Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves

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2017/01/21 08:42:18 (permalink)

Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves

http://www.saveur.com/louisville-hot-brown
 
 
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    scrumptiouschef
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    Re: Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves 2017/01/21 08:43:17 (permalink)
    If you don't feel like watching the video here's the hot brown recipe http://www.scrumptiousche...-k-schmidts-hot-brown/
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    Re: Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves 2017/01/21 12:53:12 (permalink)
    The only hot brown I've ever had was last August but I'd definitely like another one sometime.
     
    Good recipe.  Thanks for not getting all fancy-pants with the multicolored cherry tomatoes and chopped herbs like the Saveur article shows.
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    Re: Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves 2017/01/21 13:40:44 (permalink)
    Hmm...It just so happens I roasted up a full turkey breast last night, so now have a large amount of sliced white meat to contend with.  I see a Hot Brown in my near future.
     
    BTW, the fancy multicolored tomatoes may seem a bit frou-frou, but at this time of year, those are the only kind of tomatoes I'd find acceptable.
     
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    Re: Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves 2017/01/21 13:52:01 (permalink)
    Buddy, if you're looking for good tasting tomatoes try the Kumato's. They are smallish, brown tomatoes that come in a sleeve (or a box, if they're the Mexican grown ones). They are really tasty and have a nice acidity to them. Greenhouse grown, but they taste like they were grown outside and have tons more flavour than almost any other store bought variety.
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    Re: Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves 2017/01/21 16:40:08 (permalink)
    Root-Beer Man
    Buddy, if you're looking for good tasting tomatoes try the Kumato's. They are smallish, brown tomatoes that come in a sleeve (or a box, if they're the Mexican grown ones). They are really tasty and have a nice acidity to them. Greenhouse grown, but they taste like they were grown outside and have tons more flavour than almost any other store bought variety.


    He's right. We tried some not long ago.
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    Re: Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves 2017/01/21 17:24:08 (permalink)
    I'm familiar with Kumato's, and would happily use them in a pinch.  I still think, at this time of year, the cherry and grape tomatoes offer the best option.
     
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    Re: Here's to the Hot Brown, the Hangover Helper Everyone Loves 2017/01/22 08:03:08 (permalink)
    Here in sub tropical New Orleans we're already seeing early season tomatoes come in.
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