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December 09, 2009


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T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

The next time I get some leeks I will have to try this. I have been too traditional with leeks, sticking to potato leek soup too often.


You just had to know this was going to remind me of my old post about the mustard chicken thighs with braised leeks. The leeks were so, so good. I love this type of preparation for them, and will be sure to make it as a side again soon. Delicious post, truly, and thanks for the reminder.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I love leeks with mustard, the balance of sweet and sharp flavors. Id have to skip the bacon, though, and Im sure that would make a difference in this dish.

Sarah @ Semi-Sweet

I have a few leeks from my recent CSA share and this looks like a fabulous way to prep them . . . I love them simply with butter, but I am truly a lover of both bacon and mustard. Thanks!


Braised leeks, mustard, bacon... whats not to love? :)

Lori Lynn

I love this as an elegant first course, we are planning a holiday party - just might be one of the dishes.LL

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