The Canadian original series, French Food at Home invites you to share in a lifestyle that brings the magic of contemporary French food home. Witty and charming host Laura Calder makes cooking French easy, from bistro desserts to savory tarts to scrumptious sautés. Laura's enthusiasm inspires viewers to make simple and irresistible dishes like herb-crusted leg of lamb, smooth and smoky squash soup, and light-as-a-cloud chocolate orange mousse.

French Food at Home - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2007-03-29

French Food at Home - Cooking Channel - Netflix

Cooking Channel is an American cable channel owned by Discovery, Inc. The channel is a spin-off of Food Network, broadcasting programming related to food and cooking. As of February 2015, Cooking Channel is available to approximately 61,951,000 pay television households (53.2% of households with television) in the United States.

French Food at Home - As Fine Living - Netflix

The channel was announced by Scripps in 2001 and launched the following year as Fine Living (later Fine Living Network, FLN). The brand was positioned towards high-income viewers “who want guidance in helping spend their free time”, and featured a mix of lifestyle- and leisure-themed programming dealing with topics such as travel and adventure, finance, real estate, “everyday pursuits”, and technology. Scripps positioned Fine Living as a multi-platform brand, having launched a companion website, and purchasing a 49% stake in a free-circulation magazine that would be co-branded with the channel. Scripps planned to invest $100 million in original programming for Fine Living. In 2007, Fine Living acquired primetime encores of the syndicated series The Martha Stewart Show. The network later added Whatever, Martha!, a series featuring her daughter Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Hutt comedically riffing over footage from Martha Stewart Living.

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