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Stir in the creme fraiche, followed by the smoked whitefish.
The broccoli/cheddar filling might have been a bit shy of personality, but tiny crispy onions sprinkled on the dish perked everything up, as did a rather elegant creme fraiche on the side.
That said, his three-ingredient braise of daikon and his no-cook dessert of bananas, creme fraiche, honey and curried cashews are dishes anyone can do.
Serve it with latkes, or with toast or crackers, and creme fraiche.
Kurt Spataro, executive chef for Paragary’s restaurants, will contribute the bridge’s lone seafood dish: smoked Mount Lassen steelhead trout served with cucumber and a horseradish creme fraiche.
Use a fork to whisk together the milk, creme fraiche, eggs and vanilla extract in a large liquid measuring cup until well blended.
On the menu: smoked salmon Oscars–that is, pumpernickel crostini shaped like Oscars topped with creme fraiche and a hint of caviar.
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First Known Use: 1950See Words from the same year
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