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France Adventure, Part 10

9-27-08  –  Dijon, by Jodi

Got ready this morning and opted for the corner patisserie for bread, croissants, and milk for breakfast, the hotel breakfast didn’t look like it was worth the E8 each for basically the same darn thing we got at the local patisserie. 496 more words


Blackberry Mustard Glazed Pork Loin

This is one of those out of the pantry recipes that can come in handy with whatever cut of pork or chicken that you have on-hand. 411 more words


Chicken with Leek & Bacon Sauce

I made this last night with leeks from the garden but since I’m not a fan of mustard, this wasn’t for me. I’ve tried to like mustard but I just can’t. 263 more words


Ceasar's dressing: Gone green

Ceasar’s dressing was one of my absolute favorites growing up; it was a great mix of creamy, garlicky goodness. Okay, this version isn’t exactly like that, but it… 161 more words


Poulet à la moutarde de Dijon (Chicken Dijon)

Mustard has the ability to make bland dishes more interesting and it can be used with all types of meats, poultry and seafood. Dishes prepared with Dijon mustard are usually called “à la dijonnaise” and there is a reason for that, but I am getting ahead of myself.

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Today In Grateful Dead History: September 18, 1974 - Parc des Expositions, Dijon, France

Phil bombs, Phil bombs and more Phil bombs!  If you want to know exactly what Phil Lesh was up to during 1974, you need to check out this show, which features Mr. 309 more words

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Cavolini Al Forno


Well this was probably my favorite of the week. I sort of feel like I knew it was going to be because from the moment I saw the photo in the cook book I could tell it would be amazing. 353 more words