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post #21541 of 25757
Sweet onions de whatever you can find. It's a great dish. One of the better I've had recently.
post #21542 of 25757
Quiche Alsacienne

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post #21543 of 25757
Lorraine + onions? Gruyère?
post #21544 of 25757
Mgm, that all looks great. How did you like the scallop dish? I thought it was OK- the amount of truffles called for kind of overpowered everything else . I'd be interested in making it again, but with less truffle. I'm going to try the poached chicken receipe tonight. Any idea what the crescent shaped vegtable in the picture is? They only list leeks, carrots, and celery.
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post

Lorraine + onions? Gruyère?

Yes, Lorraine + onions, but I wasn't aware I should have used gruyère (or emmenthaler?). I used what you would call gouda + some leftover parmigiano
post #21546 of 25757
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Originally Posted by shibbel View Post

Mgm, that all looks great. How did you like the scallop dish? I thought it was OK- the amount of truffles called for kind of overpowered everything else . I'd be interested in making it again, but with less truffle. I'm going to try the poached chicken receipe tonight. Any idea what the crescent shaped vegtable in the picture is? They only list leeks, carrots, and celery.

Thanks. I actually thought the truffles balanced well with the rest of the dish. I really liked the combination of both purees. Not sure what that veg could be.

Today I made pig's feet stuffed with foie gras, potato terrine, truffle/herb vinaigrette:


post #21547 of 25757
mushroom soup

post #21548 of 25757
I ate some pleb stuff last night, this too shall pass.
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post #21550 of 25757
Looks very delicious and hearty, P.

How did you pair the wine?
post #21551 of 25757
Chianti.
post #21552 of 25757
beef stew?
post #21553 of 25757
IMO, actual wine pairings are mostly useless.
post #21554 of 25757
Why do you think that?
post #21555 of 25757
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

beef stew?

Looks like a piece of lemon meringue pie to me.
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