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French Fridays: Les Petits Pots

Raise your hand if, at the back of your kitchen cupboards, you have a stash of little glass yoghurt pots that you carried back from France. Uh huh. I thought so. For the past decade or so, I’ve been to France at least once a year and on every trip, my first grocery haul from […]

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Baked honey cheesecake with a chocolate-hazelnut crust

Cheesecake. It’s one of my favourite desserts. I love baked cheesecake though sometimes it can be a little on the heavy side. I’m always on the lookout for ways to make my favourite desserts a little lighter so for this, my LAST post for Liberté, I wanted to experiment with their Honey Greek Yogurt 0% […]

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Up close tarte flambee with Liberte Greek yogurt on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Tarte flambée, Flammekueche, Flammkuchen

In French, it’s known as tarte flambée, in Alsatian it’s flammekueche, in German flammkuchen. Whatever you call it, it’s mouthwateringly good and we enjoyed a number of these last summer when we spent a week in Colmar in Alsace. Basically, it’s a VERY thin crust pizza topped with lardons (bacon strips), white onions and a […]

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Banana bread with granola and Greek yogurt

Breakfast – it’s one of the most important meals of the day and one I never skip.  I know for some people, though, it’s a challenge to pull together something healthy early in the morning amidst the rush of getting ready for work or getting kids ready for school.  Even Neil and I (who get […]

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Creamy minted pea and yogurt soup

Easter is in sight and so for my fourth post for Liberté, I wanted to offer you a little something for your holiday table. It’s a gorgeous chilled minted pea soup, rendered deliciously creamy with the addition of Liberté’s Plain Greek Yogurt o%. This soup was actually inspired by a chilled Turkish yogurt soup I tasted […]

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Chicons au gratin

As many of you who read this blog regularly know, one of my favourite things to do is try to recreate dishes I discover on my travels once I am home.  Today in my third post for Liberté, I’m recreating a classic Belgian dish – Chicons au gratin – basically endives wrapped in ham, slathered […]

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