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  • Garibaldis' receipe for "italian fondue" S2 Ep4

    Hi there,

    In episode 4 of season 2 we see Garibaldi arguing with Dr.Franklin over his special meal to honour his dad.
    Now I don't know if this is the correct spelling - Bounya Couta? - but I was wondering if anyone had ever actually found the receipe or had JMS just made this up?

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    Bagna Cauda

    Originally posted by Talwyn View Post
    Hi there,

    In episode 4 of season 2 we see Garibaldi arguing with Dr.Franklin over his special meal to honour his dad.
    Now I don't know if this is the correct spelling - Bounya Couta? - but I was wondering if anyone had ever actually found the receipe or had JMS just made this up?
    Bagna Cauda is indeed a real dish.

    There is a version of this recipe that appears in the Babylon 5 cook book -Dining on Babylon 5 (Amazon). Or, you could do a search around for a recipe.

    Hope that helps!


    Chobbly

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    • #3
      I believe it was made on one of the cooking shows on the Food Network just a couple of weeks ago. You might want to go there and do a search.
      Joan

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      • #4
        Thanks guys

        much appreciated

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        • #5
          Ingredients

          3/4 c olive oil
          Baguette slices
          3 to 4 c assorted raw vegetables: red or white Belgian endive leaves, fresh fennel slices, celery sticks, red or yellow bell pepper strips, or zucchini slices
          1 can (2 oz.) anchovies, drained & minced
          1/4 c (1/8 lb.) butter
          3 tbsps minced garlic

          Directions

          Step #1 In a 1- to 1 1/2-quart pan over med-heat/flame, melt butter.
          Step #2 Add olive oil, garlic, & anchovies; stir until mixture is bubbling.
          Step #3 Meanwhile, arrange vegetables on a platter & baguette slices in a bowl.
          Step #4 Pour bagna cauda into a 1 1/2- to 2-c fondue pot & set over a candle or medium-low alcohol or canned-heat flame (see notes); stir mixture often & adjust heat as needed so garlic doesn't burn.
          Step #5 Serve with vegetables & baguette slices.
          Enjoy the Bagna Cauda recipe





          For more recipes

          http://www.grouprecipes.com/sr/18602...-cauda/recipe/

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          • #6
            Whilst not Italian, I am Spanish so this dish to me sounds like pure heaven!
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            • #7
              It's generally a New Year's Eve dish. We have it every year.
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