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RECIPE: Crisp Haricots Verts Salad with Fresh Tomatoes and Garlic
My Mémé, my grandmother, makes the most amazing green beans. In France, traditionally, vegetables are “well done”–soft, supple. And Mémé’s green beans are the same–stewed with garlic and tomatoes à la Provençal until the green beans start to split at … Continue reading
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