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Scrumpy Lamb Shanks
Posted 07-12-2013 in Lamb and Mutton Recipes
Scrumpy Lamb Shanks
Scrumpy lamb shanks are named for the cider they are traditionally cooked in. You can also use uncarbonated apple juice in this dish…
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Roast Shoulder of Lamb
Posted 07-12-2013 in Lamb and Mutton Recipes
Roast Shoulder of Lamb
Roast shoulder of lamb makes a tasty but relatively inexpensive family meal. With the addition of a fruity stuffing, this lamb dish is cooked to…
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Quince
Posted 06-12-2013 in Fruit and Nuts
Quince
The quince is a round or pear-shaped, lumpy fruit with yellow skin, sometimes covered with fuzz, that must be cooked before eating. The quince, one of…
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à la Florentine
Posted 07-03-2012 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
à la Florentine
à la Florentine — French for “in the style of Florence (Italy),” and referring to dishes (usually of eggs or fish) that are presented on a bed of spinach…
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à la flamande
Posted 07-03-2012 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
à la flamande
à la flamande — is French for “in the Flemish style.” A traditional dish in the North of France, the Flemish carbonnade is a good recipe to enjoy with friends.
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à la financière
Posted 07-03-2012 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
à la financière
à la financière — French for “banker's style,” alluding to the expensive ingredients in this French haute cuisine preparation. Such dishes (which can range…
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à la Crécy
Posted 07-03-2012 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
à la Crécy
à la Crécy — a French term referring to dishes cooked or garnished with carrots. The name comes from Crécy, France, where the finest French carrots are…
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à la Conti
Posted 07-03-2012 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
à la Conti
à la Conti — a French term referring to dishes made or garnished with lentils (usually puréed) and sometimes bacon. — [ah lah KON-tee]…
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à la Clamart
Posted 06-03-2012 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
à la Clamart
à la Clamart — a French term referring to dishes garnished with peas. It can also refer to a garnish of potato balls — [ah lah kla-MAHR]…
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à la carte
Posted 06-03-2012 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
à la carte — this is a French term, literally translated as “according to the card” (the 'card' is the menu card). This applies to meals which are ordered…
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