on March 15, 2012
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I love nothing more than a souffle. Love them.
Can’t wait to see how the recipe went for you all.
Leave those cheesey links.
This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Another catch-up week for me. I feel bad being the first post, with my non-souffle. Hope everyone enjoyed theirs!
What a wonderful, yummy and high-rising experience. I love you, Dorie, for talking me through my first soufflé in 20 years.
Hard for me to believe I’ve made it this far in life without ever having made a cheese souffle–and glad that this omission is finally remedied.
I’m still getting the hang of souffles. Despite Dorie’s assurances, they still scare me a little. But this week was good practice and I hope one day to be a souffle pro.
Light and lovely. This was a fun cheesy baking project.
Hi Kris, some weeks I just can’t seem to leave a comment on your blog. But just wanted to say that I always love your posts, you’re so creative and your cute little spinach souffles were no exception this week.
Our first souffle! We’re so proud of ourselves!
Fleeting drama indeed ;)
It was all about the drama this week :-)
I would have never considered server a souffle on a weeknight before now!
I was on the edge of my seat on this one, but I’ll be less scared next time.
This is my first post with the group. I hadn´t made souffle in years and turned out great. Perfect recipe. It rose beautifully and stayed there for one good picture!
My first attempt at souffles. Rather tasty!
Mmmmmm cheesy goodness!
Loved this one! http://joracooks.blogspot.com/2012/03/ffwd-cheese-souffle.html
Revisiting one of the first dishes I ever learned!
Trixie over at Tasty Trix has asked me to post her link as well since she is having some internet troubles the morning. She’s trixified it!
I had a little anxiety before making this one, but I got over it and the cheese souffle turned out YUMMY!!!
Amazing!!! Loved every bite:
Best souffle EVER!!
It was stunning while it lasted!
I did a half recipe and made minis, they looked wonderful and had a nice flavor but I am just not a souffle texture fan, wish I was!
I didn’t have a chance to make this week’s recipe, but here’s Jacques Pepin’s Lobster Souffle:
I loved this recipe. It looked so complicated, but ended up simple and sensational
Absolutely loved this! I will definitely be making this one again!! It made an ordinary week day meal very special!
Finally finished this post over my morning coffee! Lovely souffles, with Irish Cheddar and Chives. Also in this post, the new Newf in our Soup and a busy week of Coronado dining! Happy Friday and Happy St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow!
Not getting a visibly high rise of my souffle, I felt deflated (pardon the pun)
Good call on the soufflé team FFwD! Awesome. http://www.amysfoodroom.com/2012/03/cheese-souffle-with-ffwdorie.html
Another great challenge. I’m learning so much. We loved this and will make it again. Now I want to try a chocolate souffle.
Such a great recipe – like many of you, I can’t believe I’ve never made one before. I Irished mine up a bit, in consideration of this week’s holiday:
My ego takes a hit!
Took a while, but worth it.
Better late than never…..it is still technically Friday here :)
Happy FF from Nana and I !!
Oh dear, I posted on my blog, but totally forgot to leave my link! Happy St. patrick’s Day!
Better late than never! Delicious! http://www.jemangelaville.com/2012/03/17/ffwd-cheese-souffle/
I always have trouble leaving posts on blogger sites that ask for open id credentials. Sorry If I do not comment in return.
I’m having that problem, too. If Blogger users allow Name/URL, I’m often (but not always able to comment). It’s sad, because I haven’t been able to comment regularly, or at all, on many folks’ blogs now.
Apologies for the misplaced parentheses.
I have a blogspot blog and for some reason I can no longer leave comments on word press blogs! Anyone else experiencing that?
Now I can’t even leave a post on TwD.
I had the same problem and I had to have an account on wordpress to be able to leave comments. Just go to their site and get an account … wordpress.com. It´s weird I know. If your blog´s name is already taken maybe that´s the problem; you´ll have to sign with another name when commenting on wordpress sites. By the way, I have no idea about this kind of things, I just had the same problem and it was because of that. And this started happening this past week; there was no problem before that.
I have had terrible aggravating issues leaving comments & WordPress is not my friend! total sympathy with you….
Better late than never!
One week & a day late, I accomplished this lovely soufflé.
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