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Epiphany dinner with a Galette des Rois

vanessa7 | Jan 3, 201907:16 AM     3

We are having some friends over for a final holiday meal to celebrate Epiphany. I am getting a Galette des Rois and trying to decide what I should make for dinner. I originally thought beef bourguignon, but now I am thinking Mimi Thorrison's parmesan soup or Ina Garten's lentil sausage soup. Any suggestions? I thought a soup would be nice instead of something meat heavy.

If I did the parmesan soup, would gougeres be acceptable for a starter or too much cheese? The soup has bacon in it and I wonder if it would be enough on its own. Mimi suggests it as a starter for beef bourguignon, but that seems like too much soup/stew in one meal.

Also wondering if there is a classic dish made on the Epiphany. I like the idea of something rich with the idea of the Three Kings.

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