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#1 2012-03-31 14:49:41

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French Onion Soup

Made this last night for part of supper there is one bowl legt over if anyone is interested can drop it off on Monday

http://i1230.photobucket.com/albums/ee481/popscoops/frenchonionsoup001.jpg


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#2 2012-03-31 15:02:29

Susan
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Re: French Onion Soup

Me me me!!!!

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#3 2012-03-31 15:47:08

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Re: French Onion Soup

Susan I did not expect you to want it


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#4 2012-03-31 16:26:50

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Re: French Onion Soup

Me me me
But its to far away
now I guess I will have to make some
But I doubt it will be as good (its always better when someone else makes it)
Thanks for making me hungry Pops

Joe

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#5 2012-03-31 17:19:00

Lindy Lou
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Re: French Onion Soup

Pops It's only fair that if you show the picture you have to share the recipe. You don't have any recipes for Sheep Milk cheese do You?


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#6 2012-03-31 18:39:22

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Re: French Onion Soup

That looks great, I love French onion soup. Shame you are so far away. The Alton Brown's "good eats" French onion soup recipe is great, that is the one I use.  I made tons of it in the fall to do something with when we had zillions of small onions.  I pickled some and the rest got made into French onion soup. MMM could just eat a bowl today after the snowflakes we have had. :cozy:

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#7 2012-04-01 00:50:27

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Re: French Onion Soup

4 cups of beef stock 4 medium onions sliced 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce and a  good dollop of butter, in a pot melt the butter with the onions till transparent then add the beef stock and Worcestershire sauce simmer for one hour then pour into an oven proof dish cover the top with 1 1/2 inch thick sliced French bread cover that with mozzarella cheese and then cover that with fresh grated Parmesan place in oven at 375 for 10 min then on broil till lightly browned and then eat.


peafowl many colours, India blue, Silver pied, Black shoulder, Midnight black shoulder, Cameo, Buford bronze, Pieds, Whites, Purple pieds, Javas and others, Black copper marans, Wheaten marans, Blue cochins, Euskal Oiloa,  Americanas, BLRW, Jersey Giants, Silkies , Naked neck silkies, Ridley bronze Bourbon red, Guineas,  Eclectus, parrotlets, Bare Eyed Cockatoos Macaws.
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#8 2012-04-01 01:22:28

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Re: French Onion Soup

wow that looks good :roadtrip: I'm coming to get it LOL


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Euskal Oiloa, Barred Plymouth Rock, and a wish list as long as my arm. Twitter @crookhousefarm

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#9 2012-04-01 01:30:01

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Re: French Onion Soup

MMmmm!  :eat:

Mods move this to recipes so it'll be easy to find, please.

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#10 2012-04-01 01:44:45

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Re: French Onion Soup

Done!

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#11 2012-04-01 02:46:38

Lindy Lou
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Re: French Onion Soup

Thanks very much for sharing Pops. It looks absolutely delicious and now I can re-create it here in Ontario. We should have our 1st Coast to coast EO owners making French Onion Soup day.
So now Pops are luck in finding me a good recipe for Sheep milk Cheese? :please:


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#12 2012-04-01 14:54:48

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Re: French Onion Soup

I  have a friend that makes it, I  have a call into him

Take a look at this

http://cheesemakinghelp.blogspot.ca/201 … heese.html

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#13 2012-04-01 16:30:57

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Re: French Onion Soup

Thanks a lot Pops and I did get your PM. Funny I was sure you would know of someone that could help. POPS you're the Best.


