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Ready in:

2 hours 35 min.

Cost:

21.8 $CA

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Starters

Mixed salad stack :

A stack ("pressé" in French) can be made of sliced vegetables or other ingredients piled up and pressed in a ring mould to keep them in shape. The ring is removed before serving.

This stack consists of tomato, avocado, red onion, hard-boiled egg and anchovy fillets. Serve surrounded with with a drizzle of vinaigrette dressing.

Ready in: 30 min.
Cost: 4.8 $CA

Mixed salad stack

Main course

Melting Epoisses on toast :

Lightly buttered bread, a slurp of dry white wine, cured ham, sliced potato and a piece of Epoisse. A few minutes in the oven is enough to melt the cheese over the potatoes and crisp up the bread.

Ready in: 1 hour 26 min.
Cost: 12.0 $CA

Melting Epoisses on toast

Desserts

Pain perdu :

This is a sweet French version of "eggy bread": slices of bread soaked in a mixture of milk, cream, egg yolks and vanilla sugar, then pan-fried until golden. It's really simple and wickedly delicious!

Ready in: 39 min.
Cost: 4.9 $CA

Pain perdu

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