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- Marcolès - Cantal
- Renaud Darmanin
- Deadline for optimal use
- 6 months (15 days AO)
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Product Inspired by dulce de leche from South America, a continent that the chef is particularly fond of, this product requires only a few ingredients (organic milk from the Maison Rouge cooperative in Vitrac in the Cantal department and some sugar) and a great amount of skill. Chef’s advice A perfect accompaniment to waffles, crêpes or alfajores (treats...
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Product A rare and original product from apple and plum trees, it is harvested in March and April near Caussade in the Tarn-et-Garonne department by Joël Tardieu. Highly floral, it provides a touch of spring. It is fermented for a fortnight so that all its flavours burst out. Chef’s advice “With such an extraordinary taste, there’s no reason to cook with...