Friday, 14 June 2013

"VINUM REGUM, REX VINORUM" AND CHEDDAR MARSHMALLOW with dusted Cèpes (EXPRESS RECIPE)




24 comments:

  1. I like the story about tokaj. I personally find it a little heavy and quite strong. Anna

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    1. Sure Anna. It is a "dessert" wine so different. Best, Sixte

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  2. Nice cheddar recipe. I am going to the shop to buy the ingredients. Nina

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    1. Good. I am sure you will enjoy it... Sixte

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  3. Tokaj, what a nice after dinner drink. Not very popular here, but very nice. Samantha

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  4. Do they sell Tokaj in the supermarkets? Pam

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    1. Yes Pam. You can find some at Waitrose, Marks and Spencer or whole Foods. Sixte

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  5. Good cheese recipe. Will try it. Natalie

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  6. Love the recipe. Will look for the Tokaj. Am always keen to try new things. Amy

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    1. Good Amy. Let me know how it went... Sixte

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  7. Was sweet, heavier wine more popular in the past centuries? Martha

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    1. I am not quite sure, taste are so different. Romans introduced wine making to England, and even tried to grow grapes! Sixte

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  8. Great! Cheese in the dessert! I love it! Megan

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  9. I like all your express recipes. Thank you for them. Pascale

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  10. I would like to express my thanks for the express recipes. Well done Sixte. Rose

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  11. Intriguing dessert. I am tempted to make it. Pauline

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    1. It's not really a dessert but not really a starter either. It is marshmallow but not in plain strawberry or lemon, it's with cheddar this time. Just try!! Best, Sixte

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  12. Just tried it at dinner
    It is extremely delicious,simple and "supersonic"
    My kids tried it and loved it
    Finally I found the blog that I was looking for
    Thank you Sixte
    Emma

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    1. You are really welcome Emma. Best, Sixte

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