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Potato dauphinoise

Potato dauphinoise is believed to originate from the Dauphiné region of France. Josh Eggleton's potato dauphinoise recipe is relatively straightforward but does involve leaving the dauphinoise to press overnight, so plan well ahead. You can serve dauphinoise with a range of meats, or just enjoy with a simple salad.

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from Great British Chefs

Potato dauphinoise

Potato dauphinoise is believed to originate from the Dauphiné region of France. Josh Eggleton's potato dauphinoise recipe is relatively straightforward but does involve leaving the dauphinoise to press overnight, so plan well ahead. You can serve dauphinoise with a range of meats, or just enjoy with a simple salad.

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Curry is a very popular dish in Guyana.   More than half of Guyana’s population originate from India, so our culture and cuisine reflects that.   Any vegetable or meat can be made into a curry,  I used the very popular chicken and potato combination. Here it’s served with Dhal Puri, and Indian flatbread. Chicken and Potato Curry 4 lbs chicken, cut up 5 cloves garlic, crushed 10 stems fresh thyme 2 chicken bouillon cube 1 cinnamon stick 1/3 cup canola oil 4 medium potato cut...

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Share me1.2k3160Croquettes, these delish small bread-crumbed fried delights originate from France. However the first time I had these was when I was travelling around Spain and the same goes for Brooke. To make croquettes the main ingredient starts with either mashed potato or with a béchamel sauce (which is what we used). These are then …

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from Great British Chefs

Potato dauphinoise

Potato dauphinoise is believed to originate from the Dauphiné region of France. Josh Eggleton's potato dauphinoise recipe is relatively straightforward but does involve leaving the dauphinoise to press overnight, so plan well ahead. You can serve dauphinoise with a range of meats, or just enjoy with a simple salad.

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Achsah Wildish of Jamaica, a sixth-form student at British West Indies Collegiate (BWIC) in Turks and Caicos, has been named the “Top in the World” by the Cambridge International Examination Board for her achievements in Advanced Subsidiary-Level mathematics. Anthony Wilkinson, the vice-principal of the school, said the Jamaican born Wildish not only had a 100-percent …