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Not my picture. tongue.gif

What will you be making for dinner tonight?
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Brandade de morue
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Brandade de morue

I haven't made any this year, but probably made or consumed about 10 gallons in 2011. It's so great.
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Haven't eaten it so far. You'll be the judge from the look alone.

My recipe calls for 1:1 pommes de terre and bacalao, parsley, garlic, olive oil/butter and a little milk. http://www.marmiton.org/recettes/recette_brandade-de-morue_12736.aspx
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My recipe contains no potatoes. It all depends on from which area the recipe comes. Most are very good.
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Seems right to me. There are a bunch of ways to make it. I think Matt is against using potatoes (the original recipe was just fish) but both the recipes I usually make involve a pound of fish and a pound of potato.

Is the parsley just for garnish? Might want to throw a bay leaf in when you're cooking the potatoes.

edit: I haz good memory; potatoes

edit edit: I love lining the bottom of the ramekin with tomato confit
post #18142 of 25768
Chopped parsley is added to the mixture. Also, I just cooked the fish for 10 minutes in milk/water with two bay leaves (many comments recommended it). If I like it, I'll use plain fish next time.
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Look everyone, food real people eat.
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Chopped parsley is added to the mixture. Also, I just cooked the fish for 10 minutes in milk/water with two bay leaves (many comments recommended it). If I like it, I'll use plain fish next time.

I can't judge quantities for the rest of the world. Even our bay leaves are probably twice the size of anything outside of California.
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Look everyone, food real people eat.

Thanks for your contribution.
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Look everyone, food real people eat.

Are you going to sell your Vitamix along with your Warbucks watches and men's grooming supplies and face creams?

or

Real men eat tacos before their nightly facials
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

Thanks for your contribution.

We all can't live in a fantasy Candy Land of spherical creme's and savory foams.
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We all can't live in a fantasy Candy Land of spherical creme's and savory foams.

That's what I hear.
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That's what I hear.

At least you live in the land of pretty lesbians.
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