December Nominations (accelerated cycle)

With Thanksgiving already upon us, that means December is nearly here. Time for December nominations.

Please leave your ideas here until Wednesday (November 21). A poll for voting based on the top contenders will go up on Thanksgiving. We will vote from Thursday November 22 through the weekend. The schedule will be posted on Monday November 26.

Chicken liver gateaux, anyone?

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7 Responses to “December Nominations (accelerated cycle)”

  1. KarenP November 17, 2012 at 9:49 PM #

    I’m torn between wanting simple, light dishes for this busy month or grand dishes that would be great for Christmas dinner…so I’m suggesting a few of both:

    creamy cauliflower soup sans cream (pg. 68)
    chicken liver gateaux with pickled onions (pg. 190)
    pan-seared duck breasts with kumquats (pg. 232)
    go-with-everything celery root puree (pg. 354)
    coupetade (pg. 419)

  2. Mardi (eat. live. travel. write.) November 18, 2012 at 2:26 PM #

    How about:

    Cheez-it-ish crackers (p 10)
    Chestnut pear soup (p 82)
    Coddled eggs with foie gras (p 194)
    Chicken apples and cream à la Normande (p 218)
    Baked apples filled with fruits and nuts (p 394)

  3. onewetfoot November 18, 2012 at 5:55 PM #

    I second the chestnut pear soup, the coupetade, and the chicken liver gateaux.

  4. saralkeefe81 November 19, 2012 at 5:18 AM #

    I second the Cheez-it-ish crackers and the pan-seared duck with kumquats!

    Also:
    cote d’azur cure-all soup (pg 71)
    cabbage & foie gras bundles (pg 193)

  5. Cher November 19, 2012 at 6:21 PM #

    Chestnut pear soup (p 82)
    Creamy cauliflower soup sans cream (pg. 68)
    Pan-seared duck breasts with kumquats (pg. 232)
    Go-with-everything celery root puree (pg. 354)
    Chicken apples and cream à la Normande (p 218)

  6. acookingmizer November 20, 2012 at 3:11 AM #

    Chestnut pear soup (p 82)
    Chicken apples and cream à la Normande (p 218)
    coupetade (pg. 419)
    moules mariniere (p 312)
    vegetable barley soup with the taste of little india (p 89)

  7. Candy November 20, 2012 at 12:04 PM #

    How about:

    brown-sugar squash and brussels sprouts en papillote (p352)
    smoked salmon waffles (p170-171)
    chestnut pear soup (p82)
    rice pudding and caramel apples (p429-430)

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