When the winter's approach, the French eat Tartiflette. The dish is wholesome and made with potatoes, cheese, larding, cream and onions. Perfect for the French Alps where the dish originated. The dish is from the Dutchy of Savoy and the name probably came from the Franco-Provencal word for potatoes, tartifla.
Tartiflette is made like a gratin with layers of potato that is topped with cheese and baked, to give is a crispy outer crust.