but not here.
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Either pour salt on them for a “now you see if, now you don’t” or:
PROFITEROLES AUX ESCARGOTS FORESTIÉRE
Prepared with wild mushrooms, white wine, and shallots
GOURMET MAGAZINE AWARD WINNER
LES ESCARGOTS DE BOURGOGNE
Snails in shells and garlic butter
LES ESCARGOTS EN PÂTE-A-CHOUX
Snails in profiteroles and garlic butter
LES ESCARGOTS EN PETITES TOMATOES
Snails in cherry tomatoes with garlic butter
LES ESCARGOTS SUR CHAMPIGNONS
Snails baked in fresh mushroom caps and garlic butter
LES ESCARGOTS EN POTS AUX CROUTONS
Snails baked in garlic pots with a crust on top
LES ESCARGOTS EN CROUSTADE AU SAFRAN
Snails cooked in a crust with sweet red peppers
with Chardonnay and saffron sauce
Ugh, ugh, and ugh!
OK, I am going to have nightmares now! You should post a warning on that link… I do have something against snails – they eat everything in my garden and breed like bunnies! The only solution – crunch crunch.
Well if that’s what it takes to get him turn off the video games..lol
I’m in agreement about the garlic and butter, but on a boy’s face is better than in my garden.
“in their place” to me means tossed against a fence ….
I’m with Susan/Garden-chick. Accompanied by a fine Merlot.
By “in their place” I assume you mean floating in a sauce of garlic and butter at a trendy French bistro.
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