This gumbo was created for Craig Claiborne of The New York Times. When he asked chef Folse to come to his home on Long Island to create a special dinner depicting the evolution of Cajun and Creole cuisine, he knew this unusual dish would be the perfect choice. Recipe courtesy of chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto, Restaurant R’evolution
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Deviled Eggs
This hors d'oeuvre is an eye-catching display of black caviar set on a miniature bed of onion-laced deviled egg. Each tiny quail egg sits snugly on a little round brioche toaste and requires only a pinch of caviar to complete the picture. They are easy to serve to dinner guests upon arrival or to a circulating cocktail crowd, and may serve to prompt some lively discussion, too. Popping a little egg into your mouth and washing it down with a glass of chilled sparkling wine makes a stunning equation on the palate.You can find quail eggs in specialty-food shops. Peeling and preparing them is a task geared toward cooks with a gentle touch.  — Jeff MorganAdapted from "Domain Chandon Cookbook" by Jeff Morgan.
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Harold Dieterle’s restaurants are known just as much for their delicious and unique meals as they are for his Top Chef acclaim. Plated over mint cavatelli, these tasty little bites are exciting and comforting all at once —– the perfect combination to remind you that it’s just another Thursday night. 
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Ahhhh, my favorite time of year is here. It’s officially Fall. The temp is dropping, soon the leaves will be too after that magnificent color change. All of this revelry in the season got me thinking of some sort of fall themed recipe. It took some doing but I finally came up with the Grilled Mallard Duck.
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This recipe screams decadence, with a black truffle and foie gras stuffing. It doesn’t stop there, though. After being stuffed, each quail is wrapped in slices of bacon so that it’s flavorful and dynamic on the outside just as it is on the inside. 
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Pan de Bono Sliders
In this recipe for sliders, pork tenderloin medallions pair wonderfully with pan de bono, a Colombian yucca cheese bread, and fried plantains. A little onion slaw and fried egg tops off this hearty and satisfying snack. See all pork recipes.
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Ramps and Eggs
We sautéed garlic and shallots, wilted the spinach, and ramps, deglazed with white wine, reduced cream, placed in a skillet with a quail egg, and baked untll the egg was sunny-side up. Brunch perfection: achieved. Click here to see In Season: Ramps.
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Creole Louisiana Snapping Turtle Soup
This soup recipe is the specialty at Restaurant R'evolution, located in New Orleans. Although it's definitely a weekend project for home cooks, it's well worth the trouble. Or, you could just fly down to my restaurant and order it off the menu.
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This recipe is an elegant variation of a classic eggs Benedict, creating a light and airy lobster "foam" as the sauce, and using fried quail eggs instead of the usual poached. 
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