Petits fours were traditionally made in a smaller oven next to the main oven. In the 18th century some bakers made them during the cooling process of -fired brick ovens to take advantage of their stored heat, thus exploiting coal's high burning temperature and economizing on its high expense relative to wood.
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A petit four (plural: petits fours, also known as mignardises) is a small bite-sized or appetizer. The name is , (), meaning "small oven".
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The Petit Bleu de Gascogne is directly descended from the , a hound of ancient type. Smaller examples of the Grand Bleu de Gascogne were selected for hunting small game such as (the Grand Bleu de Gascogne was developed to hunt wolves, bears and boars) and eventually became a separate breed. It is a medium-large size dog, not a small dog, standing 52 to 58 cm (20.5 to 23 ins) at the , with females slightly smaller.
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Soft colours, Nordic inspiration and lots of style. The kids rooms we will show you today are like that. We are so excited to share a double room tour on Petit & Small: we will visit the Teo and Olivia’s room as well as little Mauro’s.Petit Trianon (; "small Trianon"), built between 1762 and 1768 during the reign of Louis XV, is a small located on the grounds of the in , . The park of the includes the Petit Trianon.PETIT: I think it’s probably regulations and fees. My mom was the bookkeeper, office manager, thrown into that role by default…dealing with the legion agencies, your milk license and your liquor license and your tobacco license, and…lottery. There’s lots of forms and things, so it’s not easy. So anything we can do to streamline regulations and fees for small business would go a long way.Petit Manseng (sometimes translated: Small Manseng, rarely "Little Manseng") is a white that is grown primarily in . It produces the highest quality wine of any grape in the family. The name is derived from its small, thick skin berries. Coupled with the small yields of the grapevine, most Petit Manseng farmers produce around 15 of wine per . The grape is often left on the vine till December to produce a . The grape is grown primarily in Gascony, and but has recently drawn interest in regions like , , , , and . The reason is that it is expected to follow 's path to popularity among white wine drinkers. It was already present in , when brought "Manseng" and vines with them to their new home. Despite being easily recognizable as a white grape while true Manseng is a black grape, wine that is Petit Manseng is still normally labeled as just "Manseng". The grape is often left on the vine to produce a made from its nearly raisin like grapes.