Tag Archives: poultry

cinnamon-crunch chicken

This week, while the rest of the French Fridays with Dorie cooks have been making mashed potato pancakes (which sound delicious by the way) I have been home recovering from minor surgery and cooking very little of anything. Therefore, I … Continue reading

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honey-glazed duck breasts

Late last year I met up with some old friends in Paris and attended a cooking class led by the delightful Paule Caillat at Promenades Gourmandes. It was an unforgettable experience and I think fondly of Paule every time we … Continue reading

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chicken b’almost stilla

As I’m guessing anyone reading this knows, I created this blog in order to participate in French Fridays with Dorie, an online group of home cooks tackling the recipes in Dorie Greenspan’s Around my French Table, one week and one … Continue reading

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olive oil cornish hens

Some recipes are more about technique than ingredients and this week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe, Olive Oil Cornish Hens, was a prime example. The list of ingredients was short and, aside from the hens themselves, consisted of basic pantry … Continue reading

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how to spatchcock a chicken

For my fellow French Friday with Dorie cooks (or at least those of you who have never spatchcocked a chicken before) I found this you tube video to be very helpful for this week’s recipe. He cuts his chicken in … Continue reading

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