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Old 05-22-2005, 02:44 PM   #41
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Alright, use these three ingredients:

Sunchokes
Chantrelle Mushrooms
John Dory
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Old 05-22-2005, 04:32 PM   #42
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Do you think Splenda would work?? No need to boil splenda..
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Old 05-22-2005, 11:03 PM   #43
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oooooooh...hard one - anyone got an idea?
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Old 05-22-2005, 11:36 PM   #44
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i''m stumped. let me think.
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ah-ha! throw it over linguine with some olive oil and parm. reg.!
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I'm still thinking, but afraid I'm stumped - I don't eat seafood, and am just learning to eat mushrooms! Ironchef, you're a pro at this game!
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Old 05-25-2005, 06:34 PM   #47
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What are Sunchokes???
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Old 05-25-2005, 06:45 PM   #48
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Alright, use these three ingredients:

Sunchokes
Chantrelle Mushrooms
John Dory
Don't know if this would work but make a puree out of the sunchokes (little bit of cream, butter, salt) for a drizzle on the plate OR add the sunchokes to a beurre blanc (we used to make a cucumber beurre blanc - do the same with the sunchokes), still drizzling this on the plate or use as a coulis.

Grill the John Dory with appropiate seasonings OR poach either in wine or apple juice and use the chanterelles in a sauce made with some veal stock, cream, some sort of alcohol whether it be Jack Daniels, Port, or wine and appropriate seasonings.

Ironchef - you can tell me if this would even work.
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Don't know if this would work but make a puree out of the sunchokes (little bit of cream, butter, salt) for a drizzle on the plate OR add the sunchokes to a beurre blanc (we used to make a cucumber beurre blanc - do the same with the sunchokes), still drizzling this on the plate or use as a coulis.

Grill the John Dory with appropiate seasonings OR poach either in wine or apple juice and use the chanterelles in a sauce made with some veal stock, cream, some sort of alcohol whether it be Jack Daniels, Port, or wine and appropriate seasonings.

Ironchef - you can tell me if this would even work.
KElf, I think your first idea about making a puree would work the best. Lay the John Dory over that then lace it with the chantrelle sauce.
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Okay, let's try these three ingredients:

Lychee
Monkfish
Pancetta
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