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Business) by the French government...

Le Pâté Hénaff, in its iconic blue tin, is doubtless Hénaff's signature påté and the one you should try first. We also carry pork liver pâté and pork rillettes (pork meat slowly cooked in pork fat). Spread on a slice of good, crusty bread. Add a few cornichons (crunchy, tiny gherkins). Et voilà, you got yourself a hearty snack!


This month's deals: 20% off Amora mayonnaise, TUC cheese crackers, and Côte d'Or dark chocolate with hazelnuts (coupon code SEP2018)

Just in: more French food favorites

Among the French favorites recently added to our shelves you will find Éléphant verbena herbal tea, LU Petit Beurre with chocolate chips, and Favols 100% fruit griottine (morello cherry) preserve and raspberry preserve.


Suggestions for your French agenda

There are so many exciting more French cultural events all around the USA this and next month. We hope you'll enjoy our picks!

Atlanta's SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion & Film presents Pierre Cardin: Pursuit of the Future, a retrospective of the work of the legendary fashion futurist. Through September 30.

Boston's Museum of Fine Arts presents French Pastels – Treasures from the Vault. Through January 6, 2019.

In Columbus the Gateway Film Center presents Young French CinemaYoung French Cinema, an exciting series of recent films by new French directors. Through September 26.

In Davenport, IA the Figge Museum presents French Moderns: Monet to Matisse, 1850-1950. October 9 through January 6, 2019.

In Minneapolis Daniel Buren's Voile/Toile – Toile/Voile major public artwork has its US premiere. Through October 27.

In New York FIAF's celebrated annual Crossing The Line Festival brings together the most compelling French and international artists. September 18 through October 13.

New York 's French Institute (FIAF) presents Brilliant Quirky: Jeanne Balibar on Film, a two-month restrospective celebrating the César Award-winning actress. Through October 30.

New York's Met Museum presents Delacroix, a broad retrospective jointly produced with Musée du Louvre. Through January 6, 2019.

French scholar Christine Bard's upcoming talk at New York University, Une Histoire Politique de la Jupe et du Pantalon sounds fun. September 26.

In New York Film Forum pays tribute to an iconic director, if there ever was one, with The Complete Jean Vigo. Through October 2.

In Seattle the popular film festival French Cinema Now returns for its seventh year. Enjoy! September 27 through October 4.

In Washington, DC the National Gallery of Art presents Corot: Women. Through December 31.

In Washington, DC la Maison Française presents Paris: A Hundred Villages, a film series revolving around the City of Lights. Through October 23.

Last but not least, publicly and critically acclaimed French rapper and songwriter OrelSan embarks on a North America tour. Book fast (or enter the ticket giveaway for the New York concert). Some shows are already sold out. Toronto, Quebec City, Montreal, Boston, New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. September 17-29.


Try our recipe for tricornes au pâté Hénaff

Serve as apéritif bites or with a green salad as appetizer.

Ingredients (serves 4)
1 156-gram tin Le Pâté Hénaff
2 sheets puff pastry
1 egg yolk
2 Tbsp ground almonds

Cut puff pastry in equilateral triangles. Wet the triangle corners lightly. Lay one cube of pâté rolled in ground almonds in the center of each triangle. Bring triangle corners together over pâté then pinch lightly.
Brush tricornes with egg yolk mixed in a little cold water. Set aside for about 10 minutes.Preheat oven to 220ºC (430ºF). Bake for about 30 minutes, until tricornes turn golden.
Serve fresh from oven.