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Olga Booker wrote:
In the North of France they do 'Coq à la bière' which is pretty much the same except you replace the wine with beer. It is lighter and I admit to prefer it to 'coq au vin'.

Anyway, tonight I cooked wild boar ribs with cabbage, carrots and roast potatoes- all from the garden, followed by apple crumble with cream and a dash of agave syrup.

Ohhh. Now I want to try Coq à la bière with a gluten-free beer. Lighter sounds great because the coq au vin was a bit heavy.

Also, your wild boar dinner and apple crumble sound like the perfect fall meal! YUM.

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Today I prepared the first Sweet Dumpling (ever). Oh my, I guess this will be my favourite squash/pumpkin and I will grow them every year now.

First I steamed the squash for about 20 minutes.
In the meantime I improvised the filling by making a very small batch of very thick béchamel sauce. I added about 3 tablespoons cream cheese, 2 tablespoons blue cheese, some bread crumbs (I use the ends of my sandwich loaves for that purpose) and chopped walnuts, of course I added some salt, thyme and pepper as well.

I cut open the pumpkin, scraped out the seeds and inserted the filling, and into the oven. So good! The pumpkin tastes a lot like chestnuts (which I love but they are quite pricey). I would say better then the Kuri.
Stuffed Sweet Dumpling
Stuffed Sweet Dumpling
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