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Roast Striploin of Bison

Raw Bison striploin is generally about 6 lbs. This should feed about 10 people. Where can you get it? I suggest you check out this website: http://www.canadianbison.ca/. If you can’t find any, you can substitute with beef.

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Grilled Sea Scallops

Go to your fishmonger and tell her you want 2 lbs of U10 Dry-packed fresh Atlantic Scallops. They should smell sweet, be off-white to pink or orange in colour and look pretty much like a bag of marshmallows, which is what they’re going to taste like….a beautiful, crispy marshmallow…mmmm.

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Grilled Duck on Brioche

This one may seem complicated but really it’s not too bad. The trickiest part is correctly cutting up the duck breast, you might want to take my suggestion and buy an extra “just in case”.

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Alsacien Poached Pear

You must let pears cool overnight! If you are planning this for a dinner tonight, go back to the store and buy a pie. This may or may not be difficult for you depending whether or not you own a useful little tool called a ‘melon baller.’ Yes, I know, sounds complicated, it is normally used for balling melons…keep your mind on the food. If you do not own a melon baller, do not attempt this recipe. Just warning you.

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Grilled Rack of Lamb

Technically, if we take a rack of lamb and cut it into chops, is it still a rack of lamb? Probably not, but I’m calling the recipe Grilled Rack of Lamb anyway; sounds more ‘chef-like.’

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