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à la Crécy

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Potage à la Crécy (Carrot soup) 

à la Crécy — a French term referring to dishes cooked or garnished with carrots. The name comes from Crécy, France, where the finest French carrots are cultivated — [ah lah kray-SEE]

Cuisine: French

Category: Glossary

Sub Category: Cooking Terms

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