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Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Hi guys,
I'm planning to make Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe for a special dinner party with few neighbours but I would like to get amateur cooks feedback before.

Thanks


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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Ha ha, Ashley! I thought that was a spin-off from "The Great British Bake-off" when I read the title!

Anyway, I googled the recipe and it looks pretty straightforward, as long as you allow for 48 hours of marinating and 4 hours cooking time.

Might give it a try one day!

Angela

PS. Welcome to the forum.
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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Thanks for replying Angela,  "I thought that was a spin-off from "The Great British Bake-off" : Certainly not :)
In fact, I expected to have more than 2 feedback on this topic (LOL) but from yours, I think Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe recipe is worth trying though I still hesitate between bread and French fries as best accompaniment.

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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Bread every time.
Andy

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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Great memories of eating this dish in Alsace. Big container, long slow cooking. Chips definitely NO.

Put an empty dish on the table so that you have somewhere for people to dump the bones.
Cendrillon
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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Hi,

I invited some friends to come at home for a small dinner party and tried your recipe Ashley, it worked out perfectly. The baeckoeffe was divine, thanks a lot.
Today, I was thinking about inviting my in-laws for diner party this coming sunday, do not know if they will be free, but I am planning to prepare a French dish, do you have any recommendations and recipe? Thanks in advance.

Rob.

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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

I must have missed this thread the first time around.
Sounds like a great recipe for the winter and would probably cook well in a slo cooker perhaps?

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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Baeckeoffe is perfect for winter but there are also well-known French dishes such as pot-au-feu, onion soup and tariflette which are worth trying.
If I would make recommendation on a  French dish to eat for this Autumn, it would be a great cassoulet with tender beans or a delightful beef bourguignon served with rosemary bread, toasted , choucroute or bouillabaise are also perfect indeed.


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