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Old 08-14-2012, 04:10 AM   #51
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It's cubed chicken breast marinated in buffalo sauce (mix of tobasco and melted butter), in the casserole I roast cubed potatoes tossed in the buffalo sauce then top them with the chicken, shredded cheddar, crumbled bacon, green onion and bake until cooked through. Top with a sauce of horseradish sour cream. Very decadent, but fine in moderation.
Thanks so much for letting me know Deb
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:27 AM   #53
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cooking for two last night & always wanted to try this dish that i had seen michel roux junior cook on tv.he used a pigs bladder,poulet de bresse & truffles....i used a cooking quality bag,corn fed f/range chook,chestnut mushrooms & truffle flavour oil.best/most moist chicken we'd ever tasted!
full recipe in chicken section.Harry's waterbath chicken:
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:40 AM   #54
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Hi Harry...welcome back little buddy

That looks lovely! Are those purple things truffles?
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nice lookin' plate rock!
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Ravioli here tonight. May have some broccoli too.
I love ravioli...have not had it for ages...enjoy!
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Hi Harry...welcome back little buddy

That looks lovely! Are those purple things truffles?
nice to be back k,thank younope(if they were there'd be a few hundred quid on that plate!!)they are just a purple variety of cauliflower...look lovely & do have a delicious flavour.full receeeep is in chicken section if you want to give it a go.....it is deeeeelish!!
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:53 AM   #58
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I have never had truffles so I wasnt sure what they looked like...I have heard they are expensive though
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I have never had truffles so I wasnt sure what they looked like...I have heard they are expensive though
they are quite sublime & very very expensive.there are some white & black trouffle varieties that are more common & thus cheaper & also delicious.i use a truffle flavoured oil.it's about 3 from tesco for a small bottle which is quite a lot for the quantity but you wouldn't get the dirt off the truffle hunters dog for 3!!!
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Old 08-14-2012, 05:37 AM   #60
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Yes I have heard about the Truffle Oil on Masterchef...even the chefs use it apparently
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