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March 22, 2021, 07:57 AM
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Today, I'm going to present another recipe.
Look at the photo below.
Vasudev and humbert have certainly never seen anything like this. This dish is called "cassoulet".



March 23, 2021, 09:39 PM
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Today, I'm going to present another recipe.

How do you find the time to cook these meals? I assume it can't be done in just a few minutes.

March 24, 2021, 11:55 AM
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How do you find the time to cook these meals? I assume it can't be done in just a few minutes.
That's right. But since I'm 100% teleworking, I have more time to cook and present some recipes on the forum.

Now look at this photo below.


It's probably the most exquisite blue cheese you could find. Maybe shadow.97 or Vasudev know what it is: it is called Roquefort.
Roquefort is a soft, crumbly cheese with a sharp, tangy taste. It can only be made in caves in the south of France, where it undergoes a lengthy aging process. It’s also made from unpasteurized sheep’s milk.
humbert has certainly never seen this in Texas since it is not legal in America (because it's made of unpasteurized sheep’s milk). Likewise, Camembert, Crottin and Bleu are banned in the US.

March 26, 2021, 12:26 PM
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Look at the photo below.
This is certainly an everyday recipe for Vasudev, humbert and shadow.97.
It looks like a soup because there might be too much sauce, but it is actually a couscous.
Couscous is an icon food in northern Africa for dietary and cultural reasons.


March 27, 2021, 01:43 PM
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Look at the photo below.
You can see a small wheel of a smelly French cheese. This cheese is called Camembert.
The fresh Camembert cheese is bland, hard and crumbly in texture. As the cheese matures it forms a smooth, runny interior and a white bloomy rind that is typical to Camenbert cheese.

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April 14, 2021, 12:13 PM
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Look at the photo below. I'm going to talk about a new recipe.
shadow.97, Vasudev and aa1234779 have certainly never seen anything like this.

What you see is a Coq au vin or "rooster with wine". This is a French dish of chicken braised with wine, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, and optionally garlic. In this case, it is a flashy and elegant red Corbières wine that was chosen.