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Old 03-20-2005, 10:45 AM   #1
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The given for tonight:lamb shoulder arm chops,couscous,dried porcini mushrooms,smoke dried tomatoes julienne,cayenne,fresh goat milk.I would: soak mushrooms,add to couscous(liquids& all),cayenne,ghee,cook.Cook chops in evoo/butter medium rare,remove from skillet.In same skillet reduce milk to cream thickness with the tomatoes.Poor over chops on a couscous bed.You would: ?

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Why?Alternatives?Corn dogs over mac&cheese,topped with pineapple"hawaiian style"?You with me Rainee...?
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Results from XP dish:the couscous turned out very well, earthy with a mild after burn.The surprise came with the goat milk reduction(milk from freshly squizzed goat),turned out incredibly sweet,almost a light caramel & about the same color(I'm thincking custard already),but not suitable for lamb.So made a pesto for the chops,the combination earthy couscous & "bright" pesto/lamb was right on.
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