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  • I think confetti is not the same thing as "confite" (candy), that is, trivia things.

    5TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PLAYA GIRON VICTORY

  • You dine in a vast vaulted whitewashed cloister or in the shady inner courtyard, while talented chef Philippe Gu é rin dishes up tasty regional specialties: Try the red mullet with lemon confite, olives and almonds, the Sisteron lamb topped with mascarpone sauce served with purple artichokes, and strawberries with basil and olive ice cream for dessert.

    Coasting High in Provence

  • I flung open the French windows on to the Promenade de Marcel Proust and rang for the best room service I've ever had – champagne with confite de daurade aux huîtres.

    Classic France: the insiders' guide

  • Everywhere could be seen confite, calvera, pan de muerto, and calacas —or candy, sugar skulls, “bread of the dead,” and miniature figurines of skeletons dressed in the clothes of the living.

    Masked

  • Everywhere could be seen confite, calvera, pan de muerto, and calacas —or candy, sugar skulls, “bread of the dead,” and miniature figurines of skeletons dressed in the clothes of the living.

    Masked

  • Any confite meats, such as duck confit or pork confit, are delicious in a crepe.

    Ratio

  • Joey makes a confite of tuna with extra virgin olive oil, crispy shallots and bacon.

    Jane McGivney: Top Chef: Redemption of the DoubleBitch Twins

  • Dates in confite, 56/825; in confetes, 166/11; capte with mynced ginger, 166/19.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • P {ar} tye gely/Creme of almond {es} [222]/dat {es} in confite/to rekeu {er} heele,

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • A roughly milled strawberry confite, the cold, frothy soup was kissed with lime and enriched with balsamic vinegar.

    the ulterior epicure

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