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    I heard you can get a more interesting flavour if you use duck eggs to make pasta.

    Not tried it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
    I was discussing this just the other day (no, really, I was)

    I was told that duck and goose eggs are great for baking cakes, but too rich to eat on their own, e.g. boiled, scrambled
    We get duck eggs from the local farm and make yummy fried egg and chips
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    We get duck eggs from the local farm and make yummy fried egg and chips
    If we knew how to make proper chips without big bowls of boiling oil that would be a great idea... c'est possible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    If we knew how to make proper chips without big bowls of boiling oil that would be a great idea... c'est possible?
    Preheat oven, open bag, place on tray.

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    They'll do at a pinch, but if I'm having posh egg I want proper chips too
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    ....I want proper chips too

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    If we knew how to make proper chips without big bowls of boiling oil that would be a great idea... c'est possible?
    I slice potatoes into roughly 3/8" thick rounds, coat liberally with olive oil, salt, bit of black pepper, and bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes. They are not really chips but more like chips than roast potatoes, especially if you make them chip shaped.

    You're right though, there is nothing like proper thick cut chips deep fried to perfection. Perhaps just get a couple of bags of chips from the local chippie?
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