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M'explique qu'il faut peser la barquette pour l'enlever au poids de la bouffe (normal quoi) pis elle sert la Madame!
Just for fun, I've used this mix to form two other shapes - a small barquette and a small pyramid - each easily consumed in a bite or two.
Neither would it be interesting to state the especial half-day, day, or successive days we went without eating, meanwhile; suffice it to say, the morning of the 10th of June found us at the mouth of a small creek upon the right shore, about two hundred miles below the Fort, — having been thirty-five days en barquette, and without eating for full one third of that time!
To serve, place a large tablespoon of whipped cream on one side of a serving bowl to support the barquette.
Take 8 to 10 (3 ½-inch) barquette molds or 8 to 10 4-inch round tart pans and fill with cookie dough to an even thickness of 1/8 to ¼ inch.
un concombre trois tomates une boîte de maïs un reste de poivron une barquette de feta un reste de fromate à pâte dure genre Gruyère qui traînait au fond du frigo
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