I've looked at this blog, and see posts from fellow bloggers, and it shows me just how far behind I've gotten. It's been a whirlwind of a few years, with little time for anything beyond the absolutely necessary. With what little time was available, making choices about exactly what to do left me leaving things … Continue reading CtBF – Salmon burgers, and catching WAY up!
The first recipe of our last year of cooking through Around My French Table (not to say the last of French Fridays with Dorie), is a simple fish soup/stew, that is both light and filling. You might ask, how does that work? But work, it does. The list of ingredients seems a bit long, but … Continue reading ffwd – simplest breton fish soup
I've never eaten skate before, though I've seen it on a few menus, mainly in coastal cities. To be honest, I still haven't. While we can get a surprising variety of fin fish and shell fish at the better markets in the desert southwest of the US, skate isn't one of them. So when I … Continue reading ffwd – skate (tilapia) with capers, cornichons and brown butter sauce
I live in the desert southwest. There are many people who ask themselves when thinking about buying or ordering fish - am I on the coast? or near a large body of water? Alas, not the case here. Though there are wonderful trout to be had up north if you're a good fisherman, and delightful … Continue reading ffwd – almond flounder meuniere