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Why did we write our series Bonjour NeverLand?

That’s a question that is asked all the time. People are intrigued by the title; they also want to know why we joined efforts to write our story. It all started on a stormy night…, ah, ha. A very original … Continue reading

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Stuffed Zucchini

It is a delicious side perfect for keeping the company on your BBQ, grilled food, or Plancha. It’s so savory…, it’s finger leaking, too. Steps Wash the potatoes, then cut them into cubes and place them in a bowl with … Continue reading

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Ribera del Duero

Ribera del Duero is a red wine from the province of Castilla y Leon. It is regarded among the highest Spanish wine classifications (DO.) The grape grows on a high-level plateau, crossed by the river Duero. Two high-level mountain ranges … Continue reading

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Hamburger

The Mayonnaise Ingredients for 5 to 6 burgers Yoke of an egg Dijon mustard 1 soup spoon Olive oil 1 cup Sea salt crushed 1/8 of a teaspoon Pepper from mill to taste Wine vinegar 1 teaspoon The Steps In … Continue reading

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Peach Turkey

Your holiday or your home party gives it an amazing taste in a sweet and tangy peach glaze. The glaze creates a mouthwatering caramelized on a perfectly roasted bird. This roast turkey recipe in a sweet and tangy peach glaze … Continue reading

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Tempranillo

Tempranillo wine: A wine out of the beaten paths. Tempranillo with a luxuriant texture and a deep color of the greatest red Iberique wines. Those wines have a bigger body tannic, unveiling a wide aroma palette. Red fruit flavor is … Continue reading

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L’Entrecote

L’Entrecôte  The famous restaurant in the 17th arrondissement in Paris, near Porte Maillot, is a family business. Born in Toulouse has spread out in the Middle East and to Barcelona. What is the secret? The sauce is served with a … Continue reading

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Grafting

What the heck is that? What do you do with grafting? I had no idea… I just did find out the meaning of grafting while hopping from French wineries to wineries.  Grafting is a technique that joins the tissues of two … Continue reading

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Herbs for Life

Anthropologists believe that people began making healing ointments out of fragrant plants combined with olive oil and sesame oil as early as 7000 B.C. By the 28th century B.C., Egyptians were writing about herbs. The Sumerians followed with a written … Continue reading

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Fouées

When? Aperitif (Apero) Preparation time 1 h 15 m –– Cooking time 10 m Recipe For 10 Fouées Estimated cost: 0.21$ each Steps The origin of the fouées dates back to the Middle Ages. Rabelais mentions “Fouaces” in Gagantua in the 16th … Continue reading

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