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8/11/08 11:03 AM
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I've noticed Chanterelles at the local market a lot recently, my missus said she loves them but has no idea how to cook them or what to do with them, and neither do I.

I had to look up the english word, over here they're called Girolles

If anyone has any suggestions on how to cook them, please post.

If anyone's still wondering what the fuck I'm talking about, here's a pic




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8/11/08 4:21 PM
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 saute them in some bacon drippings (or if you're feeling fancy, some duck fat)
8/12/08 11:13 AM
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Thanks.

Will have to be duck fat, the missus is muslim

Any other ideas?

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8/16/08 11:50 AM
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pan roast them in olive oil, thyme, and garlic. S&P. Pretty tasty.
8/16/08 7:56 PM
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rerox - pan roast them in olive oil, thyme, and garlic. S&P. Pretty tasty.

 fuck that sounds good!
8/17/08 1:08 PM
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 Sweet, I'll get right on that
8/18/08 9:27 AM
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I found a huge patch of black trumpet chantrelles in the woods yesterday. It's the best wild mushroom find i have ever made.http://theforagerpress.com/fieldguide/augfd.htmThese are extremely fragrant (a complex fruity oder) with very thin delicate walls. I'm not quite sure how i will cook them (the thin walls make me nervous about frying) but i'm considering making a light white wine cream sauce with them. Other suggestions are welcome.

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