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  • noun Plural form of confiture.

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Examples

  • Incidentally, Christine Ferber, la fée des confitures or jam fairy of Alsace, uses a similar method – and her jam is swooned over by the likes of Alain Ducasse.

    How to make perfect strawberry jam

  • The techniques I learned from pastry chef Christine Ferber, France's queen of confitures, and from my chefs at the French Pastry School, have almost nothing in common but fruit and sugar with what I had learned in the past.

    Flora Lazar: 4 Big Myths About Jam-Making

  • Except, as I discovered recently, for a few like French pastry chef Christine Ferber, known by the culinary cognoscenti as the queen of confitures.

    Flora Lazar: The Queen of Confitures

  • Nothing in Ferber's village of 585 would suggest it is the cultural capital of confitures.

    Flora Lazar: The Queen of Confitures

  • On the table: vanilla latte, fresh squeezed orange juice, soft boiled egg, grilled ham and Swiss croissant with side of greens and an assortment of breads and confitures.

    Seattle Bon Vivant:

  • On the table: vanilla latte, fresh squeezed orange juice, soft boiled egg, grilled ham and Swiss croissant with side of greens and an assortment of breads and confitures.

    Greetings from Studio City, California!

  • Only the shelves of jars containing exotic combinations of the region's produce, such as rhubarb with acacia honey and rosemary, provide any hint that this at times barely audible fourth generation pastry chef presides below over a staff of thirty creating confitures for Paris 'fashionable Hotel Crillon, the revered restaurateur Alain Ducasse, and pastry trend-setter Pierre Herme.

    Flora Lazar: The Queen of Confitures

  • On the table: vanilla latte, fresh squeezed orange juice, soft boiled egg, grilled ham and Swiss croissant with side of greens and an assortment of breads and confitures.

    Greetings from Studio City, California!

  • In the Gourmet Cookbook, I saw a recipe for Nectarine Preserves with Basil, which used low-sugar pectin, shunned by both Ms Taylor and Christine Ferber, the french confitures expert, who uses her own apple jelly with her recipes for lower pectin fruits.

    Toast:

  • In the Gourmet Cookbook, I saw a recipe for Nectarine Preserves with Basil, which used low-sugar pectin, shunned by both Ms Taylor and Christine Ferber, the french confitures expert, who uses her own apple jelly with her recipes for lower pectin fruits.

    White Peaches and Basil Preserves

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