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Roasted nectarine custard

Roasted nectarine custard

| August 30, 2014 | Reply

Juicy, sweet and ripe nectarines are now produced at its peak, ready to make a gorgeous summer dessert. Roasted nectarine custard is egg free, but to maximize the flavor and add a crunchy texture you have to add this biscuit base. It doesn’t need much help from the cook, but calls particular attention to the procedure; thereby to achieve the desired result/outcome.

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Milk and lemon create chemistry

Milk and lemon create chemistry

| May 7, 2014 | Reply

Milk and lemon create chemistry. The idea of making cheese at home seems to be an abandoned dream, since products have been commercially exposed.

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Jerusalem artichoke soup

Jerusalem artichoke soup

| December 4, 2012 | Reply

Jerusalem? Artichoke? Despite the name it has nothing to do with the common artichokes. On the contrary, it’s a variety of tubers. For that reason and to avoid confusion, people have recently started to refer it as sunchoke or sunroot. About the main point: Taste… we could say that it is related to artichokes in a delicate-sweet way, especially now available on their peak season.

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