on December 17, 2010
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8 days until Christmas. Have you finished your shopping yet? More importantly, have you finalized your holiday menu, yet? ;)
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This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Here’s my Beef Daube. So Good!
Made the cocktail nuts this week! So addictive!
Beef Daube. It was a hit!
Did the beef daube for friends … FABulous dish … even better as leftovers!!!
I agree – the Beef Daube is fabulous!
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Last week I was so occupied with making edible holiday gifts I barely had time to cook from AMFT! Luckily, the glazed carrots were easy. Tempting to eat the whole batch for breakfast!
Hmm. for some reason my link didn’t work properly. Here it is again…
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Nuts and cookies for me!
Holiday fun in the kitchen with Speculoos and Sweet and Spice Cocktail Nuts. Both are fabulous recipes that will go into my permanent file! Also great for Christmas gifts.
Nuts for nuts!
Oye your the second person to remind me about shopping :( Definitely not done! But I did make some nuts :D
Here’s my beef- YUM!
It’s getting all nutty in the Yost house!
A “Go To” daube? Is this really necessary? lol.
Trevor Sis. Boom.
Am nuts for the cookies. :)
And not done my shopping yet, either.
The Louboutin of soups!!
Beef Daube and Homemade Bread Bowls:
This is a nice side.
Carrots – and other orange stuff:
I made dorie’s sweet and savory nuts – 5 pounds to be exact and they are ADDICTING, delicious and make the perfect gift! Happy friday to all of you wonderful cooks!
Leek & potato soup
Leek & Potato Soup with Corn – SO good! :)
The leek and potato soup was Oh so good , both ways and so were the glazed carrots , with shrimps!!!
Both fantastic for the holiday menu for sure:-)
Step by step pics and more:-)
And since i was sooo late last week , here are the cookies , many many ways , jus for Christmas , fantastic Cookie!!
Step by step pics and all kinds of Christmas shapes:-)
Tried to leave this link around 6 am mountain time..but couldn’t..then I went for a run and to yoga..any ways…here is the Yummy Soup!!
Made the beef daube here too, plus some crusty french rolls to go with it.
Beef daube this week! I stood outside in 15 degree weather to take this photo!
Made the soup~
Here is my link to Leek and Potato soup
Since you asked … haven’t started a menu and haven’t done a single bit of shopping. Too hard to help Santa with three observant littles ones always with me … maybe it’s time to get a babysitter.
The carrots were a hit at our house!
Made the Potato Soup. Absolutely delicious!
I made the leek-potato soup and the beef daube. Both were delicious! I feel like I’m on a roll!!
Leek and Potato Soup. It may not be overly photogenic, but it tastes awesome!!
I made the nuts – these are devine:
Speculoos for me this week. And maybe every week after this! Loved them!
I need new chili and cayenne, but other than that…yum!
Perfect weather for Potato Soup – LAST week!!!
Sweet and Spicy Cocktail Nuts. Yummy…
Potato Leek Soup….good on a cold wintry day.
odd that on a day-off I’m behind (again)!
I made speculoos, and another kind of cookie, too!
Oh, and to be honest, no shopping, though I’m pretty sure the basics of the Christmas menu… but which extra thing to add…??
Love those spicy Speculoos!
We tried Dorie’s version of a staple at our house: Leek and Potato Soup. It was very good!
Nana gets extra credit points for baking this week. She tackled not only the Speculoos (which we found out had been the exact lovely little cookies we kept getting served with our coffee in Paris….) but could not avoid the siren of the Breton cookies at this time of year. Breton cake had been a holiday family favorite so she put Dorie’s recipe on the Christmas menu and it did not disappoint.
Cocktail nuts for me… A perfect match for my lack of free time this week.
my go-to beef daube meets the art of food photography
Nothing up my Sleeve
I made the Sweet & Salty nuts. They were terrific holiday gifts. The first batch was a double batch; the next will be a triple batch.
Sorry I’m leaving this posting on a saturday but I hosted a Christmas party last night and didn’t think I’d be posting at all! Loved the nuts..they were a big hit at my party!
Leek and Potato Soup on a cold winter day! http://www.stephsbitebybite.com/?p=604
Go To Beef Daube – the nonpork/non-alcohol version! http://www.marocmama.com/2010/12/french-fridays-on-saturday-my-go-to.html
Always nice to have a good carrot recipe in your repertoire.
Sorry I’m a little late! I’ve had a busy week with the holidays coming up! I made the soup and topped it with chives and parmesan.
Late again. But better late than never.
Beef Daube this week…
I fought mightily and brought back my muse. I made the Sweet and Spicy nuts, which disappeared in a second! I made sure to separate them one by one, and it was so worth it!
I cannot tell you how happy I am to have joined this group!
Here at Sweet Almond Tree, we made Leek and Potato Soup. It was a good choice for a snowy day!
I am back with French Fridays! Yay!
After a bit of a holiday in Australia I’m back in snow covered England and let me tell you Dorie’s Beef Daube really hit the spot!
I’m doing good to be catching up at last! I started with the Potato Leek Soup and on we go from here!
I hope it’s ok to leave a link to a preparation of last month’s recipe. (everyone seems to be catching up anyway) Please read down the page for Marie-Helenes cake.
As with others, catching up and an extra treat of World Peace cookies!
These are just so perfect for the holidays. Delicious spiced nuts to share.
Very late, but here I am. Speculoos and a Farmer’s Market cookie swap:
I’m late too! But here are my glazed carrots:
Sweet & Spice Nuts – plus Boeuf a la Mode and Blueberry-Mascarpone Roulade from “Around My French Table”!
Enjoy, and Merry Christmas!
Speculoos are specatular!
Leek & Potato soup =D
Happy days! I couldn’t log onto FFwD for several days and now I can! I made Speculoos last week and loved them!
My Go-To Beef Daube….Yum!
One more time. I can’t type today. Here is the proper link.
I did the Potato Leek Soup this week, too. We loved it!
Yahoo! Spicy Nuts. Or is it Sweet and Spicy Nuts? Whatever it is, they were salty, spicy and sweet. Another success…
A special post with lodssss of love for happy holidays and a Merry Christmas to all at FFwd!
Laurie ,Rachel,Joel,Alison and ofcourse to u Dorie , for bringing FFwd together!
So happy to be a part of this, and loving every recipe i try!!
Merry Christmas everyone!
I took the easy way out this week.
And they are so tasty!!
Would you kindly let us know what our recipes are/order is – this weekend (Friday, even)? It’s so much easier if I know the weekend prior, so that I can plan… and maybe even make my recipe when I have a bit more time.
(fyi, this has been a huge amount of fun!!)
Mt first attempt at anything in this cookbook. I am looking forward to next week1
spiced butter-glazed carrots…still trying to catch up on December recipes!
Still working on things I didn’t get around to and getting caught up…one from December: Spiced Butter-Glazed Carrots: http://grandmaskitchentable.typepad.com/grandmas_kitchen_table/2011/03/french-fridays-with-dorie-spiced-butter-glazed-carrots.html
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