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French Onion Soupe

French Onion Soupe

With this cold weather I suggest you a classic from the French cuisine, onion soup also called bistro halls of Paris soupe. A very tasty soup with onion and croutons. Remember to put the onions in the freezer for few minutes before chopping them or !!!!!!!!!!...

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Apricot and Honey Souffle

Apricot and Honey Souffle

Today I share with you this very light, fluffy and easy to prepare dessert . It's very easy to make a souffle but the hardest part for me is taking pictures when the soufflé is still up .. lol ... XXXX Ingredients : 55g sugar 4 apricots ( 200g ) 60ml...

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Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken Tikka Masala ( mixed spices ) is a very popular Indian dish in England. T he politician Robin Cook described it as " true national dish of the United Kingdom , not only because it's the most popular , but also because it is a perfect image of...

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Apple and Custard Cake

Apple and Custard Cake

Today I share with you this very light and sweet apple cake with two custards . I added a layer of homemade custard in the middle of the cake and custard powder to the mix to give the cake a better taste and a beautiful color. XXXXX Ingredients: 200g...

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Cheese and Mushrooms Gougere

Cheese and Mushrooms Gougere

A Gougère or a savoury choux pastry with cheese and parsley with mushroom and white sauce, is that I share with you today. A puffed, golden and crispy gougere, very tasty served as an appetizer or as a main dish. XXXXX Ingredients: 300 ml water 60g butter...

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Happy New Year 2011...

Happy New Year 2011...

For the end of this year, my family joins me in wishing you all my visitors a wonderful year 2011 : may health , love and success accompany you in all your projects . May this year be full of happiness, prosperity and joy for you and your family ... Happy...

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Seville Orange Marmalade

Seville Orange Marmalade

You can find very good marmalades in any supermarket but nothing beats a good homemade marmalade . We can use any oranges but the intense flavour and bitterness of the Seville oranges give it a unique taste . With the flu and colds about these days ,...

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Crumpets, Marry Berry's Recipe

Crumpets, Marry Berry's Recipe

English Crumpets Crumpets just as Scones (recipe here) are traditional British tea-time treats. Crumpets are generally eaten hot with butter with or without a second (sweet or savoury) topping. Popular second toppings are cheese, honey, poached egg, jam...

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