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Re: What are your autumn comfort foods?

Schlacht platte = Berner Platte = metzgete
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Old 24.09.2016, 22:10
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Schlacht platte = Berner Platte = metzgete
Oh yes, checking the websites of my favourite restaurants for the Metzgete week!
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Old 24.09.2016, 22:40
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Could you give me/us your onion soup recipe?
Onions, slowly fried, and then add broth.

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Onions, slowly fried, and then add broth.

You're welcome.

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What's your ratio of onions to water?

Do you not add herbs or such?
What kind of broth do you use?

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Old 24.09.2016, 23:07
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What's your ratio of onions to water?

Do you not add herbs or such?
What kind of broth do you use?

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None of those things make a big difference. The final result is more a question of what kind of bread and cheese you use, and how well you broil it. Cheddar with paprica and nutmeg gives one taste, Raclette and raclette seasoning (or even American Fries seasoning) something completely different.
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None of those things make a big difference. The final result is more a question of what kind of bread and cheese you use, and how well you broil it. Cheddar with paprica and nutmeg gives one taste, Raclette and raclette seasoning (or even American Fries seasoning) something completely different.
Often I prefer my soups without toppings/cheese, and just using onions and water might turn out a tad tasteless
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Old 24.09.2016, 23:37
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Re: What are your autumn comfort foods?

I always put wine in my onion soup, aside of chicken stock. And a fresh twig of thyme.

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Re: What are your autumn comfort foods?

This thread is making me want onion soup
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This thread is making me want onion soup
Silserbrot, Asiego and handfulls of Thyme.
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Re: What are your autumn comfort foods?

Anything at all with wild mushrooms silly...
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Re: What are your autumn comfort foods?

Yep- that's the one, lots of different wild mushrooms in all sizes, shapes and colours, taste and texture. Will be out foraging as soon as we have a good dosing of rain - far too dry now. After such a dry Summer, if we get enough rain soon (and when the moon phase is right would have said my dad )... they should then beging to grow ... like mushrooms.

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I always put wine in my onion soup, aside of chicken stock.
And I always put wine in my stock.

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