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Coffret de dégustation •  Gourmandise Château Péchot

Par pot de 2 ou de 4, ces coffrets découverte vous permettent d'apprécier ou de faire connaître plusieurs parfums.
Nos confitures sont un peu insolites : confit de thym, confit de gentiane, confit de fleurs de Sureau, confiture de poires au Thym... C'est pourquoi toutes ces saveurs originales et délicieuse méritent d'être partagées !

Origine : Aulhat Saint Privat (63), Auvergne.

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Duck confit is ineded one of the most decadent dishes ever. I haven't made any myself but do order it every few months when I am out. When cooked expertly, it it tastes so devine and not "fatty" at all. Then I go for a walk too :-), 2012-12-01

Duck confit is ineded one of the most decadent dishes ever. I haven't made any myself but do order it every few months when I am out. When cooked expertly, it it tastes so devine and not "fatty" at all. Then I go for a walk too :-)

That is awesome the whole story! We ended up not mankig our salad because several guests showed up with unexpected, massive quantities of food, and I decided I didn't want to waste anything more than was already being wasted. Your salad sounds delicious., 2012-12-01

That is awesome the whole story! We ended up not mankig our salad because several guests showed up with unexpected, massive quantities of food, and I decided I didn't want to waste anything more than was already being wasted. Your salad sounds delicious.

Wow...cassoulet...just thinking about makes me savilate. Mmmmmm....oh wait, where was I? There is hardly anything better to warm up with in winter. Yours looks (and sounds) delish! Also for others, this is one of those dishes that is perfect with red wines from the same region...southwest France or the Rhone Valley. I've never made it but I suddenly feel properly inspired...thanks!!, 2012-12-03

Wow...cassoulet...just thinking about makes me savilate. Mmmmmm....oh wait, where was I? There is hardly anything better to warm up with in winter. Yours looks (and sounds) delish! Also for others, this is one of those dishes that is perfect with red wines from the same region...southwest France or the Rhone Valley. I've never made it but I suddenly feel properly inspired...thanks!!

James, Thank you. I heard different types of beans can be used, but I just used the Great Northerns. I haven't heard of the Tarbias beans. I'll have to do a lttile googling.Pam, the confit is easy. You'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner. It just takes requires a lengthy cooking time., 2012-12-03

James, Thank you. I heard different types of beans can be used, but I just used the Great Northerns. I haven't heard of the Tarbias beans. I'll have to do a lttile googling.Pam, the confit is easy. You'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner. It just takes requires a lengthy cooking time.

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