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Poussin

Nicolas . 1594--1665, French painter, regarded as a leader of French classical painting. He is best known for the austere historical and biblical paintings and landscapes of his later years
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5 Set the poussins aside to rest for a few mins while you toss the aubergine into the pilaf.
Put the poussins in a roasting tin and cook in the oven for 10 minutes.
Piccoli Pulcini will be the Italian version of Petits Poussins, and has been developed with a mum who brought her child to Gill's mother and toddler sessions.
"The Pembrokeshire Poussin is unique," explained Mr Scale.
Rub this into the poussins then set aside for an hour (or longer).
Her recipe for classic dessert Eton mess couldn't be simpler ("Just buy the meringues!" she laughs), while the roast poussin and sweet potato dish, from the glossy picture in the book at least, looks like a delicious new take on an old classic and can be made from start to finish in just over half an hour.
Poussin had always left me cold, and though Richard Wollheim was one of my closest friends, part of my life, really, he was never able to awaken much enthusiasm in me for his favorite painter.
Meanwhile, wash the poussins, pat them dry and rub all over with the cut lemon.
Arrange the roast poussins on a plate with the crayfish and vegetables, and dress with white pepper foam.
Poussins, basically young chickens weighing about 1 pound each, are prized for their tender meat.