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Old 26.02.2016, 10:27
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Cheese fondue, with lots of garlic and chile!

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Chili in a cheese fondue? Oh the horror That's almost as bad as those who mini-barbecue on a raclette oven when everyone knows Raclette is only meant to be eaten with potatoes and pickles
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Old 26.02.2016, 10:34
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That's almost as bad as those who mini-barbecue on a raclette oven when everyone knows Raclette is only meant to be eaten with potatoes and pickles
There's a reason that it's called a raclette GRILL!



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Old 26.02.2016, 20:45
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

The only Gordon Ramsey recipe we have used more than once and it is truly worth it - pan-fried sea trout, peas & chorizo fricassée - delish.
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Old 06.03.2016, 19:14
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

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Old 06.03.2016, 19:25
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Yesterday moules frites - mussels with a tomato fennel broth (copied after something we had at brasserie louis in zurich. ), and hand cut fries.

Tonight - chicken and green olive tagine with preserved lemon.
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Old 06.03.2016, 19:27
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Borscht!
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Dorade on a bed of vegetables- onion, carrots, celery, with garlic sauce and polenta.
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Old 06.03.2016, 20:53
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Roast pork with crackling, roast potatoes, roast carrots, chicory, brussel sprouts and gravy.
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Old 06.03.2016, 21:40
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Yesterday moules frites - mussels with a tomato fennel broth (copied after something we had at brasserie louis in zurich. ), and hand cut fries.

Tonight - chicken and green olive tagine with preserved lemon.
Two of my favourite meals!
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So, I'm making a fritto misto (including some soft-shell crabs) for myself and my older daughter (and my girlfriend if she's still hungry after having dinner with her mother), and chili-dogs for daughter #2 (who doesn't like fish), with home-made chili-dog chile (which is different than normal).

And you?

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Very fancy indeed! Check you with your soft shell crabs Beats my salad, tabule, cheese scones, and too many gummi Bears! A bit of a hotspotch supper but tasty.
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Old 06.03.2016, 22:16
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Pot roast chicken with bolets/porcini (self picked and dried) and other veg + rice, cooked in Vin du Jura.
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wähe, even if it was Sunday...
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Old 11.03.2016, 21:38
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Salmon Wellington with vegetables
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Old 11.03.2016, 21:52
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Salmon Wellington with vegetables
Could you possibly get any more on your plate?
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Old 11.03.2016, 22:07
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Bacon-wrapped cipollatas with crudites and Roquefort sauce!

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Old 11.03.2016, 22:58
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Could you possibly get any more on your plate?
Never did get the hang of portion control

I did decide not to cook the carrots and cooked only one salmon steak
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Bacon-wrapped cipollatas with crudites and Roquefort sauce!

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Tom, on this thread you speak a foreign language to me, but it sounds delicious. In fact, the same with AC Milan. I must get a proper cook.

Today I made cheese melts with Godminster cheddar. My kids are going through a dairy strike, but today, after protesting at the idea of having cheese, they couldn't have enough of it (but only melted).
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Old 25.03.2016, 20:27
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

My mother would be so proud of me. No meat on Good Friday. Anyway, got this fish, stuffed with blood oranges and lemons and thyme, grilled on a bed of lemons and oranges. Some grilled asparagus and hollandaise.
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Left overs for a salad with cucumber, avocado and lime tomorrow.
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Old 26.03.2016, 09:27
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Traditional Swiss Easter Gitzi, albeit Texas/Ticinese BBQ style!



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Old 11.06.2016, 19:55
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Pizza Fresca con pesto
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