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Flank of Saint-Marcellin, herb salad

Here is a Saint-Marcellin-based recipe for a gourmet starter that can even serve as a light dish Ingredients for 4 people: 300 g of Saint-Marcellin 15 cl of liquid cream (30 of fat) 3 eggs 1 pinch of nutmeg 15 g of butter 2 tbsp. tablespoon parsley2 tsp. of chervil 2 tsp.
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Information

Potatoes stuffed with fresh cheese

Here is an excellent recipe for potatoes stuffed with fresh cheese to enjoy with a green salad, quite simply… Ingredients for 4 people: 4 large potatoes 2 slices of ham 1 onion 20 g of semi-salted butter 1 jar of fresh cheese like Madame Loïc ®Sel Freshly ground pepper Preheat the oven to 250 ° C (th.
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Dishes

Flank steak with shallot and mashed potatoes.

Here is the delicious recipe for flank steak with shallot and mashed potatoes in butter Ingredients for 4 people: 800 g of potatoes 85 g of semi-salted butter 10 cl of crème fraîche 4 sprigs of parsley (for dressing) 3 shallots 600 g flank steak in 4 slices 5 cl cider vinegar Shallots and parsley.
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Gardening

Zamioculcas: the ZZ plant

Zamioculcas is a superb indoor plant native to tropical Africa, easy to grow and decorative.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Zamioculcas zamiifoliaFamily: AraceaeType: Indoor plantHeight: 0.5 to 1 m in interior Exposure: Bright Soil: Soil Foliage: Evergreen Maintenance, repotting, watering or even exposure, are all small gestures that will make your zamioculcas even more beautiful.
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Gardening

Legumes, good on the plate and in the garden

Beans, peas, lentils, soya… Legumes have a butterfly-shaped flower, roots that fix nitrogen in the soil and seeds rich in protein. In short, that's good! Eaten fresh (green beans, snow peas, green peas ...) or dry (lentils, beans, soybeans, split peas, chickpeas ...), the seeds produced by the great fabaceae family have many qualities. nutritional, somewhat forgotten today in favor of meat.
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Plants and Health

Persimmon: a fruit with multiple benefits

From its botanical name "Diospyros kaki", it can be recognized by its great similarity to the tomato. Its skin is smooth and orange to red in color depending on the variety and the degree of maturity. A tree of the Ebénaceae family and native to China, persimmon is still called persimmon. Of the same name, its fuit is also called “figue caque”, “plaquemine” or “persimon”.
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