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    Nutrition Facts

    Calculated for 1 serving of each recipe
    The following items are not included below.

    Cognac

    Fresh Coffee & Petits Fours

    Chevre

    Port Salut

    Roquefort

    Camembert

    Pan-Fried Butter & Citrus Glazed Carrots

    French Bread

    Pastis

    Kir Royal


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    Amount Per Serving %DV
    Calories 2995
    Calories from Fat 1567 (52%)
    Total Fat 174.2g 267%
    Saturated Fat 86.7g 433%
    Monounsaturated Fat 58.5g
    Polyunsaturated Fat 17.4g
    Trans Fat 0.0g
    Cholesterol 515mg 171%
    Sodium 1354mg 56%
    Potassium 5634mg 160%
    Total Carbohydrate 289.6g 96%
    Dietary Fiber 31.8g 127%
    Sugars 99.7g
    Protein 85.3g 170%

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    From Elmotoo

    On Jul 11, 2007

    Ahhhhh...sounds lovely! What? No Pineau des Charentes??? I know I'll never get that long lazy meal here in the States. Our last meal in Paris was 3 1/2 hours at a restaurant. The waitress thought it was hysterical. We'd just keep ordering courses - slowly. The cheese board between the meal & dessert is the greatest so you CAN indeed finish your wine! I think that is the whole purpose, yes? Because I tend not to drink a lot WHILE I am eating. And I have made the dessert you mentioned & it is DELICIOUS! I hope to recreate some European memories during my summer meals in Maine. You should come help with these memories. Miss you!!

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    On Feb 18, 2010

    Oh là là! Vive la France et les Français! Ils savent bien comment un repas devrait se faire. Absolument merveilleux!

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