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Simple coq au vin recipe New recipes

Simple coq au vin recipe

RecipesIngredientsMeat and poultryPoultryChickenChicken stews and casserolesCoq au vinThe French classic recipe calls for an old rooster but trust me, chicken legs or thighs with the bone in and the skin left on will work just as well. Don& 39;t be tempted to use chicken breasts as the braised thighs will give you much more flavour.

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Bacon Thyme Gougères New recipes

Bacon Thyme Gougères

Position rack in middle of oven. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line a rimmed baking sheet pan with parchment paper. Lightly coat paper with nonstick spray; set pan aside.Combine the water, butter and salt in medium-sized saucepan. Bring to a rolling boil over medium-high heat and immediately remove from heat.

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Fast Cars, Fantastic Food New recipes

Fast Cars, Fantastic Food

Check out the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy — and its in-house restaurantThe restaurant’s signature dish is “tortellini della signora Cesira,” which is made from Enzo Ferrari’s favorite recipe.The Enzo Ferrari Museum has hit on the perfect combination: fast cars and an amazing lunch. Though smaller then its counterpart in Maranello, most visitors take about an hour to make their way through the exhibit.

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Potato figurines New recipes

Potato figurines

Peel the potatoes, cut them into slices and cut them into different shapes, fry them in oil. They go very well as a garnish for a steak, mushrooms, fish, cottage cheese ........... liked our recipe & 34; Potato figurines & 34; don't forget to review it.

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What We’re Loving: Zara Home’s Eddy Dinnerware New recipes

What We’re Loving: Zara Home’s Eddy Dinnerware

For the bohemian in your life, create a golden tablescapeIt’s no surprise that just about every home or entertain editor around the country hasn’t stopped swooning over Zara Home.When the European brand came to the States to finally reveal their chic home collection at — gasp! — affordable prices, we were hooked.

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Stuffed peppers New recipes

Stuffed peppers

We wash the peppers and cut the wheel at the end with the tail, we remove the seeds and we wash them so that there are no seeds left and we drain them, we clean the onion and we cut it finely, we heat the oil and heat the onion mix with tomato paste, wash the rice in more water and mix it with onion, meat, salt and pepper and then the pepper.

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