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  • There's a chilled pea soup, with a burst of wild mint and a soothing dollop of creme fraiche which is light and bright and fresh.

    Best UK Restaurant 2010: The Kitchin, Edinburgh

  • Kristi, hesitating to question your French definitions, a check into a very thick Larousse dictionary showed a somewhat lengthy definition of "fraiche", all representing senses more or less opposite of "sour" as in "creme fraiche".

    mousse - French Word-A-Day

  • I make yoghurt, sour cream, and creme fraiche which is just "weak" sour cream in winter by keeping the containers near my furnace vents.


  • I have a strong and disturbing urge to make a no-bake mango cheesecake. unfortunately, i don't have any mangos, canned mango puree, heavy cream, cream cheese, creme fraiche, mascarpone, ricotta, or anything like that, but if I did? it would be on. media: (France Inter) 2 parfaits mélanges un ange vole? link memories

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  • In the supermarket refrigerated dairy case, you will also find crema para la mesa (similar to creme fraiche) and crema acidificada (sour cream).


  • Custard: 3 cups crème fraiche, 4 whole eggs, 1 tbsp vanilla, 2 tsp cinnamon, ½ tsp nutmeg, ½ tsp salt

    Cooking for the Commander in Chief

  • Its salmon and scrambled eggs $14 are served on rye bread, but topped with lime crème fraiche and served with cinnamon-honey roasted tomatoes.

    Tweaking the Latkes

  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The salmon and scrambled eggs, shown here, are served on rye bread with lime crème fraiche and cinnamon-honey roasted tomatoes.

    A Jewish Brunch

  • Puree the soup, serve with a dollop of creme fraiche on top and a shot of sherry on the side for diners to gently stir in for individual taste.

    stagiaire - French Word-A-Day

  • He was walking around the tasting with a smile on his face and a ceremonial copper ladle draped from his neck—at least I think that's what the piece of kitchen equipment was—judging between entries heaped with smoked brisket or groaning under caviar and crème fraiche.

    Trumping the Terrorists' Rage


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