Friday, 3 May 2013

ROQUEFORT, APPLE AND FETA, MINT CAKES



12 comments:

  1. Gosh! Very unusual combination of tastes. I wouldn't have come up with these recipes in a million years. One learns every day. I must try them immediately. Experimental Fi

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  2. I am sure you will adore them... Thank you for your visit...Sixte

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  3. The word "cake" is associated in my mind with the sweet taste. It is interesting to know a different approach. No surprise French are the leaders in food preparation. I am inclined to try your recipe. Best, Margaret

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    1. Hello Margaret. It is why I specified "salted cake" and we tend to to a lot of those in France for buffet. I am waiting for your verdict... Thank you. Sixte

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  4. The verdict is 10 out of 10. I am not sure how they suppose to taste prepared by the specialist, but my family liked mint and feta cake made by me.. Will try other recipes soon. Well done, Sixte. Margaret

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    1. Thank you very much Margaret for your nice comment ! Sixte

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  5. I am amazed by the originality of your recipes. Should they being served as a main meal or a starter? I will try them this weekend. Camilla

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    1. Thank you very much Camilla for your nice words... Perfect for a main meal with a green salad, a buffet or as an apéritif... Sixte

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  6. Hello Sixte, savoury cakes are a new thing in my cooking. I enjoy preparing them and my hungry family accepted them. Win - win situation. Merci. Tanya

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    1. Merci beaucoup Tanya. I am really pleased to hear that you enjoyed cooking them... Sixte

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  7. Dear cooking guru, I am impressed by your new approach to food and its preparation. With you cooking is fun and a delight to eat. Continue blogging. Impressed Irene

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