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Complete Pantry Jun 28
Please join us for at 4PM Eastern next Tuesday. Have a wonderful week everyone!
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shallots, garlic, dijon, sherry vinegar, evoo, S&P oured over just grilled potatoes
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To get snowy white potatoes, just add a teaspoon of vinegar or lemon juice to the boiling water
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Gourmet Delights Jun 28
Boil garlic cloves whole with your potatoes. No one ever thinks it's too strong but they all taste the wonderful garlic
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Top Ingredients Jun 28
use truffle oil on baked potatoes, fries... the key is on hot food Use truffle oil as a finishing oil just before eating
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Truffle God Jun 28
Remember, don't store potatoes and onions in the same place. Potatoes give off moisture that will soften the onions!
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Gourmet Delights Jun 28
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“The works”
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Complete Pantry Jun 28
Q1 POTATO CHIPS… homemade or store bought? Flavored? Ruffles or “Flat”?
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Gourmet Delights Jun 28
Do you run a food based chat here on Twitter? Please let me know and I'll add it to the master list :
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Gourmet Delights Jun 27
Hippo Eating Watermelons
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Gourmet Delights Jun 21
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fish and aromatic herbs is always outstanding. Try a whole snapper stuffed with sage, oregano and thyme
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Gourmet Delights Jun 21
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Top Ingredients Jun 21
The savory woodsy aroma of bay pairs well with herbs like parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme, and oregano
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Foodie Follows Jun 21
Bay Leaves were used to recognize academic scholars’ and poets’ achievements. The term "Baccalaureate," means Laurel Berries
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Complete Pantry Jun 21
Q2 Share your great , uses and tips for FENNEL
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Gourmet Delights Jun 21
Never underestimate the great flavor impact of fresh herbs Some go on after cooking (basil), some before (sage, thyme)
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Want the classic Italian flavors? Use the following: garlic, onion, basil, oregano, thyme, parsley, and marjoram
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Complete Pantry Jun 21
This week’s theme is FRESH HERBS (PART 2)… including , tips, uses…
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