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Let me introduce you to Daisy and Donald, leading performers of a pre-Christmas dinner (already!) with friends. Stuffed with chestnuts, red-wine-marinated-prunes and cranberries, accompanied with Port-wine-sauce, and with traditional Blaukraut (red cabbage) and Semmelknödel (bread dumplings) on the side they were quite tasty. Yeah! Can’t hide my pride! :=)

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  1. Claudio (guest) Said,

    Vermutlich nicht so wild wie bei mir, dafür aber auch nicht so trocken, stimmts? Well done!

  2. alexis2 Said,

    Ja das war keine Wildente sondern ein Experiment mit der berüchtigten “Aldi-Ente”, unter Freunden. Aber wie Du hab ich auch Umluft verwendet, hat aber trotzdem geklappt. Lieber 3 Stunden bei 160 grad als 1,5 Stunden bei 200 grad. Obwohl, so genau weiss ich auch nicht mehr welche Strategie ich da gefahren bin, war irgendwas anderes, aus dem Bauch heraus! :P

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