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Guest Post – DUCK!!! — 19 Comments

  1. Seems an extreme oversight that I’ve never had duck pancakes before. Yum!

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    • Oh cool, I got comments!!! I’ve been looking with avarice at your sourdough… something to test very soon! It is a very serious oversight to not have had duck pancakes!

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  2. Nice, I never had duck. I think I must convince my husband to slave over this.

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    • never having had duck is a crime. Far to delicious to have missed out on, give the slave a good flogging and set him to work!

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  3. Looks quite tasty in the end!!!

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    • more comments!! goodie!!! Lovely part of the world you live in!

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  4. Well, methinks this actually takes more time to read than to do! Have had the ‘proper’ Chinese thing in situ many a time, but haven’t tried myself . . hmmm! Kind of fun if you have weekend houseguests whom you can entice with a glass of red to do ‘the chores’ and enjoy the results . . . with duck breasts to make matters easier . . . 🙂 !

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    • Put ’em to work I say!!

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  5. A fantastic guest post 😀
    Duck looks so juicy and delicious!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • thanks for the comments, I see I’m going to have to do another post here!

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  6. Reminded me of visits to China, first time we rolled the pancakes with out fingers like any gross western tourists. By the time I had been there for a while, I could select, assemble, roll and eat the whole thing with my chopsticks.

    PS – your slices are a little thick, so I think you should come here and make more to get more practice doing the slicing thinner and thinner

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    • Is that an invitation? >evil grin<

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  7. This duck looks amazingly good! And you’re right, I love Chinese duck more than other types of duck! 😀
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Safi Middle Eastern Dining, North SydneyMy Profile

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    • Thanks for the comment – I’ve just been drooling over some of your posts!

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  8. Fabulous – what a beautiful way of recreating a Chinese classic. I have a pal who makes it quite often too and she dries the duck overnight int he fridge then hangs it up and blasts it for 20 mins with her hairdryer. Really does work!

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    • the hairdryer is a fantastic idea! something to try out!

      as is your mussels with chorizo… definitley something I’ll be making, looks superb!

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  9. Hello Alex, Wow this is a superb dish! You put so much effort and prep into this dish! I will have to stop by your blog to give you a visit.
    Tandy, make sure to overindulge in all the food and wine of plenty. Have some for me too.
    Take Care, BAM

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    • HI BAM, Alex has been convinced to blog on my bog instead of starting his own and I hope he sticks to that as it is so nice to have a different approach here 🙂 I always over indulge when Alex is around!

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    • Tandy doesn’t need much invitation for a second helping !

      I’ll put some more stuff up here soon, thanks for the comment!

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