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Last Night I made my first Flamiche - Google says -

The French Flamiche aux Poireaux is a tasty leek pie originating from the Picardy region. It is believed to be the Picardy equivalent of the Quiche Lorraines since the typical leek pie is also a classic of family meals in Northern France. The plain yet tasty flamiche indeed exemplifies the irresistible French country food!

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Comment by Elaine de Saxe on March 15, 2019 at 13:08

Drooool! ;-)

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