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St. Pierre with parsley and ginger, sauce Genevoise
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Mandarin sorbet ravioli, champagne and basil cream
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What's a good source for having fish shipped out to me? Places around here require 50lbs minimums for stuff like turbot and John Dory. That's obviously a bit more than I need.
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The second dish looks very good, imo.
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Mozza minestrone in our house. What a fabulous recipe.

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Beef stew with red wine gravy and homemade bread.nod[1].gif
 

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Jerusalem artichoke veloute, scallop and black truffle
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Crispy eggs with black truffle
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Foie gras aspic with celery and black truffle
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post #22147 of 25554
Made the macaroni and cheese recipe out of Modernist Cuisine At Home, the one using sodium citrate. Do not recommend unless you like noodles covered in cheesy Elmer's Glue.
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Bánh xèo, the Ottolenghi way. Very tasty but the pancakes seemed to tear very easily when flipping. How much heat did you use? Medium-high?
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My local butcher had a deal on picnic hams. I scored the skin and poked holes in the meat then doused it with a mixture of 4 cups water and 2 tblsp hickory liquid smoke. Coated with my rib rub and put in braising pan and baked at 325 for four hours. Boiled some white beans for a couple hours with an onion, bay leaf, carrot, and celery. Sliced some cabbage up and browned it quickly in a little bacon fat. Sweated some onions with garlic. Shredded pork after four hours. Combined it all, used some of the various juices from the prep dishes, and simmered all together for 20 minutes.

Pork and beans. smile.gif
post #22150 of 25554
carrots, spinach, sesame, lemon

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A little hot ketchup.
Pro-tip: always have a jar of spaghetti sauce on-hand. It takes that pizza to a whole new level.
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carrots, spinach, sesame, lemon


That's such a great dish.
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Stuffed eggplant with lamb and pine nuts. From Jersualem again; such a fantastic cookbook.
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