Friday, October 25, 2013

FFwD ~ A non-Muenster Cheese Souffle post

While the gurls at

are enjoying their
from
due to timing woes (but I might just swing it tomorrow - might!)

I am catching up with an earlier dish
~Dorie's Go-to Beef Daube~
 at 1/3 of the recipe
*sans brandy and substituted parsnips with potatoes*
served with toasted sundried tomato bread
with simple salad of
japanese cucumber/tomato/spring onion/purple grapes
tossed in a concoction of:
red wine vinegar/olive oil/salt n pepper/wholegrain mustard
one small portion of the beef stew left...

15 comments:

  1. Great recipe to catch up on! Looks delicious!

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  2. Looks delicious! Glad you got to get it done!

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  3. I couldn't do the entire recipe either. Half the recipe fed us for several days. Hope you get to the souffle too though because it's very tasty.

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  4. Loved Dorie's daube. Yours looks great!

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  5. This was a great choice for a catch up. I think it's one of the group's all-time favourites. I caught up on another of her beef dishes this week, the Boeuf à la Mode.

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  6. Yummo! This was s great stew - a good one to catch up on.

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  7. I still have to make that beef daube. Yours looks delicious!

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  8. Sounds like your beef came out deliciously, based on the small amount of leftovers :-)

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  9. Good substitution! I've made this recipe quite a few times - so handy when it's helpful to do things ahead, or if you want things to simmer while you are doing other things. I often cheat and put some in small servings into the freezer so I can have something easy when I come home from work.

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  10. Excellent job and great pairings. I have more than a few catch ups myself to do- thanks for the inspiration !!

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  11. What a great looking meal! I liked the souffle, you should try it as well sometime :-)

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  12. Hi Emily,

    I was going to buy this Dorie's book too last year but decided to give it a miss... Now, seeing your stew, I re-considering my purchase now.

    Zoe

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