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TIMBALES | Occasions

The shape of simple elegance

Timbales
(Beatrice Peltre) Beatrice Peltre
October 24, 2007

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Timbales are round, sometimes individual, and can come to a French table as an appetizer, side dish, or dessert. The mold used to make a timbale (pronounced tihm-BAHL) gives the dish its name. Timbales look elaborate enough so you might think they're labor-intensive. They're just small and charming and far from difficult. (Full article: 304 words)

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