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Truffle...People get killed for them...

They're the crack cocaine of Southern France...

You don't mess with people patch...
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post #122 of 136
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Truffle...People get killed for them...

Well spotted. Foie gras de canard, truffes, huile de noix et citron, Monbazillac. Preparé par NOBD en France.
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From the holiday archives
foie gras +1
post #124 of 136
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Well spotted. Foie gras de canard, truffes, huile de noix et citron, Monbazillac. Preparé par NOBD en France.

My family is from the south-west...

I have been raised eating these kind of heart disease on the plate recipes ...

Confit de canard...
post #125 of 136
YSL FTW
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post #127 of 136
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Well spotted. Foie gras de canard, truffes, huile de noix et citron, Monbazillac. Preparé par NOBD en France.

Wonderful, I was wondering when someone would mention this. Good on you for preparing it. This is the ultimate comfort food.

I might be tempted to replace the Monbazillac with a first growth sauternes for more concentration and noble rot (not yquem-although great is too expensive for me)
post #128 of 136
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My family is from the south-west...

I have been raised eating these kind of heart disease on the plate recipes ...

Confit de canard...

Sure but the portions are reasonable so you are not any worse of than elsewhere.

I look at it in a satiation per calorie/saturated fat ratio. So this type of high satiation cuisine scores well despite the fat.
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to me french style is a disheveled guy in a suit smoking cigarettes while singing about a revolution of some kind. otherwise he is protesting the backbreaking 30 hour work week for the ouvrier
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Alain Delon..
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In no chronological order...
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