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Brown slab on a bed of yellow rings with a sauce of dark tan!

 

mimi

 

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don't know what is but...I would ate it right now!

 

(ps. maybe it's foie gras escalope on grilled pear?)

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Maybe squash underneath?

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I think flipflop girl got it right :-)

But maybe not...

Boudin noir on pineapple?

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Seared foie gras on quinces?

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Brown slab on a bed of yellow rings with a sauce of dark tan!

mimi

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Seared duck breast over squash rings (acorn?) with a pan reduction of some kind.

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Seared foie gras on quinces?

I think you are spot on .
And I spy another one peeping out from under the top one!

mimi
post #9 of 20
Is it pineapple?

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Is it pineapple?

 

The sweet/acidic hit would make sense with an unctuous fatty liver....

 

mimi

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Is it pineapple?

 

The sweet/acidic hit would make sense with an unctuous fatty liver....

 

mimi

 

Palate cleansing....

 

mimi

post #12 of 20

My first thought was pineapple too. You can kind of see the grain. But it looks like they threw away most of the fruit when it was cored. That's why I guessed squash. But I think pineapple would taste better with the grilled meat.

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Is it time for the OP to come back and tell us what this is?

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post #14 of 20

Just to be different, I think it's a portabello mushroom with caramelized yellow squash rings

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I'll second foi gras and squash rings but I'd prefer to be given a fork. 

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I was able to restrain myself and not immediately respond with "George" or "Martha" like I often do in name this xxxx.

 

I've never cooked or eaten foi gras, so I don't really know what it looks like.

 

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Foie gras and apple rings served biggrin.gif with a reduction. biggrin.gif:

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You guys are good


Edited by barrelroll - 5/9/15 at 1:33am
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Yep. foie gras and delicata squash with maple and demi.

 

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I'll second foi gras and squash rings but I'd prefer to be given a fork. 

Yep. foie gras and delicata squash with maple and demi.

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Maybe squash underneath?

Yes Delicata Squash. Good by you.

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