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post #19726 of 25229
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Found lots of really nice vegetables today, so I cooked them en cocotte.
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This looks so good
post #19727 of 25229
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Found lots of really nice vegetables today, so I cooked them en cocotte.
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that is really great. judging from the color, did you cook each veg individually and then bring together at the end?
post #19728 of 25229
Thanks. Yes. I know traditionally they are all cooked in one pot, but here I blanched some of the vegetables separately (in this case, carrots, turnips, radish, squash and zucchini, and the peas). I cooked the chanterelles in oil, then butter. Sautéed the fennel in a little olive oil, along with some scallions. Deglazed the pan with ham broth, added all the cooked vegetables, along with a healthy dose of salted butter. Warmed through, finished with olive oil and a few drops of sherry vinegar.
post #19729 of 25229
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healthy dose of salted butter

so you added no salted butter?
post #19730 of 25229
The cheese shop I go to just started carrying the stuff from Brittany. Apparently, it's not even legal here, being that it's made from raw cow's milk. Personally, I can't get enough of the stuff.
post #19731 of 25229
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Originally Posted by Britalian View Post

Jolly sick of eating salads so had pancakes with bananas, maple syrup and Nutella. Cold Weissbier to wash down.

 

I make grilled pizza with nutella, bananas, strawberries, and blueberries.  Unreal....

post #19732 of 25229
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Thanks. Yes. I know traditionally they are all cooked in one pot, but here I blanched some of the vegetables separately (in this case, carrots, turnips, radish, squash and zucchini, and the peas). I cooked the chanterelles in oil, then butter. Sautéed the fennel in a little olive oil, along with some scallions. Deglazed the pan with ham broth, added all the cooked vegetables, along with a healthy dose of salted butter. Warmed through, finished with olive oil and a few drops of sherry vinegar.

 

That sounds absolutely terrible.

 

///sarcasm

post #19733 of 25229
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Originally Posted by Britalian View Post

Jolly sick of eating salads so had pancakes with bananas, maple syrup and Nutella. Cold Weissbier to wash down.

I have been making pancakes too. I forgot how wonderful they are.
post #19734 of 25229
Traditionally veg like that are cooked seperately. Or, at the very least, if in the same pot, one at time, white first, yellow second, then orange/red, green last.
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Means shog[1].gif?

post #19738 of 25229
fixed that yor you
There's an unwritten rule of not posting burger pics. laugh.gif
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fixed that yor you
There's an unwritten rule of not posting burger pics. laugh.gif

Oh my bad :(

post #19740 of 25229
It's alright and by all means keep posting!
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