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Originally posted by PaWolf Of course, should you poach your own eggs, get real Canadian bacon, and get some decent Bernaise sauce (actually, what you get in most stores is *almost* acceptable (I think a tiny touch of lemon makes it right), and some decent bagels, you've got a wonderful treat!<img src=http://forums.commercialsihate.com/smileys/tongue.gif height=17 width=17 border=0 alt=Tongue /> <br>[/QUOTE PaWolf Of course, should you poach your own eggs, get real Canadian bacon, and get some decent Bernaise sauce (actually, what you get in most stores is *almost* acceptable (I think a tiny touch of lemon makes it right), and some decent bagels, you've got a wonderful treat!Tongue
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Bravo.. I like to make my own holland/bearnaise if I can.
(Bearnaise is holland with tarragon)

Here's something, most restaurants' H sauce, even some "finer" ones, use powdered hollandaise.
Sadly, I will admit, some is semi good.
But nothing beats the real stuff




Bravo.. I like to make my own holland/bearnaise if I can.
(Bearnaise is holland with tarragon)

Here's something, most restaurants' H sauce, even some "finer" ones, use powdered hollandaise.
Sadly, I will admit, some is semi good.
But nothing beats the real stuff
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PaWolf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 Feb 2009 at 11:47am
Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Anyone wanting Eggs Benedict and not knowing how to make their own properly should not try any 'bargain basement' version. Save your pennies and go to a DECENT RESTERAUNT - nothing less. Once you've done this, you will understand - you certainly will not be sorry you spent just a few extra dollars. Of course, should you poach your own eggs, get real Canadian bacon, and get some decent Bernaise sauce (actually, what you get in most stores is *almost* acceptable (I think a tiny touch of lemon makes it right), and some decent bagels, you've got a wonderful treat!Tongue 


Sorry Pa,

I like Hollandaise on my eggs and Bernaise on my steak....
Big%20smileThank you. The simple thought not only had me drooling,  I ended up with scrambled brains...
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