on November 3, 2011
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November is one of my favorite food months of the year. So many fantastic fall dishes waiting to be made.
Let’s get started, leave those tasty links, y’all.
This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Apparently duck breast is seasonal at my supermarket, so I won’t be able to get my hands on any until the week before Thanksgiving. I figure I’ll cook this duck recipe Thanksgiving week, and made quiche maraichere as the free recipe originally scheduled for the end of the month. I look forward to stealing–ahem, I mean being inspired by–all of your ducky ideas.
Simply elegant – even though I stressed over it the whole way!
Have a great weekend, everyone.
This was a new ingredient for Nana and I to prepare – and we loved it !
Beautiful – great job, both of you!
Third to post this week? Pretty neat! … Wanted to hate it, I was ready to despise it, and yet, I was pretty surprised!
or fourth…. LOL! :)
A winner at our house!
this was really, really yummy!
My hand is still burning from the hot fat splash!
I really enjoyed this – scrumptious:
Would’ve loved to have stayed true to the recipe … but couldn’t. Grr.
My post will be live at 12AM PST: http://tammycirceo.typepad.com/tammy_circeo_musings_on_l/2011/11/french-fridays-with-dorie-honey-glazed-duck.html
I loved this! I’m not totally convinced it’s a weeknight meal (duck is pricey!) but I will definitely make it again: http://www.jemangelaville.com/2011/11/03/ffwd-twenty-minute-honey-glazed-duck-breasts/
Duck is a favorite in my house and this recipe didn’t disappoint…
Gah! Mine were a beautiful pink when I took them out of the oven but just 2 minutes later once I sliced them, they went all ugly and grey :( But my husband loved these and I am pleased I now know how to cook duck breast properly!
I loved learning that I can make restaurant food at home. Loved it!
This was definitely a winner at our house. Hope everyone has a great weekend!
Loved this!! http://www.franklyentertaining.com/2011/11/04/ffwd-i-was-hoping-for-20-minute-duck/
Happy Friday! I loved that the duck breasts turned out perfectly with this method, but didn’t care all that much for the sauce.
And thank you to everyone who wished us well last week on our Pirate Party – it was a huge success and the post is up with lots of photos and recipes if you’re interested ;-)
Had trouble tracking down just duck breasts this week, so, had to sit this one out. But can’t wait to see how everyone liked it!
I adored this – Can’t wait to read everyone’s posts! Locating duck was more challenging than I thought it would be, but we made it. Photos on the decorating to come next week:)
Happy French Friday to all my FFWD friends!
Here is my Gallic spin on a Japanese classic: Oyako Tartine! What does “oyako” mean? It literally translates to “parent and child”. Click to find out this great brunch dish.
This has been a crazy and hectic week for me. I posted a short little blurb but I’m really glad I tried the recipe even though I used chicken instead!
First time cooking duck, success!
The best duck I’ve ever made! Hubby loved it~
First time cooking with duck. The detailed recipe led to success!
My first time cooking duck… I’m truly inspired!
It was also my first time cooking with duck – definitely won’t be my last! http://joracooks.blogspot.com/2011/11/ffwd-honey-glazed-duck.html
Better late than never. Just couldn’t sit down long enough to blog. We loved this dish! Not so tricky and we had it on Halloween!
I finally made these, and boy, were they worth the wait!!
Forgot to add the link earlier today. This recipe was amazing!
I’m always late:
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