(1) My friend the veal nut was pleased with her lunchtime portion of veal loin, which was dripped with Pinot-wine sauce and a deliciously rich confiture of glazed scallions, olive oil, and Japanese mushrooms.(2) Spoon the vegetables with the marinade into a dish and top them with tomato confiture .(3) On one night, choices included Isle of Skye langoustines; spicy vine tomato soup; lemon and thyme roast organic chicken with red onion confiture ; chocolate cheesecake with cinnamon pastry; and a groaning cheese board.(4) The framboises confiture were excellent.(5) It's the traditional breakfast of leftover baguette from dinner the night before, toasted, then smeared with lots of butter, perhaps some nice jam, or confiture de lait.(6) From this month you can buy direct their organic all-year-round supplies along with seasonal delights like gooseberry confiture , tomato and basil jelly and summer garden piccalilli.(7) Although I do love a traditional, crackly baguette paired with cheese, or toasted slices of hearty boule rustique slathered with homemade confiture for breakfast, these are the sturdy, hearty breads that I enjoy most here in Paris.(8) It came with a confiture which, at the time, I thought was plum.(9) raspberry confiture(10) This time, I made it with strips of ham, a spoonful of sweet confiture d' oignon (onion jam) and a spoonful of crème fraîche, with salt and pepper.(11) Made in-house the preserve, fresher tasting, more fleshy, naturally sweeter and less bitter than most citrus confitures was delightful, addictive and quite irresistible.(12) ‘Salami, cheese, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, bread butter and confitures ,’ was the answer.(13) The appellation of marmalade is applied to those confitures which are composed of the firmer fruits, as pineapples, or the rinds of oranges; whereas jams are made of the more juicy berries. Fruit pastes are a kind of marmalade.