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Old 01-01-2011, 06:46 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by ChefJune View Post
When I was doing my Masters Thesis, I came across a fabulous and unbelievably easy sauce for filet that called for using 1/2 cup of mascarpone cheese and 3/4 cup of a good blue cheese. You blend the cheeses together, and when the filet comes out of the oven, you put it on its platter and spoon the cheese mixture over. the heat of the filet melts the cheese and you just would not believe how fabulous it tastes! Mouthfeel is terrific, as well.
As a huge fan of cheese this sounds like heaven. Whichever Thesis you are doing June I want to do, the research sounds amazing!

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Old 01-01-2011, 05:36 PM   #12
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I ended up doing the pate, caviar, 4/5 different cheeses and crackers
then a salad,
then the risotto,
then some sugar snap peas with the lobster and steak(for the lobster I had clarified butter and a roasted corn, basil and coconut milk sauce...and for the steak I had some garlic/chive butter and au poivre sauce)
ended with molten chocolate cake with a 3 berry compote

Also remember that the women in the family can't even get their own drink on N.Y.E.. The men do everything. An unusual but lovely tradition that I restarted last year after a 4 year absence.

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