Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: julienne






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  1. Just wanted to let you know that I showcased your link to Food on Friday: Eggs today in a new weekly series "Need Inspiration?" Have a great week.

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    1. Thank you, Carole! I'm so glad to be included :)

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  2. I'm not a cook, which explains why I don't know what Julienne is.

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    1. It's a cut that makes long strands, like matchsticks.

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  3. i've no idea what julienne is but looks like a good choice for a healthful diet.

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    1. Julienne are match-stick style slices. I used a peeler to make spaghetti like strands!

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  4. Looks so green, and right now quite inviting. I have been craving green summer vegetables lately.

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  5. are these from your kitchen? how did you grate them like that? It's perfect - like the way I want to do mine, but can't.

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    1. I used a julienne peeler.
      There are three kinds. They all work well, just depends what style you are comfortable with!
      Messermeister Julienne Cutter
      Kuhn-Rikon Julienne Peeler
      or
      Kyocera Mandoline Julienne Slicer

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  7. Love those julienne peelers, so much easier to pull out than a mandolin! Very pretty!

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  8. Spookily enough I have been grating courgettes for a goat's cheese quiche to serve this evening. Great shot.

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  9. oh yes..love the way it looks and tastes...

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  10. Nice! Wish I had a mandoline slicer :)

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  11. Oh wow. What an awesome shot. Love it.

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  12. Looks like zucchini, I'll have to find a peeler like that, cuz these would make great noodles for a rawfood diet recipe.

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  13. brilliant shot! is it zuchini?

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  14. Thanks for all the nice comments! Have a great week :)

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  15. Good workout for that gadget :) It's still in my shopping cart - one day!

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  16. Seeing all those wonderful julienne strips is making me hungry all over again--even though I finished eating dinner just a half hour ago!

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  17. I don't have a julienne peeler. The zucchini looks neat!
    ~Judy

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  18. I used a julienne peeler for the first time tonight -- my mother-in-law gave it to me. Perfect for cutting carrots that go well in cole slaw. One question, though, what's the best way to clean it?

    Great photo!

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    1. Carefully! Not kidding, that blade is pointy. I use a toothbrush and then throw it in the dishwasher top rack.

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    2. Toothbrush! Thanks! I'll try that.

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  19. Oh, that reminds me, I need to go fix dinner!! :)

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  20. Couldn't make out it is Zucchini! Cool!

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