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  1. Mozilkree says:
    May 07,  · Alsace-Lorraine, German Elsass-Lothringen, area comprising the present French départements of Haut-Rhin, Bas-Rhin, and Moselle. Alsace-Lorraine was the name given to the 5, square miles (13, square km) of territory that was ceded by France to Germany in after the Franco-German War.
  2. Tejinn says:
    Lorraine, historical region of France, incorporated since January into the administrative region of Grand Est. Created by the Treaty of Verdun as part of Lotharingia in , Lorraine was contested by Germany and Burgundy during the Middle Ages and fell under French control in the 17th century.
  3. Nikolabar says:
    Oct 12,  · Quiche Lorraine is a brunch classic with all of our favorite food group ingredients: Buttery crust, eggs, and bacon. Fast and fancy, a quiche was featured in nearly every issue of Southern Living in the seventies, but none was more popular than Quiche Lorraine. We certainly understand our readers’ obsession. Here, in our favorite version, the egg filling gets studded with flecks of green Servings: 6.
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  6. Kazrara says:
    La Lorraine is nearly perfect- this is THE place I always recommend to friends and family. The staff is kind and genuinely cares about the clients. The rooms are comfortable and spacious. The restaurant has all sorts of great foods- so you're covered whether you want a hearty Haitian meal, or a lighter/leaner meal. The store is no exaggeration /5(99).
  7. Kiganos says:
    Lisa Faulkner's family friendly recipes. Cook up a storm with Lisa easy recipes that are sure to please the whole family.
  8. Vudorg says:
    Jun 03,  · A former region in eastern France, since part of the region of Grand Est.· A female given name transferred from the place name, associated with Laura by folk etymology.· A surname.·Lorraine (a region of France) A female given name from French.

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