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post #6121 of 7255
It was good.
Actually, at first Passard even talks of Côte du Jura, Savagnin in the video. redface.gif

So, I've got tons of limes (2-3 pounds) and parsley. Any ideas? Key lime pie? Parsley.. maybe some salad like the cauliflower/parsley/hazelnuts/pomegranate salad from Jerusalem that needs lots of parsley?
post #6122 of 7255
For one, you could keep the Passard thing going by making the pineapple and lime recipe.
post #6123 of 7255
An elegant parsley-lime espuma?
post #6124 of 7255
Is there a thread about cutting boards?
post #6125 of 7255
i started one a little while about inquiring about rubber cutting boards.




I then purchased a rubber cutting board.
post #6126 of 7255
Will have to dig it up later. I purchased some bigger ruber cutting boards at a wholesale for like 15-20€. About every cut leaves a scratch. Sani-Tuffs of a similar sice and thickness are like 80-100€, which I thought very expensive. Are they less prone to scuff? (edit: ok, according to http://www.cheftalk.com/t/62026/sani-tuff-boards-are-they-as-easy-on-knives-as-a-wood-chopping-block , they also scuff.)
post #6127 of 7255
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

i started one a little while about inquiring about rubber cutting boards.




I then purchased a rubber cutting board.

smile.gif Link?

Is there one for wooden cutting boars as well?
post #6128 of 7255
The only important question is: "Will it blend?".
post #6129 of 7255
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smile.gif Link?

Is there one for wooden cutting boars as well?

i'd have to do the same search you'd do
post #6130 of 7255
http://www.styleforum.net/t/262207/rubber-cutting-boards/0_30
post #6131 of 7255
Is it possible to get good strawberries shipped to the East coast right now? Foodguy?
post #6132 of 7255
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Is it possible to get good strawberries shipped to the East coast right now? Foodguy?
for reals? good strawberries can't be shipped to the east coast any time. good strawberries are just too fragile. you can get adequate strawberries shipped, but they'll be the styrofoam textured ones. Years ago i was making an old favorite recipe from alice toklas, where she crushes strawberries and a little rose geranium with a fork, then serves it in a meringue shell. strawberries bent my fork.
post #6133 of 7255
That's what I figured. I am cooking for this guy's 77th birthday and his favorite dessert is trifle. I wanted to do a chocolate tart, but he doesn't like chocolate, so....
post #6134 of 7255
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That's what I figured. I am cooking for this guy's 77th birthday and his favorite dessert is trifle. I wanted to do a chocolate tart, but he doesn't like chocolate, so....
hmmm. if it was me, i'd do an improvisation on a trifle with poached pears and dried apples or something like that. a citrus trifle might be really good, too. use a mix of fruit, light simple syrup, maybe a little rosewater in it. could be good.
post #6135 of 7255
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hmmm. if it was me, i'd do an improvisation on a trifle with poached pears and dried apples or something like that. a citrus trifle might be really good, too. use a mix of fruit, light simple syrup, maybe a little rosewater in it. could be good.

what about a tropical version with mangoes, pineapple, etc.?
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