on February 17, 2012
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Sounds like a lovely Friday dinner to me.
Leave all your shellfishy links right here.
This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
I found out that having some mussels in the kitchen never hurt, and could even be fun and delicious! Loved this recipe :).
I can’t seem to leave a comment on your blog today, but your food looks gorgeous and delicious! (as usual!)
Just saw this…. Thanks so much Candy!
Loved this, both with and without pasta! Come for the mussels, stay for dessert. ;-)
Adriana, this looks brilliant!
These were very delicious, but I wasn’t so fond of the grooming they required…
I made this with pasta, but I can’t wait to try it as a dipping sauce!
Fantastic – we both loved this one !
Apparently blogspot doesn’t like my iPad today.
So happy that you both enjoyed this. Both of your dishes look delicious!!
cant leave a comment on your blog. will you allow anonymous commenters? it seems to be the only way i can comment on blogspot blogs…
here you are!
Awww, its hard to try something you were turned off of – you can always go to the doc and get tested for seafood allergies, or just try one again sometime! I’m very allergic to clams but apparently I really loved them when I was younger when we realized what was going on.
I bet it was a great treat for your sons then! I bet you make it again soon! :)
We loved this with some rigatoni! http://www.franklyentertaining.com/2012/02/17/ffwd-mussels-with-chorizo/
This was a big hit! Looking forward to trying again with pasta.
absolutely, utterly delicious and fabulous… I can’t say we will wait too long before we make it again! Maybe into a nice pasta dish? … :)
A wonderful Valentine’s Day meal….so delicious!
My last FFwD entry before a month-long hiatus. Look forward to cooking with all of you in April!
pretty tasty dish. I think it would be great with pasta too.
Definitely my favorite recipe so far this month. We enjoyed it both without and then with pasta. Can’t wait to eat the last of it for lunch today. Happy Friday everyone.
I love mussels so this was an easy win in my house.
I didn’t make this or eat it but my hubs loved it!
This is such a delicious dish.
Enjoyed this on a rainy Valentine’s evening. Very nice with the chorizo, but I didn’t care for the canned tomatoes so much.
I’m interested to see what you all have done. I caught up on Creme Brulee…now I’ll need to catch up on today’s dish. The Brulee is elegant and fun.
Loved by all!
I have always loved mussels. Especially when I’m in the South of France. But using Dorie’s guidance, I created a little SoF ambiance here in Cambria, California, where I am spending the Winter. Making marvelous moules. Anxious to hear from you.
Awesome flavor combo and once you make it, easy to go freestyle. Fab!
This was a GREAT first FFwD recipe – delicious Valentine’s dinner
Welcome to the group! :) My husband and I enjoyed this one for our Valentine’s day dinner also and we just dipped into a shared deep bowl so it was a great little romantic dinner!
sorry, I can’t leave comments on blogspot lately and you havent allowed anonymous commenters so im leaving my comment for you here. :)
Welcome to FFWD, Heather! Hope you’ll join us again next week (well, it’s this week now!). :)
So happy that you’ve joined us and that you loved the dish!! Can’t seem to leave a comment on your blog, but your photos looked great, and it all looked so yummy!!
Great flavors! We really liked it! http://www.jemangelaville.com/2012/02/16/ffwd-mussels-and-shrimp-and-chorizo-with-pasta/
What a great recipe to return to the Dorie fold with! I loved it!
blogger hates me, but I loved your post! Yes, bread. And now I’m ready to make this again, yours looks so good!
It was awesome.
This is one of my top 2 favorite dishes from AMFT…amazing!!!
I love mussels and this recipe was great. I think I still prefer Moules Mariniere, but I wouldn’t be upset if I had to eat this again. ;)
My favorite sausage maker was out of chorizo so I am taking the dish to Portugal with linguica. This is a dish I dream of. http://recipes.terra-americana.com/2012/02/mussels-and-chorizo-with-pasta-.html
http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2012/02/salmon-and-chorizo-without-pasta-french.html – having it now for lunch!
A great dish, went together so easily. Enjoyed by all…in the various forms! http://missblossombakes.wordpress.com
I might not get to read posts until the weekend, its Sous Chef’s birthday today, and Sasha the Wonder Dog had surgery yesterday. Looking forward to reading what everyone did this week!
Happy French Friday!
I had to make this for myself since I’m the only one in the house who will eat mussels, but I loved it!
Mussels for him, crab for me, delicious sauce!
I wasn’t sure about this, but it turned out delicious.
Looked and smelled beautiful, will have to make it again!
MMMM is for Mussel Love. Made it Sunday but couldn’t find a moment to blog! http://wp.me/p1Juyy-8f
Fave for my husband- the jury’s still out for me!!
I wanted to make homemade pasta for this to soak up the delish sauce but…time was not on my side today :(
Here’s my link, from a very Dorie day: http://onewetfoot.com/2012/02/17/ffwd-mussels-and-chorizo-with-or-without-pasta/
I have to say that this is going to become a favourite.
Always happy to try a recipe with mussels, and this was no exception!
I’m not an expert with mussels, but I liked this so much that I may have to become one.
Being from the Canadian Maritimes, mussels are a staple around here. This is the first time we’ve tried them with chorizo, and they were scrumptious.
My post actually went up on time, but I was in the Bahamas so I couldn’t post my link. I liked the recipe, but don’t love mussels….http://joracooks.blogspot.com/2012/02/ffwd-mussels-and-chorizo-without-pasta.html
Two out of three tasters thought this was delicous. Prior to this I hadn’t ever met a mussel! With or without a beard! Yikes.
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