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  • n. Plural form of confit.


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  • She admits, however, that the demi-glaces, confits and garnishes she relies on are out of most grandmothers' leagues.

    Rolled Chicken With Fontina and Sage

  • The Reflets de France line includes some 300 products, such as cheeses, confits, jams and vermouth, from all regions of the country.

    Ocado Posts a Profit, Sets Carrefour Tie

  • There will be stews and confits and cassoulets; there will be black pudding and rabbit and tranche de tête de veau pané gribiche.

    Pierre Koffmann: 'Not enough British chefs cook from the heart'

  • On the other hand, I adore pates and sausages, rilletes and bacon, confits et. al. and the general topic of preserving.


  • She craved bistro food, duck confits and potatoes and lardons, vegetables swooning in butter.

    Dreaming in French

  • After lunch everyone moved into the conserverie, a 20-year-old antiseptic one-story building with a walk-in cold chamber plus separate rooms for cutting up the carcasses, deveining and processing the livers, cooking the confits and rillettes, and sterilizing and sealing jars and cans.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • The shelves hold jars and jars of it: duck, goose, whole liver, pts, confits, rillettes and whatever else can be produced from one of these fattened birds.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • In that one-room shop, located in the building where the foie gras, confits, rillettes and other goose products are prepared, white porcelain geese of various sizes lined the shelves.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • Myriam liberally sprinkled salt over the meat to cure it overnight; the following morning we would prepare and jar our confits.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • I was in the kitchen preparing daurade aux citrons confits when Jacques came into the kitchen to pass on two new table orders.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey


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