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#771 Fri 25 Jan 13 8:56am

roman.frajsladoljev

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

So i there a chicken pie recipe, it is a sauce with chicken and vegetables, and on the top goes puff pastry.

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#772 Fri 25 Jan 13 10:25am

victor.vandort.353

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

I make a quite simple yet delicious maple glazed ham. My friends have tried it and now they want to come over for dinner! Previously I've only used it as part of a buffet, but now I'm going to have to do a sit-down meal. I'm struggling with my side dishes though. I'm thinking grilled asparagus, a red onion marmalade, pickled red cabbage, and ideally I'd like new potatoes..... but what herbs would work well with the potatoes that wouldn't be strange with the maple ham?

Many thanks

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#773 Fri 25 Jan 13 11:31am

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Do you think you need herbs with the new potatoes?  With the onion marmalade and pickled red cabbage, you have plenty of flavours going on there.  Would be nice to just serve up slightly buttery potatoes as a contrast.

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#774 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:11pm

victor.vandort.353

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Thistledo wrote:

Do you think you need herbs with the new potatoes?  With the onion marmalade and pickled red cabbage, you have plenty of flavours going on there.  Would be nice to just serve up slightly buttery potatoes as a contrast.

You do have an excellent point! I'll certainly ponder that. Many thanks!

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#775 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:43pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

victor.vandort.353 wrote:

Thistledo wrote:

Do you think you need herbs with the new potatoes?  With the onion marmalade and pickled red cabbage, you have plenty of flavours going on there.  Would be nice to just serve up slightly buttery potatoes as a contrast.

You do have an excellent point! I'll certainly ponder that. Many thanks!

Agree with Thistledo. You don't want flavour-confusion. Parsley at the most, I'd say.


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#776 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:48pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Flat leaf or curly ??? wink

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#777 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:48pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Reported for multiple crimes in the name of spam, Dolozpsy.


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#778 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:50pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Flat leaf.

Good luck  crossed

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#779 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:55pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Was you, Wine-O tongue. Sorry, late here and am waiting for something to finish before I go to bed.

Curly must be ready to make a comeback. Not sure what as or what for, though smile.


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#780 Fri 25 Jan 13 8:09pm

roman.frajsladoljev

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

So i there a chicken pie recipe, it is a sauce with chicken and vegetables, and on the top goes puff pastry.

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