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Looking for a new gourmet way to cook your apples? Let us introduce you to Tarte Tatin! This dessert is originating from Centre-Val de Loire and was invented according to the legend by two sisters living in the region: Caroline and Stéphanie Tatin. This is how this cake took their name to be called tarte Tatin! 

The "poulet basquaise" is a culinary speciality originating from the traditional cuisine of the Basque country. It is recognized in particular thanks to the colours of the dish which are the same to the colours of the Basque flag (green, white and red).

A French alternative to Mac & Cheese? L'aligot is a dish made of Tomme cheese and smashed potatoes. Take a look at this easy recipe from Auvergne.

Like many other things in Bordeaux, the history of Cannelés is linked to the world of wine. In Bordeaux, it is said that the first cannelés were prepared at the end of the 17th century by nuns of the convent of the Annunciade in Bordeaux.

A dessert that recalls childhood, "le riz au lait" is a comforting dessert that reminds us of good memories.

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