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Recipe For Café De Paris Butter — 26 Comments

  1. What an interesting selection of wines!!!

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    • And I got to take a bottle of each home!

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  2. I always like to experience new wines with the appropriate food matches. it looks like a wonderful evening of food and wine.
    …I am very curious about the flavour of the cafe de Paris butter??
    GourmetGetaways sharing the blog ♥ Cafe Aqua – Coffs HarbourMy Profile

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    • You would have loved the evening. The butter has a slight curry flavour and I am going to make another batch with the eggs soon 🙂

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  3. Food and wine matching is always so fascinating. How lovely to taste your way through such a variety of wines and dishes.

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    • It was such a great experience Sally 🙂

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  4. Tandy, I have never tried a recipe like this. I am thinking it would be nice, once our kitchen is complete, for a little anniversary celebration with my husband…thanks!

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    • I think it will be a great celebration recipe!

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  5. Oh my! This butter is just loaded with flavors –delicious Tandy!

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    • Thank you Anne 🙂

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  6. Thx to you i just known that the butter called cade de paris….hehehe..
    i like it served cold above a hot steak…

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    • I am yet to try it at home that way!

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  7. That butter sounds completely amazing. I should think it would be gorgeous over a beef steak, too!
    Jenny Eatwell sharing the blog ♥ Curry baked chicken with Slow cooker split pea dhalMy Profile

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    • I am going to have to try it with steak soon!

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  8. I adore cafe de paris butter Tandy and adding eggs is a new idea for me! 🙂 And South African wines are among my favourites too!
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Three Citrus MarmaladeMy Profile

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    • I am curious to see how the eggs work so I have a good excuse to try this again 🙂

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  9. What a lovely range of wine and the butter sounds heavenly.
    🙂 Mandy xo
    Mandy – The Complete Cook Books sharing the blog ♥ Comment on Farewell to a dear uncle by thecompletecookbookMy Profile

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    • the wines are amazing, but the butter is the best 😉

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  10. Mmm that butter sounds fabulously flavored and quite addictive!

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    • it is very addictive!

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  11. Your lobster with that butter sauce looks amazing. I have not heard of leopards leap but will now keep my eyes open.

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    • They export quite a lot of their wines so I am sure you will be able to find some over there!

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  12. A very good and professional revue. Thanks for the recipe for the butter, it is something I can’t wait to make.

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    • Thanks Cin, I love this butter and am going to make my own version next time 🙂

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  13. Oh you lucky, lucky lady – I enjoy wine (as you probably know!) and South African Wines are up there in my favourites!

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    • And these ones are particularly good!

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