Difficulty - Easy
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Preparation: 10min - Baking : 18mn

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Fresh spring asparagus are lightly steamed and then drizzled with a lemon-olive oil vinaigrette, crumbled goat cheese, radishes and fresh chives. This is a delightful salad to serve for lunch with warm crusty bread, or as part of a larger dinner.
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Preparation time: 20min - Baking : 10mn

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As an appetizer or as an original main course, these bowls filled are filled with a creamy mixture that combines the delicious taste of Boursault with the freshness of cucumber and the teasingly subtle flavors of coriander and chive.
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The unique, tangy flavor of goat cheese is unmistakable in this elegant Cobb Salad, which combines grilled chicken, buttery avocado, ripe tomatoes, crunchy lettuce and creamy goat cheese. Goat cheese is also a key ingredient in the savory herb dressing. This salad is hearty enough to be served as a main course, accompanied by biscuits or a crusty loaf of bread.
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Preparation : 20mn - Baking : 12mn

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Preparation : 10" - Baking : 10"

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Serve this extravagant (yet oh-so-easy) dessert as the perfect ending to a special dinner party...with, of course, a bottle of Champagne!

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The buttery flavor of St André cheese makes this dish irresistible. Yet, it's sinfully simple to make, and cleanup is a breeze. Because St André melts quickly, be sure yours is very cold before stuffing it in the chicken. You can even freeze the cheese for a few minutes beforehand.

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Preparation : 15” - Baking : 20”