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Old 02-28-2010, 08:17 AM   #1
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A Dutch bbq workshop

Yesterday we had a workshop by Jeroen (admin for the dutch bbqforum(.nl)) in Rotterdam.

On the menu was:
-smoked salmon
-duck breasts
-gamba's

-2 16lbs turkey's
-duck sausage
-Dutch Oven risotto
-Dutch Oven Cassoulet with confit de canard
-Chocolate cakes with grilled pineapple,grilled pear and whip cream.

Salmon:




making duck sausage










Duck




me:


Turkey:









Dutch Oven Cassoulet with confit de canard





creating dessert



As often, during the day the pictures were taken, during dinner, everybody forgot they brougt a camera...

It was a great day, I met old friends and made new one's.

Greetings,
Frank
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Re: A Dutch bbq workshop

Frank, when you folks do it ... you do it up right. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: A Dutch bbq workshop

Looks like a wonderful time. Food looked great too!
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Looked like a real good time was had by all.
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Looks like a great time and fantastic food
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I'd really like to try that duck sausage...never
heard of that before
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Nice to see a Dutch oven going also!! Rounds things out nicely. Huge feast! Thats my kinda food.
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Very impressive. It's great that you have a chance to get everyone together to share ideas and learn firsthand. Thanks for your updates.
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Re: A Dutch bbq workshop

That's the benefit of the Netherlands (and Belgium) Never more then 3 hours drivetime away from anybody...
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