kiridono at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 19:48:35 PDT 2007
So come over for a visit and get it fresh from the "pond"...otherwise known
as the Chesapeake Bay!! Yeah, forgot to mention crab cakes in my list of
favorites. I guess it would also include seared ahi tuna done with sesame
seeds and a wonderful dip of wasabi, mirin and soy. Ain't it grand that
seafood is so good for you??
On 3/13/07, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
> On 3/13/07 6:22 PM, "Sue Clemenger" <mooncat at in-tch.com> wrote:
> > Period or modern or doesn't matter?
> At least "period style" if not actually documented to the letter.
> > Period fish recipes I like include the one for boiled shrimp, and I like
> > (Spanish?) for salmon that involves bitter orange juice. I know there
> > many others, but those are the ones I recall off the top of my head,
> > is busily eating a green salad with some grilled salmon on it. Speaking
> > grilled salmon, there was a tasty salmon dish, grilled and served cold,
> > I'm remembering, and served with, maybe a dill/sour cream sauce? at the
> > event in An Tir I attended last December. Lainie may remember it
> > although she was pretty busy that night...
> Ya well if it's for Lent, then a lot of the creamy goodness is Out. Unless
> can figure out a workaround based on almond milk. You can curdle almond
> like soymilk into tofu, can't you?
> Aeduin's suggestion of the grilled salmon with cider-mustard glaze is ok I
> think, but how much salmon can we get away with serving at the same meal?
> But dammmmn, that man has a way with salmon though.
> Kiri has utterly ruined me for any lesser crab than fresh Baltimore crab.
> Dastardly woman! [yum]
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