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Va, I'm not a big fan of sauces on my food. Though did have a lot of experience with sauce making (pun intended) in my first few jobs. I'm good with a little on my Benedict or green vegetables, but tonight I just dunked the cut up Broccolini -stems first, then flowers a few minutes later- into boiling water, shocked them in an ice bath, drained them, then sautéed them in a little bit of evoo that I'd flavored with a few cloves of smashed garlic and S&P to taste.

Interestingly enough, unlike the papal pecking order of broccoli, sauces have a maternal hierarchy. Your Hollandaise happens to be one of the 5 mother sauces. Though, I can't recall of the top of my head all of the others or what you can make, using them as your bases.

Time to dig out my Larousse Gastronomique....or watch the Patriots.

BT

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Have you tried hollandaise on broccolini? Outstanding.

I had ahi tuna over asparagus, red quinoa and an orange-citrus sauce. Pretty good.

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lol,BT.

OT: butternut squash ravioli with a light butter-garlic sauté. some broccoli sautéed in garlic & evoo, topped with a fresh lemon squeeze as the side.

nom nom.

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I am making pork chops with a pineapple, apple, strawberry, and hot pepper relish, garlic mashed, and believe it or not, sautéed Broccolini. I too have heard it called the undesputed king of the broccoli hierarchy. In fact, some call it the Pope of the broccoli family. I have regular fresh organic broccoli in my fridge, too and I swear I heard the Broccolini tell the broccoli to tear out all the wall to wall carpeting in my apartment.

Inconceivable!!

BT

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haddock fish sticks and French fries

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I need some Asian cooking advice.

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Not Doritos....Lays Tomato and Basil potato chips....LOL!

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It amazes me that people balk at $3.99 for a bunch of broccollini yet will pay the same for a bag of Doritos without hesitation.

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@VA: The price! It is darn expensive but worth every penny. It's like the upper echelon of broccoli....LOL

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Roast chicken with bread pudding and broccolini.

How can broccoli be so gross but broccolini be so good?

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