Okay, my friends, it’s another week of fish. Sardine Escabeche. The sardine, a small saltwater fish with soft bones and Mediterranean origins. Escabeche. according to Dorie, a dish of marinated fish. I suspect you have comments and questions and thoughts and technique ideas. This is the place. Enjoy.
We’re into this final countdown for the P&Q link also. This week we’re making a cure-all soup. Anything you want to know or ask or write about it, let us know here.
Many of you already made this for Valentine’s Day. But, if you still have questions, suggestions, thoughts, ideas, leave them here. I am anxious to read your Posts on Friday.
Although Betsy and I had a personal request from Mardi to substitute another fish recipe this week, Betsy and I flat out turned her down and are sticking with Chicken Couscous. I am making this dish tomorrow and have all kinds of spices on deck to torment one poor little chicken. If anyone has suggestions, […]
This week we’re making fish! Some of you are really excited about that, huh. It’s Spice-crusted Tuna and can be adorned with Mango Chatini (page 489) if you so desire. Any problems, concerns, suggestions or ideas, let us know. This recipe competes our fish for the month of January.
Hmmmmmm, let’s talk. Caviar, Aspic, FFWD. What are your questions, concerns, suggestions, techniques, and thoughts. How many of you even like caviar? Is it an acquired taste like oysters? (But, oyster are cheaper to purchase while you’re going about the acquiring, right?) Good luck this week, Doristas.
Any comments, questions, suggestions, or thoughts, this is the place. Have a good week, Everyone.
From both Liz’s and Mardi’s posts on Facebook, this looks like a challenging week. I hope Mardi and Liz will re-post their suggestions here so those of us who do not belong to Facebook can read also. Anyone with suggestions, questions, or advice, please do so here. For those of you enduring the cold, snowy, […]
Sooooo, I already have a problem. No kumquats. Per Kathy, I will try to look for preserved kumquats. However, we have a huge snowstorm coming in today so I might not be able to get to Whole Foods and more exotic speciality food stores down valley. Any suggestions for a substitution? If any of you […]
Since we’ve rallied around the Jerusalem Artichoke last month, maybe you won’t have any problems, questions, concerns, observations or technique clues. But, if you do, just leave your comments here. Have a good week everyone.
March 27, 2015: Next-day Beef Salad (p260)
April 3: Waffles and Cream (p416)
April 10 Salmon Tartare (p180)
April 17: Pork Roast with Mangoes and Lychees (p278)
April 24: Sardine Escabeche (p188)
May 1: Cheesecake Tart (p469)
May 8: Seafood Pot-au-Feu (p308)
May 15: Food Revolution Day (details from Mardi to come)
May 22: Chicken in a Pot – the Garlic and Lemon Version (p206)
A few celebratory weeks to follow...