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Notre beurre de cacahuète suscite l'enchantement des papilles avec sa pâte onctueuse, très gourmande et légèrement craquante. Agrémenté de petits grains de cacahuètes, il apporte non seulement plaisir gourmand mais aussi d'indéniables vertus nutritionnelles.
Notre boutique de vente en ligne a le plaisir de vous faire découvrir ce beurre de cacahuète artisanal disponible en pot de 200g.

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Idéales au goûter, succulentes au petit-déjeuner, notre Pâte à tartiner artisanale accompagne onctueusement tartines de pain, crêpes, gaufres, desserts et autres douceurs. Élaborée de façon artisanale par nos Maîtres Artisans Chocolatiers, notre pâte à tartiner a fait l’objet d’une attention toute particulière dans la sélection des ingrédients. Soucieux de l’environnement et de la santé, nous avons créé une recette SANS HUILE DE PALME et SANS MATIÈRE GRASSE HYDROGÉNÉES alliant plaisir et santé.
Retombez en enfance en dégustant cette pâte à tartiner chocolat lait noisette ultra gourmande !
Notre boutique de vente en ligne a le plaisir de vous faire découvrir cette pâte à tartiner artisanale disponible en pot de 200g.

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A generous marmalade made of navel oranges harvested at full maturity in the region of Valencia, Spain. It is the most noble of oranges with a juicy interior, a fine pulp, and its natural abundance of sweetness.
Maison Francis Miot created this sweet recipe to counterbalance its Bitter Orange Marmalade from Seville. The delicious, tangy taste of orange that has been softened with cane sugar makes for the ideal preserve on your must-have morning toast.

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A preserve made of kiwi and lime juice at the base with cane sugar.
If you like citrus, you will love this kiwi preserve, made in an artisanal fashion that is first steeped in lime juice and sugar, then gently simmered. To enjoy on toasted bread or brioche, or to use as an accompaniment for a plate of cheese…
A delicious and original kiwi preserve recipe to be discovered and rediscovered by our guests !

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Title: Blue Ribbon – Best Specialty of France –51th Salon Intersuc in 2006
Recipe: White chocolate paste rolled by hand, filled with prunes and raisins, coated with dark chocolate then flavored with Armagnac.
Grafted in 1507, the plum of Damascus (Syria) becomes the plum d'ente which, dried, becomes the prune that Agen city in France has made its specialty. Their name "Plums of Monsieur" comes from the brother of Louis XIV, the Duke of Orleans, who was called "Monsieur". He was fond of prunes d'ente (plum with which we make prunes) to the point of catching indigestion. These are the plums of Monsieur: so good, they are tasted endlessly!
This confectionery with a soft and supple texture reveals the aromas of the South-West of France. It surprises and delights gourmets fond of the flavors of Gascony. This specialty of character will perfectly end a meal.

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Title: Blue Ribbon – 46th Salon Intersuc in 2001. Homemade recipe, worked during the competition of Jean-Pierre Richard, Meilleur Ouvrier de France Chocolatier 1990.
Recipe: Milk chocolate interior, almond praline, thin biscuit, orange zest, covered in white chocolate. This irresistible chocolate was created as an homage to Marguerite de Valois, more commonly known as Queen Margot, the first wife to the good king, Henri IV.
A woman of immense beauty who was passionate about love, the Queen of France and Navarre seduced quite a few lovers. Legend has it that “Margot” wore plunging necklines that were enticing and provocative, leaving little to imagination… Jean-Pierre Richard, the Meilleur Ouvrier de France for chocolate in 1990, reworked this recipe and perfected its textures and aromas: the crunchiness of the white chocolate, the crispiness of the dentelle crepe, the creaminess of the milk chocolate and praline, and finally the zest of the orange all come together in a recipe that is delicate and generous… Like the bosoms of Queen Margot!

