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It might sound trite and conceited but I have not learnt my lesson and so committed the faux pas of buying marrons when it is not in seaso...
jeudi 8 octobre 2009
It might sound trite and conceited but I have not learnt my lesson and so committed the faux pas of buying marrons when it is not in season as yet. It was a horrendous batch with more than half rotten and inedible and the rest barely passable. Most of all the skin did not peel off easily eventhough it has been roasted in a skillet. It was a waste of time, money spent and waste of stomach space. Petit Suisse who is a keen roasted chestnut fiend (aka marrons chauds) and self proclaimed avid fan told me to finish consuming the chestnuts because he could not swallow the awful batch. He usually wolfs down faster than I can peel them so if he turns away in disgust it means that the marrons were beyond repair.
The end of the season of anything also spells disaster beyond reprimand.
It is one lesson to always buy seasonal produce : taste wise it is better and more cost effective.
This general rule of thumb applies to all fresh fruits, vegetables and produce in general.
No exceptions to this rule whatsoever.
TB The photo displays what successful marrons chauds should look like,