Category: Gourmet Food Information

Bergamotes de Nancy – Unique, Delicious, Traditional French Candy

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              It’s no secret that France is the birthplace of some of the best foods – everything from bread to cheese to tasty confections. The French are masters at taking unique ingredients and creating indescribably good foods that you’ll want to enjoy for years and years to come. One […]

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Festive Touch: Cooking With Champagne Vinegar

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        Not all holiday food should be heavy and starchy.  Some should be light, fizzy and easy on the waistline too!  Champagne vinegar is a great way to add a festive touch to something as simple as a salad. Champagne vinegar is light colored, and delicately flavored. Light, crisp and acidic it […]

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Seasonal Offerings at Touch of Europe

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        Ah, Fall! The leaves are turning and the weather is chilling. The spirit of the holidays is making its way into the air and many of our favorite seasonal items are making their way to our warehouse. While the majority of our items can be enjoyed all year-round – others are […]

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Confit, Cassoulet, Rillettes and other weird French words for ‘Good Food’

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        At the suggestion of one of my colleagues, below is some information on some of the foods we sell – their names may be hard to pronounce, and may not sound very appetizing to some, but trust us, this is good, good stuff! If you’ve traveled or even lived in Europe […]

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Recipe: Panna Cotta with Carambar Sauce – Easy!

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Preparation Time: 15 Minutes Cooking Time: 5 Minutes Serves four. Another great holiday recipe, using the famous French Carambars.  And Panna Cotta is easy but a lovely dessert for any dinner party. This recipe is from the French site Marmiton. Ingredients: 25 cl of whipping cream (just a tad over 1 cup) 25 cl of […]

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