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i approve.
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C'mon, edmorel. Is that the best you can do with those raw ingredients? Sauce? Meaty bones? I'm disappointed.

I'm no longer working blue.

You got a network development deal?
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You got a network development deal?

working on the treatment as we speak.
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Goddammit, no sauce with ribs.

Fail! We Midwestern boys are all about the sticky red sauce. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Spinach, hazelnuts. Awesome flavors.



Chicory, apple. Fantastic and simple (haven't had anise, which I suppose makes it even more interesting)

AppleMark

Avocado soufflé



AppleMark
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look good bios. what book?
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Do try them. You won't regret it. He's such a great cook and can make perfect flavour combinations with just a handful of ingredients -- plus these are easy to make. I've cooked a few of the posted recipes half a year ago which were also very good (for example here and here) and apparently they've continuously added recipes.
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i bought that book off of foodguy's recommendation. Really excellent.
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Which book? Collages et recettes (or the English equivalent, whatever it's called)? It's very good, yes, but the videos are different -- plus mostly quicker and easier to make -- recipes.
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the english one.
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the english one.
thanks gomie, but this is a whole new treasure trove -- videos of dishes ... not seeing much overlap with the book. and that stuff bios cooked looks great.
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the avocado souffle is in the book, i'm certain. I thought the chicory one too, but maybe I'm thinking about another chicory dish. Spinach one I didn't recognize.
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the avocado souffle is in the book, i'm certain. I thought the chicory one too, but maybe I'm thinking about another chicory dish.
True, the soufflé is in the book. But I think that's about it. There are other chicory dishes in the book, which are also great, but this here is a different one (and oh so good). And in any case, the advantage over the book is that instead of collages you've got a video.
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