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Recipe of the week:

Gratin with Parmesan flavours

Gratin with Parmesan flavours

For this gratin recipe, we're going to use Parmesan cheese crumbles, which will find a final, practical use.

You'll have a potato and cauliflower gratin, with delicious Parmesan flavours, but without actually using any.

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Calendar of seasons

In April...

Just coming into season: Pineapples, Spinach, Leek, Garlic, Globe artichokes, Aubergines (eggplants), Carrots, Cabbage,
PineapplesSpinachGlobe artichokesAubergines (eggplants)

In season: Grapefruit, Kiwi, Bananas, Endives (head of chicory), Beetroot, Brussels sprouts, Morbier, Mont-d'Or,
GrapefruitKiwiBananasEndives (head of chicory)Beetroot

End of season for: Oranges, Red cabbage,
OrangesRed cabbage

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