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  • Here are a few examples all prices are per pound except Boursin which is by the container:

    Comparison Shopping

  • The braised-beef short rib with Boursin scrambled eggs $14—the restaurant's version of steak and eggs—is so popular that co-owner Mike Garcia is considering keeping it as he adjusts the menu to accommodate spring ingredients.

    The Salumeria Awaits

  • To start the ball rolling, I'll offer black pepper Boursin – an inspired topping idea from my friend Sharon.

    How to cook perfect hot cross buns

  • Remove from the grill and immediately spread the entire surface with the Boursin.

    Haute Coals: Frilly Grilling on the Backyard BBQ

  • Because that could allow the bike and Mother-in-law conundrum, and we could also start a rumour that the French were quaffing Beaujolais and Boursin from non-official match sponsors, and see if the authorities could clamp down hard on that, thus reinstating England… or possibly Tonga.

    Rugby World Cup 2011: South Africa v Australia – live! | Evan Fanning

  • So if chicken breasts are a favorite, here are ten different ways to cook them: 1. Roasted, on the bone, skin on, with a spoonful of herbed goat cheese or Boursin tucked under the skin.

    The City Cook

  • One 5.2-ounce package spreadable garlic-herb cheese preferably Boursin

    SARA MOULTON’S EVERYDAY FAMILY DINNERS

  • Wild pheasants prepared a la Languedocienne with a vegetable mirepoix and mushrooms, served on a bed of sweet-sour cabbage, along with a casserole of red sliced potatoes, and Boursin with a 1977 Château de Cadillac Bordeaux.

    OTBN: Ports (and Rosés) in a Storm

  • It was a two-hundred-a night room, however, the management kindly granted us the "distressed traveler rate" and then surprised us with a snack: a box of Boursin cheese, some Carr's crackers and two bottles of Poland Spring, on ice.

    Devon O'Brien: This Wild Balloon

  • From Wikipedia: Boursin® cheese is a soft creamy cheese available in a variety of flavours.

    Archive 2008-09-01

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