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  1. Le Levain Baguettes ©Francoise Gilley

    Le Levain artisan Bakery is owned by baker, Rossa Crowe. Rossa trained for six years in small boulangeries in France before he opened his bakery in Dublin.

    Sourdough bread (1kg) - €3.95
    Baguette (white flour) - €2.95
    Brioche - €4.50

    AVAILABLE EVERY SATURDAY AT TERROIRS

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  2. Albert Ménès - Herbes de Provence

    A blend of French herbs from Provence to enliven your cooking. The perfect seasoning for typically Mediterranean recipes, barbecue dishes, sauces, fish, tomato-based recipes or even pizza.

    €3.50

  3. Ferme du Letty - Confit de Figue de Solliès

    The little black fig from Solliès in the Var region of the South of France is an AOC (Applellation d’Origine Contrôlée) and therefore a very regulated production. This confit is a perfect complement to foie gras. You may also try it with pork, duck and game. Cheeses with a strong character would pair well with it also.

    €4.25

  4. Mc Nally's Farm - Orange Marmalade - © Neil MacDougald 2013

    The Mc Nally’s Farmhouse Orange Marmalade with its lovely juicy handcut chunks of fruit is very popular. An absolute classic of breakfast preserves begging for some warm buttered toast and a big mug of tea.

    €4.25

  5. Ferme du Letty - Confit de Cerise au Thym

    Black cherries are slowly cooked with thyme for a distinctive sour/sweet taste. Fresh goat or sheep’s cheeses make the perfect partners. You may also experiment a little and spread it on toast and add a slice of smoked duck (magret).

    €4.25

  6. Ferme du Letty - Confit de Fruits Secs

    There is a lovely delicate sweetness in this Confit de Fruits Secs. Stunning combination of pears, apricots with nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts and pistachios. It is ideal served with cheese but especially with blue cheese like Roquefort, Crozier Blue or Cashel Blue. You may also serve it with terrines, pâtés and cold meats.

    €4.25

  7. Shortbread of Edinburgh - Original Bites

    Original Shortbread Bites are made using a proudly guarded recipe passed down through many generations to the founder of Shortbread House. Using best quality butter and a little ground rice gives a delicious flavour and a light crisp texture. These bite-size biscuits are a popular snack at any time of day.

    €4.50

  8. Shortbread of Edinburgh - Oaties

    Mini sweet oatie biscuits that are individually handmade in Edinburgh. They are simply delicious, crumbly and very moreish! The perfect tea-time treat.

    €4.50

  9. Salines de Millac - Gros Sel

    Gros sel is also called sel gris for the grey colour that it has as a result of the salt being raked directly from the salt pond without washing or bleaching. This salt is easier to collect than the pure fleur de sel which is taken from the surface of the salt pond and as a result is a great value. Use in your cooking and ideal for sprinkling over roast meats and vegetables with a drizzle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and herbs. Perfect ingredient to make salt crust.
    Little tip: gros sel is also very useful to clean decanters. If misting occurs in your decanter, pour in a handful of coarse salt and a half liter of spirit vinegar. Shake vigorously and rinse several times with warm water. (if you have no spirit vinegar, use lukewarm water instead)

    €4.50

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  10. Shortbread of Edinburgh - Ginger Bites

    Tasty pieces of the best Australian stem ginger and ground ginger are added to these light crumbly shortbread biscuits giving them a distinctive flavour. Bite into them and feel the warmth of ginger develop on the palate.

    €4.50

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