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Old 04-10-2007, 11:17 AM   #11
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Living in Switzerland, we have been to friends houses for an occasional raclette dinner. We have never been served meat with it, usually it's potatoes, gherkins, pickled onions and other veggies.
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Old 10-28-2012, 08:02 AM   #12
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Hi just seen your post i know u sent it a while ago so i hope you have mastered the raclette by now if not is is wonderfull we have used it many a time.
and every time we use it for different folk they go away and buy one lol
what we do is marrinate lots of different meats like beef chicken and pork put it into small bowls with all diff marrinades then we make a salad up in big bowl to serve alonside we then buy diff cheese slice this up into bowls buy peppers bits of bacon diced and cold meats diff flavours we cook big bits of meat on top and put the cold meats and bits of bacon and cheeses etc on shovels underneath this is genneraly done with lots of booze being consumed at same time and good company helps no one can say they didnt enjoy as they cook it to their own pref so all worrys are taken away this is a brilliant way to enjoy a meal with company.











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I was given a Raclette grill for Christmas. I am now getting, when are we going to try it out, what do you use on it? I've never done this before. The booklet that comes with the grill suggests par boiled baby youkon gold potatoes and the Swiss Rackette cheese..side dishes to include, dried meats such as proscuitto, parma ham, also baguettes, Gherkins, pickled onions.
If any of you have done this or have ideas, I"d love to hear what you did and how you liked it. I have a beautiful hunk of the French Raclette cheese, just waiting for me. to get it in gear .

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Old 10-28-2012, 12:40 PM   #13
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Hi just seen your post i know u sent it a while ago so i hope you have mastered the raclette by now if not is is wonderfull we have used it many a time.
and every time we use it for different folk they go away and buy one lol
what we do is marrinate lots of different meats like beef chicken and pork put it into small bowls with all diff marrinades then we make a salad up in big bowl to serve alonside we then buy diff cheese slice this up into bowls buy peppers bits of bacon diced and cold meats diff flavours we cook big bits of meat on top and put the cold meats and bits of bacon and cheeses etc on shovels underneath this is genneraly done with lots of booze being consumed at same time and good company helps no one can say they didnt enjoy as they cook it to their own pref so all worrys are taken away this is a brilliant way to enjoy a meal with company.
Funnily I was thinking of having Raclette tonight, but realized we had a bit too much to eat over the autumn holidays in England, so we will give it a miss. Yes we do have meat, but only sausages and dried cured meat, but we have different flavored cheese. My favourite is garlic cheese. To use different meats, we do Chinese Fondue. Hope this helps.
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