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    Well the "secret" is to roll a butterball - then roll it in a mix of breadcrumbs and egg. Put it in the freezer for approx. 20 minutes. Make a hole with a needle (all the way into the butter). Now fry it, the butter will melt - dry ball on a piece of cloth. When plating inject the bechamel into the ball (you already made the tiny thole before you fried) and voila

    I took the same ingrediences and played a little more. Same stuff - different outcome.


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    amazing plating and photograph. Your very talented! Thanks for the info. Its just too cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post
    amazing plating and photograph. Your very talented! Thanks for the info. Its just too cool!
    Thanks, I'm trying ...

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    Nicely done. Also impressed with the variations. Doing many takes with the same ingredients requires creativity for sure.

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    Looks awesome!

    If only our teacher hadn't sucked and we'd actually get time to get good stuff like this together.

    Hell, i'll try this later. It seems like quite a bit of waste of butter, and oil. But that result makes it worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candlejack View Post
    Looks awesome!

    If only our teacher hadn't sucked and we'd actually get time to get good stuff like this together.
    Thanks, well I started as an apprentice in May last year. Never cooked before, no real tutoring, especially on the subject plating - just jump in, try things out - and you will be fine for sure

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    I love it! I don't get to do stuff like this often enough as our usual clientelle at the CC are "just feed me" people that wouldn't appreciate let alone understand food this involved.

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    I really look forward to your posts. Thanks for sharing your techniques.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckhand View Post
    I really look forward to your posts. Thanks for sharing your techniques.
    You are welcome ... more to come

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    Looking good, the second one especially.

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