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Old 07-15-2007, 07:18 AM   #1
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Sunday Special- Food Fight II

Sunday Special- Food Fight II
As you may recall, I offer a brief description- you name the dish
1. French cold leek and potato soup
2. French chowder with several kinds of fish
3. French beef tenderloin, made for two
4. French paste with goose liver
5. French dish from eggplant, tomatoes, zucchini, etc. served hot or cold
6. French egg and bacon savory pie
7. French sauce with egg yolk, mustard, and tabasco
8. The above sauce with tarragon and vinegar added
9. French orange flaming dish
10. Roast beef covered with Pâté de fois gras, wrapped in pastry and baked
11. Greek popular beef "sandwich"
12. Greek dish with sliced eggplant and ground lamb or beef that are layered, then baked.
13. Jewish stuffed egg pancake
14. Mid-Eastern paste with crushed sesame seeds
15. Mid-East thin sliced dough
16. Mediterranean honey dessert
17. Scottish tea treat
18. Sheep Innards and oatmeal
19. Spanish cold tomato soup
20. Mexican tripe soup

1. Vichyssoise
2. Bouillabaisse
3. Chateaubriand
4. Pâté de fois gras
5. Ratatouille
6. Quiche Lorraine
7. Hollandaise sauce
8. Béarnaise sauce
9. Crepes Suzette
10. Beef Wellington
11. Gyro
12. Moussaka
13. Blintze
14. Tahini
15. Phyllo
16. Baklava
17. Scone
18. Haggis
19. Gazpacho


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Old 07-15-2007, 11:37 AM   #2
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19 / 20!!! Missed the Minudo.

Practice safe lunch. Use a condiment.
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Old 07-15-2007, 11:57 AM   #3
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Old 07-15-2007, 12:27 PM   #4
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18/20 here. I missed the Quiche Lorraine (had the quiche right, just didn't think to go further), and of course, the menudo.

I think phyllo dough is pressed or stretched out, not sliced?
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