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|From:||John Cowan <cowan@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, March 3, 2002, 17:04|
Christophe Grandsire scripsit:
> Well, to make you salivate for more, let me tell you that tonight we're having
> a fondue savoyarde with a few friends :) .
In the spirit of the proposed recipe relay, I decided to look up the
recipe for this, ran it through Google's translator, and got this:
> * 300 G of County
> * 300 G of Beaufort
> * 300 G of Emmental
> * A handle of trumpets of dead (dried or fresh)
> * 1 Clove of garlic
> * 1 wine bottle of Savoy
> * 1 glass of gnôle (Plum if possible)
> * Dry bread cut out in cube
> * Nutmeg
> * Pepper
> To rub the interior of a caquelon with garlic and put it on fire.
> To pour 4 white wine glasses. When it starts to bleach, to add the
> cheese which you beforehand cut in plates (or grated). To mix regularly
> with a spoon out of wooden while making of the 8. Once the cheese spread,
> to pepper, then to add a nutmeg pinch, the gnôle as well as mushrooms.
> To be useful on a stove.
> No-claims bonus:
> At the end of the fondue, when it becomes thick, to add an egg and
> some let us croûtons. To mix and taste instantaneously.
> Accom pagnement: all wines of Savoy, in particular Chigin-Bergeron.
(The original: http://www.skihorizon.com/fr/magazine/fondue.asp)
I particularly like the "handle of trumpets of dead", the bleached
wine, and the cheese "beforehand cut in plates". But I admit
I have no clue what the "8" is doing in there, and it is in the original
as well. OTOH, the original's "Bonus" became "No-claims bonus" for no
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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