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  • Croque monsieur
    Croque monsieur

    Croque monsieur is traditionally a warm toast, with cheese and ham between two slices of white bread. Who doesn’t love blissfully crispy croques?  According to the Petit Robert dictionary, the name dates to around 1960. The dish originated in French cafés and bars as a quick snack. The name comes from the French words croque (“bite”) and monsieur (“mister”). A croque monsieur served with a poached or lightly fried egg on top is known as a croque madame, or in some parts of Normandy: a croque-à-cheval.In the United Kingdom, a ham-and-cheese hot snack is called a toastie. So if you are very hungry, but you have little time to prepare dinner, then a croque is quick…

  • Tomato and mozzarella mousse
    Tomato and mozzarella mousse

    This Tomato and mozzarella mousse, is a delightful and fresh appetizer, especially in a hot summer. It brings Italy into your house and welcomes your guests along with that summer feeling. You will have it made in no time. Tomato and mozzarella mousse 4 tomatoes half a shallot, chopped 1 ball of mozzarella with moisture tapenade of black olives Olive oil 4 fresh basil leaves Pepper and salt Peel and deseed the tomatoes and cut them into cubes. Chop the shallot. Cut 4 basil leaves into strips. Mix the tomatoes with shallot, basil, pepper and salt. Mix the ball of mozzarella with the liquid and season with white pepper. Place in the refrigerator for a few minutes. Divide the tomato salad…

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