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  • The Lodge at Verbier Clockwise from top left, the Heinz Julen Loft in Zermatt, Switzerland; For some skiers heading to the slopes, the chance to tackle virgin snow and indulge in excessive tartiflette and vin chaud is enough of a lure.

    From Hot Tubs to Haute Cuisine

  • The other cheese beloved in Savoie, the smelly, oozing reblochon, is the star of a Savoyard specialty: the famous tartiflette.

    Savoie the Fair

  • Hmph. For now, I'll enjoy it vicariously through you -- and yes, do try tartiflette!

    For the love of Reblochon..

  • He started ! with the tartiflette tartine, which deserves an exclamation of quelle violence, especially before noon:Cheese, pototoes, and lardons smothering the bread...

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • He started ! with the tartiflette tartine, which deserves an exclamation of quelle violence, especially before noon:Cheese, pototoes, and lardons smothering the bread...

    l'epicerie

  • Im happy to hear your praises of tartiflette, it does sound extremely good ..

    For the love of Reblochon..

  • It was the first time I ate tartiflette, a heavy potato, cheese and bacon casserole, and it was delicious.

    Chez Maurice Le Bourgogne

  • Excellent tartiflette is often on the menu at a very unpretentious little bistro on Ave Ledru-Rollin, 12eme.

    Chez Maurice Le Bourgogne

  • The previous evening, a “quiet night in” to eat curry with friends spontaneously combusted into an all night chatfest, after which I slept on the couch, stayed for both a midday breakfast and an afternoon tartiflette.

    gmale

  • It was the first time I ate tartiflette, a heavy potato, cheese and bacon casserole, and it was delicious.

    Archive 2006-12-01

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  • A creamy potato and reblochon cheese melt from the Savoie region of France.

    June 13, 2010