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In a small bowl, microwave chocolate chips and remaining teaspoon oil until smooth, about 1 minute (stop and stir after 30 seconds). Use a teaspoon and rapid zig-zag hand motion to evenly drizzle melted chocolate over tops of cakes; place a raspberry on middle of each cake. Keep chilled until ready to serve. Yields 1 petit four per serving.
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The Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen is one of many small varieties of the French hounds that were developed long ago. The PBGV can be traced back to the 16th century. His name is descriptive with "petit" meaning small, "basset" meaning low to the ground, "griffon" meaning wire-haired, and "vendeen" referring to the part of France where the breed originated. This area of France is on the country's western coast, and is known for being a tough environment with a lot of thick underbrush, rocks and brambles. Here at Petit & Small, we follow Rafa-kids since we discovered its F bunk bed some years ago....
Photo provided by FlickrPetits fours glace – traditionally refers to small iced cakes or glazed pastry
Photo provided by FlickrIn a French patisserie, assorted small  are usually called , while hard, buttery biscuits are called petit fours.
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The smallest tub in our range, the Petit is a compact, yet perfectly proportioned luxury small bathtub. It is ideal for those with limited space who still want to create their ultimate luxury bathroom or for an ensuite bathroom in a guest bedroom.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 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.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.In addition to its measurements, a petite-size garment may have a different from those intended for taller women. For example, style elements may be added to give a longer, slimmer look, e.g., vertical stripes, princess seams, short skirts, large patterns or patterns arranged helically around the whole body. Unfortunately, many modern "petite" sizes are actually renamed intended for large women and, as a result, tend to be boxy and unfashionable for small-framed women. Designs for taller women may also have that appear to shorten the figure, such as horizontal lines (e.g., clamdigger pants or midcalf skirts); hence, even if the measurements are adjusted correctly, a petite-size version of a regular-size garment may be unflattering.Petit Gâteau (in French, ; plural: ) is a composed of a small with crunchy rind and mellow filling that is served hot with on a plate. In French, the terms for the chocolate cake are : "Gâteau fondant au chocolat", "fondant au chocolat" or "moelleux au chocolat" ("chocolate chewy" or "chocolate melty").