Le pot au feu: Journal de cuisine pratique et d'économie domestique, later called Le pot au feu et les Bonnes recettes réunis (1929-1956), was a biweekly cooking magazine in quarto format published in Paris from 1893 to 1956, and addressed primarily to bourgeois housewives. Its publisher was Saint-Ange Ébrard.
In the early years, each issue began with a cooking lesson written by a professional chef. It might also include recipes, menus, and short articles. Ébrard's wife also wrote a column under the name "La Vieille Catherine".
Many of the recipes published in Le pot au feu were collected into the book La bonne cuisine de Madame E. Saint-Ange.
There was also a magazine called Le Pot au feu, later renamed Journal pittoresque de gastronomie et d'économie domestique, which may or may not be related.