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Sur La Table® Classic Chrome Duck Press

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Many chefs consider canard à la rouennaise one of the most magnificent entrees in all of classical French cuisine—and that’s saying a lot. The duck press is a tool used in the preparation of this singular dish invented by Chef Machenet in Paris at the dawn of the 19th century.

We can guarantee you’ll be the only one in your circle to own a culinary piece like this. Our elegant chrome duck press is a one-of-a-kind addition to your kitchen that’s unique right down to its little webbed feet.

A true conversation starter, this classic duck press allows you to utilize the essential flavors of the duck for an amazingly rich glaze that is the key to keeping the flavor of the meat well defined with a moist and delectable texture. To complete the dish, combine with burgundy wine and cognac and reduce. You’ve never had duck like this before!

Made in France.
 
  • Material: Chrome plated metal
BENEFITS:
  • Many chefs consider canard à la rouennaise one of the most magnificent entrees in all of classical French cuisine
  • The duck press is a tool used in the preparation of this singular dish
  • We can guarantee you’ll be the only one in your circle to own a culinary piece like this
  • One-of-a-kind addition to your kitchen that’s unique right down to its little webbed feet
  • Classic duck press allows you to utilize the essential flavors of the duck for an amazingly rich glaze
  • The key to keeping the flavor of the meat well defined with a moist and delectable texture
  • To complete the dish, combine with burgundy wine and cognac and reduce
  • You’ve never had duck like this before!
  • Made in France
 
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