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post #31 of 40
That's part of what makes it so difficult....the few have to do the job of many...such is life....arriba, arriba!!!

joey
ps..maybe having more friends would help..... solely for the sake of improving mexico's economy. wink.gif

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post #32 of 40

ok I'll bite: rouille = olive oil, breadcrumbs, saffron, garlic and chili (oil)

post #33 of 40

I am sure there will be different opinions, but from what I know yes and no, yes to garlic, (olive) oil, and yolks; then in

Marseille; peppers and bread

Nice: cayenne and saffron

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post #34 of 40

Skordalia = emulsion of lemon juice, garlic and olive oil. Then mixed into mashed potato.

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post #35 of 40

Coloring outside the lines; make a simple rouille using a red bell pepper; torch the skin until black, put covered in a bowl, remove skin.

Blitz with little homemade mayo, a few saffron threads and 1 teaspoon or more of harissa (=chili and garlic paste). Add bit of water if too thick. 

post #36 of 40
No scone throwing kk okay, but I go a bit off grid with skordalia by adding lima beans to the potatoes before mashing. Brings a whole new light to lima beans, and i love the color!.......

joey

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post #37 of 40
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Edited by chuckdiesel386 - 11/22/13 at 3:33am
post #38 of 40
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Originally Posted by chuckdiesel386 View Post

At my resturant we have our house made aioli no garlic

I give up. :( 

post #39 of 40

I feel your pain, French Fries.

 

mjb.

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post #40 of 40

I can feel that pain up to here too!!

High time to call Gordon Ramsey for assistance!

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