Be inspired by ♥ Friday’s Food Quiz Number 21

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Friday’s Food Quiz Number 21 — 16 Comments

  1. Mornay with eggs added just makes it more deliciously creamy,..
    What I call béchamel with eggs, Gruyère, and Parmesan, really depends on what other ingredients are added, such as Lobster Mornay. If only pasta is added, I call it…some Dang Good Mac and Cheese…
    Oh, you were looking for the Technical-French Cusine name I guess…lol Who Cares?
    Bless You
    paul

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    • All in the fun of answering the quiz 🙂

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  2. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve seen people slice meat the wrong way!!! EEEk.

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    • And then they wonder why it is tough!

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  3. Oh cream teas – can´t really recreate them here as we can´t get clotted cream (or any decent cream, come to think of it) 🙁

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    • we don’t get clotted cream either – but maybe when we are in Scotland I will have some sent overnight from Devon!

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  4. I would only change one answer. 5. What do you call béchamel sauce to which eggs and Gruyère have been added? YUMMY!

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    • that is a much better answer!

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  5. I think it is Mornay for #5 🙂

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    • thanks Cin xxx

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  6. Ah, Devonshire cream. You bring to mind our eternal debate: what is the difference between a Cornish cream tea and a Devon cream tea? One is jam on before cream, the other is cream on the scone before jam….

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    • love that explanation! The lady in Dartmoor told us that Devon cream teas are better 🙂

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  7. Lavabread sounds very interesting.
    Have a great weekend Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • Thanks Mandy, you too 🙂

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  8. Lavabread! Now there’s something I haven’t heard of before.

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    • I am going to try and taste some in Scotland this year 🙂

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