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#14 2012-04-01 20:55:37

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Re: French Onion Soup

Okay so I've got my very first wheel of Farmhouse Cheddar under a 50lb weight. When I started I didn't give any thought as to what time the weight needed to come off. Guess what. It's done at 4:00 in the morning :funny:
What's even funnier is I don't eat Cheese :funny: :funny:

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#15 2012-04-01 21:06:06

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Re: French Onion Soup

I will take all the cheese I can get I love cheese  :roadtrip:


peafowl many colours, India blue, Silver pied, Black shoulder, Midnight black shoulder, Cameo, Buford bronze, Pieds, Whites, Purple pieds, Javas and others, Black copper marans, Wheaten marans, Blue cochins, Euskal Oiloa,  Americanas, BLRW, Jersey Giants, Silkies , Naked neck silkies, Ridley bronze Bourbon red, Guineas,  Eclectus, parrotlets, Bare Eyed Cockatoos Macaws.
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#16 2012-04-01 21:40:35

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Re: French Onion Soup

You may not want this cheese. I've never made it before :funny:


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#17 2012-04-01 23:01:23

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Re: French Onion Soup

:eat: You guys are making me hungry

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#18 2012-04-01 23:15:28

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Re: French Onion Soup

Well for supper tonight fried potatoes, short ribs with korean sauce, salad  and I am craving a german chocolate cake , If Susan is paying attention I making a couple Broccoli Quiche if you want one

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peafowl many colours, India blue, Silver pied, Black shoulder, Midnight black shoulder, Cameo, Buford bronze, Pieds, Whites, Purple pieds, Javas and others, Black copper marans, Wheaten marans, Blue cochins, Euskal Oiloa,  Americanas, BLRW, Jersey Giants, Silkies , Naked neck silkies, Ridley bronze Bourbon red, Guineas,  Eclectus, parrotlets, Bare Eyed Cockatoos Macaws.
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#19 2012-04-01 23:39:34

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Re: French Onion Soup

That sounds great!  :wine:  We are having roasted Freezer boy (our Belted galloway steer) with Yorkshire puddings and potatoes sauteed in free ranged pig lard!

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#20 2012-04-02 00:09:53

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Re: French Onion Soup

Stop stop stop this isn't fair!  :stomp:


Just kidding  :funny:

Do tell!...

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#21 2012-04-02 00:17:04

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Re: French Onion Soup

I'm paying attention!! Oh and yorkshire puddings! I love them!! Iade th a few weeks ago with the roast beef I got from JCE's mom. Divine!

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#22 2012-04-02 00:45:59

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Re: French Onion Soup

Ahh Claire you should have phoned. We'd have driven up for Roast freezer Boy and Yorkshires. :whistle:

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#23 2012-04-02 11:11:32

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Re: French Onion Soup

We didn't eat til 9pm, Lynn, bit of a late night for you! Maybe next time.  It was the first roast of his we have had.  Guess we are on summer hours now, eating and BBQing in the dark when we have got everything done we can round here before dusk!  The roast was huge and took ages to cook!  I think it'll be nice roast beef sandwiches this week.  We had the extra yorkshire puddings warm with golden syrup for dessert! :eat:

I still want some of that French Onion soup.  I have loads in the freezer still.  I made a monster batch in the fall.  Quiches are an awesome way to use up eggs too! Yum.

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#24 2012-04-02 11:46:24

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Re: French Onion Soup

Early or late Roast beef and Yorkshires always sounds good. we ate late too, seems harder to stop working outside when the sun's still out. I have a two pound lump of cheese air drying this morning. I've no idea if I've done it right or not. Anybody know if it's supposed to feel sort of rubbery? I'm going to have a good at some cream cheese next.
It should be easier because with cheddar type cheese you have to press it with a 50lb weight. I didn't realize I would have to get into body building to make cheese :funny:


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#25 2012-04-02 12:58:09

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Re: French Onion Soup

It will feel rubbery for a few weeks at least.  Do you have a 6 to 8 degree place to keep it?  We turned our back fridge up and ripened ours in there but we vac pacced ours do the sealed fridge didn't mildew it.  Any colours of mold is good but black or red on it, and if it smells like diapers it got e-coli in it.  That's all I remember!  How exciting, a golden bundle of goodness! :eat:  Did you give the chickens the whey?

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