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Recipe For Grape And Blueberry Flaugnarde — 24 Comments

  1. Actually quite simple to make I think…must definitely try this one!!

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    • It is so versatile Lisa 🙂

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  2. This looks fabulous Tandy. I’ve never heard of a flaugnarde; so love learning about new recipes. It’s interesting that all the fruit remained on the top and did not sink/drop to the bottom. The presentation is beautiful.

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    • thank you Linda, I was quite impressed that the fruit did that as well 🙂

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  3. sounds very nice. I couldn’t see the picture 🙁 so will have to imagine it, and trust me it looks good 🙂

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    • Hi, I have put the pic in again (second time) so would you mind looking to see if it is there? Glad your imagination makes it look good 🙂

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  4. It sounds delicious, Tandy! I can unfortunately not see the picture!

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    • Thanks Zirkie – would you mind looking again and telling me if you can see it – I re inserted it 🙂

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  5. YUM! I’ve been seeing a lot of grapes being used in baking lately and I really dig the idea =D

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    • thanks Squishy! I love using grapes in my cooking 🙂

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  6. I already tasted a similar recipe using raspberries & strawberries! I absolutely love flaugnardes! Yours sounds even better!

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    • oh, I have to make one with raspberries!

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  7. Sounds delicious Tandy -a new one to me!

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    • hanks Tanya 🙂

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  8. I’ve never heard of a Flaugnarde before. Sounds so posh and very tasty too. 😉

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    • posh and tasty is a good way to describe it 🙂

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  9. Oh, yum! Not only a to-die-for word…I must take ‘flaugnarde’ off and use it in three sentences today – but a fantastic recipe to boot. Tandy, I always gain something great from my visits here. Thank you.

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    • thank you so much for the wonderful compliment Kate 🙂

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  10. Flaugnarde – what a fabulous word and so yummy too!

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    • I love the word as well!

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  11. Cant go wrong with a clafoutis my friend, that is delicious 😀
    And I’m with Roger – cannot see a photo either 🙁

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • thanks for telling me CCU – it should be there now 🙂

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  12. That sounds delicious and I know the Breton cake that you mentioned.Delicious, and I’d love to try the grape version. By the way, your picture hasn’t published – it’s just a white box.

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    • thanks for letting me know Roger – I reattached it – darn techies and my blog!

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