Farquar?

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by nancya, Mar 22, 2002.

  1. nancya

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    A question was raised on DG that I don't have a clue about...can anyone help?

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  2. marmalady

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    Just did a search for farquar and came up with all sorts of bizarre things, none of 'em relating to food!
     
  3. cape chef

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    I did not know that people ate farquhar, but then again I don't live in Aldarbra.

    The birds name is actually Amirante, which is part of the "Farquhar" group of birds.

    Nancy, was this person just posing this as a retorical question?
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  4. nancya

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    CC: this person said she saw it on a cooking show and wanted to know what it was. I don't think - but who knows? - that she intends to cook these little birdies herself.

    She also asked about Farmer Cheese but at least I knew what that was!

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  5. nancya

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    Never mind....

    Apparently she meant "Foie Gras" but did not hear the term properly.

    :)
     
  6. isa

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    [​IMG] I'm just about falling out of my chair, that's too funny.

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