on December 31, 2010
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Its the last recipe for 2010. Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year!
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This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Here’s to the last 2010 recipe! Loving these glazed carrots! HAPPY NEW YEAR! http://www.stephsbitebybite.com/?p=698
Happy New Year!
I will be making my go-to beef daube again.
Happy New Year! Can’t wait to see what recipes are ahead in 2011! Happy cooking, all.
Made the delicious cocktail nuts (finally!) Happy New Year!
Happy New Year, everyone!
I missed last week, but made the last two December recipes this week. LOVED the speculoos. The beef daube was OK, but that’s me not the recipe.
I made the spiced carrots for the final week. Delicious! I could see playing with this recipe, altering the spices and the levels of sweetness/spiciness. The possibilities are endless.
Ending (and starting) the year on a sweet note with speculoos!
Happy New Year everyone. This is absolutely the best project I started in 2010 hands down!
Happy New Year Everyone!
Happy New Year to all. I’m a newby to this as I gave myself Around My French Table for Christmas.
I made the Chard stuffed Pork loin for our Christmas Eve dinner and enjoyed it except for the fact that no one can tell me that the pork hadn’t been frozen. Lost a lot of juice in cooking and while resting.
Looking forward to catching up.
Welcome! You will love the book, and you’ll love reading everyone’s write ups on the recipes.
I just got the book for Christmas too, and I can’t wait to get started. I’m making one of the vinaigrettes tonight, but otherwise haven’t tried any of the recipes yet.
I think you’ll have so much fun with this. Dorie’s recipes are terrific, and I have to say, the people that are participating are wonderful!! So much fun to cook “together”!
I made the Chard stuffed Pork Loin, too, for Christmas Eve dinner! You will love the cookbook. It is one of my go-to cookbooks.
The book was on my Christmas list and Santa came through. What a guy!
I am looking forward to cooking my way through the book..Since I retired, I am more cooking obsessed than ever. Happy New Year to all of you.
Welcome! The recipes are really easy to follow…usually common ingredients as well! And the results..oh my! All have been good, at least one a month has been outstanding! Can’t ask for better! Enjoy!!
Welcome to everyone who received this book as a most excellent Christmas present! We look forward to seeing your new creations!
Happy New Year! I made the cocktail nuts – but did cinnamon and sugar only with pecans. I’m looking forward to cooking more with you all in 2011!
Happy New Year, mes amis! I look forward to French Fridays and all of you every week. See you in 2011!!
M. Jacques’ Armagnac Chicken–off menu, I know, but oh so deeee-licious!!
Happy New year FFWD peeps!!!
I made the speculoos. Huge hit.
Happy New Year!
Sounds like your place is the place to be on holidays – a snow bar!!!
Happy New Year.
We made the Potato & Leek soup at our house. Perfect for a very cold day that included snow in some parts of the Phoenix area! Happy New Years to all!!
The speculoos… sweet holiday traditions!
Happy New Year everyone ! The Potato leek soup was perfect for fighting the freezing cold that has hit Seattle.
I made Beef Daube
A perfect side dish for New Year’s…the spiced carrots are a great way to end and start the year. Happy New Year everyone!
Very Yummy Beef Daube!
I love these carrots too! Happy New Year everyone!
I posted a round up of December recipes.
Happy New Year, Everyone!
loved, loved the carrots!!!
Happy New Year!!
Just like my grandmother’s carrots!
Happy New Year, y’all! :)
Speculoos are in the house.
Looking forward to January!
a great snack with cocktails!
Happy New Year!!! May your year ahead be a tasty and good as these Spiced-Butter Glazed Carrots!
My first FFwD! Funny that it is the last Friday of 2010! http://inpursuitofhobby.blogspot.com/2010/12/ffwd-sweet-and-spicy-cocktail-nuts_30.html
Loved these carrots! Happy New Year!
I only made one recipe this month! I made Specaloos. They were fun and easy to make, although I’m not sure I would make them again. I loved eating the raw dough, nice and ginger-spicy!
I made the sweet and spicy nuts with a slightly Indian twist (using recommendations in the side bar of the recipe). They were great!
Finally, my first French Friday with Dorie! I bought myself the book a month ago but haven’t been able to dive in until the holidays. I made the potato leek soup as an accompaniment to my xmas pork loin roast. Delicious!
We met our December quota as of last week- this week we are treating everyone to our own “Feast of Seven Fishes” tradition. We look forward to a new year and the January recipes. Happy 2011 all !
PS- I am going back to redo the carrots. It was not a hit at my house and judging from all the other comments…I need to try this again…this is why I love this blog :) Tricia
Finally made last week’s recipe of Spiced Butter-Glazed Carrots. Even though I screwed it up, they were still good.
BEST. BEEF. EVER.
Mmmm speculoos…you can pop a whole one in your mouth and crunch away…
Happy New Years!
My first week! My pictures aren’t posting right now (stupid Blogger, not just me) but I’ll put them up soon.
Loved the carrots…http://theviewfrom302.blogspot.com/2010/12/first-french-friday-on-last-day-of-year.html
I made the nuts (several times)!
I made the speculoos and the nuts. Both yummy… couldn’t stop eating the nuts. Completely addictive.
Happy New Year everyone! Here’s my link for the beef daube: http://onewetfoot.wordpress.com/2010/12/31/ffwd-my-go-to-beef-daube-and-a-happy-new-year/
Happy New Year! We’re traveling so posting has been a bit difficult….my in laws have dial up! Anyone else unable to find cardamom pods?
Have had the book for about 2 months – can’t wait to get started!
Here’s the monthly roundup – http://breadbabies.blogspot.com/2011/01/french-fridays-with-dorie-december.html
I enjoyed the December recipes.
Note: Wholefoods carries cardamon pods in the bulk section of it’s spices.
Here is my post with all of the photos:
Posted early and leaving my link very late. Sorry guys!
Loved the Spiced Butter-Glazed Carrots!
I’m still catching up from Christmas!
Here’s My Go-to Beef Daube!
Doodles. Forgot to include link: http://frenchwhisk.blogspot.com/2011/01/french-fridays-my-go-to-beef-daube-pg.html
Better late than never? I did actually *make* these recipes in December!
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