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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

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

    For the love of Reblochon..

  • 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...

    l'epicerie

  • 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

  • If you're not beaten as I was by the cheese-heavy menus at Les Chottes and Cabane du Mont Fort restaurants on the hill, sample more mountains of locally produced cheese at Nendaz's La Cabane, where fromageophiles can busy themselves with raclette, fondue and tartiflette.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Same goes for local dishes - like tartiflette in France, or the plat du jour, which will always be cheaper than regular main courses - if halved they're much more reasonable.

    The Guardian World News

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

    June 13, 2010