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    French cookbook ZWT

    These are four recipes I could find for the French leg of our ZWT. 3 of them I have not tried personally, but have eaten. Wallis was our gorgeous homestay girl for 5 months and enjoyed cooking. Lucky for us, we enjoyed eating!

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    Our French homestay girls family's au gratin recipe. Cheese free. Serve with steak or grilled chicken.

    Recipe #483347

    Wallis was a lovely French homestay girl we had stay with us, this is her Aunties apple cake.

    Recipe #483336

    We were lucky enough to have a lovely French homestay girl live with us for 5 months, this is her grandmothers recipe.

    Recipe #483334

    This is a very simple and yummy side dish from France.

    Recipe #482047

    The creamy cheese sauce and the tender potatoes in this classic French dish combine to make a deliciously addictive experience. It's a great side dish with a roast pork loin or beef tenderloin. Add a green salad and French bread, and you have a wonderful dinner. To avoid lumps in your sauce, add the milk just a little at a time as you stir the flour and butter. Experiment with different cheeses for variety."

    Recipe #482036

    This is a quick and easy dessert. It is the bomb. I love the combination of pears, almonds and candied ginger. I got this recipe from my aunt...it is too die for. Hope that you enjoy it as much as we have. We use a shortbread pie crust for this recipe, feel free to use your favorite.

    Recipe #367871

    Okay here it is, my personal favourite mousse. I made this for my husband on our second date. We were married 5 months later, easy and fantastic.

    Recipe #214477

    This recipe is from About French Food.com This sponge cake can be enjoyed with any seasonal fruit, and in Savoy, it's traditional to drizzle a bit of crème anglaise over it.

    Recipe #483649


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