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Food recipes

Faisselle verrines with candied vegetables

As a starter or as an aperitif, these small verrines are very tasty. Ingredients for 4 people: 2 carrots 1 onion 1 turnip½ bunch of radish 4 cloves of garlic 3 tsp. tablespoons olive oil 4 small pots of faisselle at 0 Salt, freshly ground pepper Preparation: 20 min - Cooking: 10 min - Peel the carrots, onion and turnip.
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Dishes

Osso bucco with carrots and baby turnips

Osso bucco is a typical dish of the Milanese region, at the same time deliciously flavored, tender and easy to make.Ingredients for 4 people: 4 thick slices of veal shank with bones4 peeled tomatoes2 turnips4 carrots2 cloves of garlic2 onions1 glass of white wine The juice of an orange and a lemon Based on veal shank and small vegetables, here is an original recipe for osso bucco.
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Fish / shellfish

Salmon steak mirrored with red wine

Deliciously flavored, this recipe for salmon steak and its red wine sauce is a treat Ingredients for 4 people: 600 g of salmon fillets with skin 800 g of fairly small leeks 100 g of button mushrooms 1 carrot 200 g of shallots 1 onion 150 g of butter5 cl of liquid cream75 cl of Loire red wine1 / 2 liter of freeze-dried fish stock1 tsp.
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Garden flowers

Hordeum jubatum: barley with mane

Maned barley in summary: Latin name: Hordeum jubatum Common name: Maned barley Family: Poaceae Type: Grass Port: Arched tuft Height: 30 cm (up to 80 cm in bloom) Plant density: 6 to 8 feet / m² Exposure: Sunny Soil: Any type, but well drained Flowering: July, August Hordeum jubatum is an annual grass that flowers in summer.
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Trees and shrubs

Aronia: the black fruit chokeberry

Chokeberry is a small shrub that offers pretty edible berries from summer to winter.In summary, what you should know: Name: Aronia melanocarpaFamily: RosaceaeType: Fruit shrubHeight: 1.5 to 3 mExposition: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFoliage: Deciduous - Flowering: April - Harvest: August Mainly delighting birds, it is often cultivated more for its ornamental than fruitful aspect.
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