I would love to take credit for making my own recipe, but I didn't. I got this recipe from some other source, that I know. Could have been Food and Wine, could have been Fine Cooking, Cook's Illustrated or Saveur. Could have been a number of other magazines that no longer exist.
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All I know is I'm thankful you posted it because I've made it or a slight variation on it, three times in the last couple of weeks!
In the middle of a bathroom remodel, and it's taking FOREVER. Finally got the tile chosen and held at the store. Ordered the caulk and grout from another place today, and for as cheap as you want to do it, it's all really expensive. We are doing everything, and it's still gonna run around $2K or more.
I hunted for this recipe today, Jane, after reading about it in the Doug's Smoked Mushroom Dip thread. Sounds delicious. My husband is not a potato fan but loves cream sauces, Dijon mustard and fresh dill which we have growing outside in a pot though it's trying to poop out in this heat. Thanks so much, as it does indeed sound good, pretty and easy -- all things I enjoy!
Figured by thanking you, I'd bump it up for the Fourth.
BTW, just did a search for it and found one with a cite -- says it was from the October 1992 issue of Bon Appetit. You reminded me of me, as I used to get a lot of cooking mags, and really miss some of them that no longer publish, especially Cuisine. I remember they had a cover that had the BACK of James Beard's bald head on it, one of my favorite covers of all time.