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B1os gets a shout out in the LA Times. Well done.
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ha, awesome.
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also, for a moment there I lol'ed at the idea that what if b1os's handle was actually something like PenFifteen, and then foodguy posted that on the site.
Edited by gomestar - 1/30/13 at 11:28am
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post

B1os gets a shout out in the LA Times. Well done.

link?

oh is it from the videos that he posted?
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Makes the videos even more great is the the simplicity of them. I had the spinach and endive recipes for lunch today- pretty good. Will be trying the marrow and parsnip puree next.
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^Very true.

Chicory, champignons de Paris, coriander. Not bad.



tartare (yes, DIY ring mold made out of cardboard and aluminium foil laugh.gif)

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Originally Posted by shibbel View Post

Makes the videos even more great is the the simplicity of them. I had the spinach and endive recipes for lunch today- pretty good. Will be trying the marrow and parsnip puree next.

The marrow one looks excellent.
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Onion rings

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Cauliflowerisotto



Cauliflower, carrot, curry, raisin



Pineapple, apple, lime, honey/olive oil/lemon juice

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Well done on the EMP dish. How'd you like it?
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the pineapple dish is is nice. Made it a few weeks ago.
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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.

You should get his newest book. It's more about the vegetables/his gardens/gardening than cooking, but it has a lot of simple recipes like in the videos (sans video obviously.)
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Well done on the EMP dish. How'd you like it?
Thanks -- and thanks again for showing it to me. The flavors are great. Time intensive, yes, but worth it (once in a while wink.gif). I still have some of the components left, so I'll just make a new carrot sauce tomorrow and go for it again. Speaking of carrot sauce, it worked out well. I guess the sugar in it acts as a binding agent.
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the pineapple dish is is nice. Made it a few weeks ago.
True. Great texture (obviously) of the sauce. Also, again, interesting combination that works.
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You should get his newest book. It's more about the vegetables/his gardens/gardening than cooking, but it has a lot of simple recipes like in the videos (sans video obviously.)
Haven't heard of it yet. Thanks. Will take a look.
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