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Pretty tasty!!! My first time cooking with celery root:
This link is for Mardi!
I hope everyone has a safe and happy New Year.
Celery root is a great find – love it!
Hope everyone has a great New Year! Stay safe!
It’s looks were definitely deceiving… delicious.
I just….couldn’t. So I made gougeres instead!
Happy New Year to all!
Loved this very simple side dish! And I got to experience a new to me vegetable!! Happy New Year to everyone!!
Happy New Year, all!
Celery Root Puree, Pork with apples a la Normande, and Cheese-it-ish crackers; They were all good!
Happy New Year!
First time with celery root too! I wasn’t blown away by this, but I’ll probably try doing something with it again (a soup, maybe?) http://www.jemangelaville.com/2012/12/27/ffwd-go-with-everything-celery-root-puree/
I’m a first timer also – as were all my Christmas guests (who all know their way around food, in my opinion). This recipe received 5-stars from everyone. Happy New Year 2013 to you all.
Your captcha code is reading me as a spam bot, so I thought I’d better put my comment here: What a beautiful Christmas feast, Mary! The lobster pot pie sounds delicious, as well as a good solution for your (mostly) meatless meal dilemma. I’ve yet to try the mousse, but yours looked so good, I might have to get to it soon. Happy New Year!
Thank you very much, Teresa, We’re just eliminating the Span code.
Happy New Year!
What a surprise these were ! Happy New Year all !!
Skipped this one, but I’ll be back on track for 2013!
better late than never!
and a catch-up too – at least it’s before the end of the year! Happy New Year!!!
The slight acidity in celery root makes a perfect puree for short ribs. Yummy!
Made an appetizer with the Celery Root Puree and wishing you all – “A Very Happy New Year! – Alles Gute im Neuen Jahr! – Bonnee année!”
Here’s my celery root puree, plus a big catch up on all the recipes I missed recently.
Happy New Year!!
Ah! I’m so late to the game! Christmas and New Years threw off my mojo.
16th and Main – Celery Root Puree!
We actually didn’t like this recipe that much… it’s the first recipe I’ve cooked out of the book that I didn’t care for. The cooking itself was totally straightforward… the problem I think is that I’m not a fan of celery, or apparently, celery root.
This is my very first recipe. I thought it was ok. Hope to start catching up a bit. Here’s my link:
As usual…catching up here:
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