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Meilleure spécialité de France Salon Intersuc Paris 1995.
Mélange de fruits acidulés (myrtilles, framboises sauvages, mûre et miel) conditionné dans un adorable pot en forme d'ourson. En conditionnant cette confiture ultra gourmande, Francis Miot a voulu rendre hommage au petit ourson trouvé abandonné dans les Pyrénées et baptisé "Jojo" (symbole de l'emblème de la Vallée Verte).
Notre boutique de vente en ligne a le plaisir de vous faire découvrir cette confiture artisanale Délice des Oursons au sucre de canne, disponible en pot de 330g.
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Gold Medal at the Salon de l’Agriculture in Paris in 2013 Faithful to its desire to always reveal the fruit’s natural purity, Maison Francis Miot makes every effort to use the best varieties of apricots known for their excellent quality of taste. Delicately flavored, this apricot preserve represents a great classic to simply enjoy on toast, as well as topping a cake, or even complementing some panna cotta.

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The origin of this evocative name can be found when tasting this preserve, which is filled with sweetness and tenderness. A happy blend of peach and clementine juice, it is a favorite amongst children. An adorable preserve to give to friends, children, grandparents, and lovers… for breakfast or a snack full of hugs. Cordon Bleu du Meilleur Dessert at the 47th Salon de la Confiserie in Paris in 2002.

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This delicious cane sugar preparation made with black cherry is a staple specialty of the Southwest. It received the Ruban Bleu de la Meilleure Confiture Intersuc in Paris. The true star of the Basque Country, this fruit preparation made in the most traditional fashion of the Maison will delight all gourmand ! It is customary to complement this preserve with sheep’s milk cheese or a Basque cake, but it is equally appreciated on your breakfast toast. Médaille d’Argent at the Concours Général Agricole in 2018

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A unique recipe invented by the founder of Maison Francis Miot. A beautiful color worthy of a “setting sun,” this mix of peach, apricot juice and raspberry guarantees a burst of flavor. The fusion of these three fruits creates a flavorful and pure flavor that offers a delectable moment.

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Sometimes red, sometimes black… The intoxicating fruits of the forest grow on juicy brambles, gathering all summer long. Our wild berries preserve with cane sugar proves to be a subtle blend of strawberries, raspberries, wild blueberries, and wild blackberries, while only being lightly sweetened.
To be enjoyed on bread, or to be used in tarts and desserts.

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This classic flavor brings back childhood memories… Strawberry is the fruit of pleasure from nature. It provides a tangy taste and a delicious fragrance that makes it perfect for jam making. As a result, it is always the favorite around the table! Made by our master artisans who respect the traditional procedure of the Maison, this authentic strawberry jam recipe will embellish your toast and accompany your most beautiful desserts.

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The fabulous red fruit of summer, raspberry, is the star of this preserve. Created with raspberries that are beautifully round and intensely red, with a powerful aroma and a mild tartness, you will succumb to its delicacy! An undergrowth plant that is ideally cultivated on plateaus between 500 and 800 meters above sea level, the raspberry owes its characteristic taste to climatic conditions, sheltered from wind, heat, and drought.
The intense taste of raspberry will undeniably be well received on toast and crepes, or even on fine pastry.

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A smooth recipe with a deliciously tangy taste that is special to the rosehip bramble. These wild rose seeds are also called “Gratte-Cul,” a funny name referring to the scratchy hairs that are found on the fruit. These wild roses are commonly found at the bend of a wooded path in the hedgerows, but the berries are impossible to consume right off the bush. Maison Francis Miot carefully prepares these berries before making this preserve with sweet and tart notes.
Added Bonus: Rosehip berries are as rich in vitamin C as royal jelly!

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Exclusive recipe made from wild mountain blueberries. A delightful pleasure, this fruit preparation is made by delicately simmering wild blueberries with cane sugar. The Maison commits to selecting this “oh so very, delicious berry” exclusively in the mountainous heights to preserve all its flavors. With no flavorings, colorants, preservatives or other additives, this is truly a delicacy in its purest form! Made of 61% mountain blueberries, this exceptional recipe will delight lovers of this extraordinary berry that is brimming with health benefits.

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A scrumptious preserve that brings together fruits of the orchard and exotic fruits. Mango and apricot brings softness and delicacy, while peach and passion fruit bring a touch of tartness that awakens all. A wonderful combination!
The "Mystery" of the Chef lies in the splash of the liquor, Triple Orange or Curaçao Bleu, that colors this beautiful blend of yellow fruits. Extremely fragrant, this preserve goes well on a piece of toast, or as an accompaniment to natural yogurt.