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This mouth-watering, rich Lorraine dish is definitely one of the best known food specialities from France! The Quiche Lorraine is indeed a classic on every French Cafe's, restaurant's and Brasserie's menu today, but the authentic Quiche recipe - without cheese! - has been a precious treasure of the Eastern region for generations.

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