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spice-crusted tuna and mango chatini {ffwd}

We enjoy eating fish, any variety, but I usually prepare it very simply and then fancy up the side dishes to make an interesting plate. Most of the fish we eat are heftier ones that lend themselves to grilling in summer and broiling in winter. 570 more words

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spice-crusted monkfish with mango chatini

Our refrigerator is in a dire state these days. The prime problem seems to be that we have been away from home every weekend since we returned from the States. 315 more words

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curried mussels {ffwd}

If I’m not sure what to make for dinner and I go to the store to figure it out, when I see mussels for sale I know the answer. 640 more words

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Curried mussels

To this day I remember my first pot of mussels. It was at Hopleaf Cafe in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood, an old favorite of mine when I lived in the city, which specializes in Belgian food and beer. 223 more words

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arman's caviar in aspic {ffwd}

Caviar is always a natural on New Year’s Eve, so I added this week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe to our appetizer lineup for the night’s holiday dinner. 460 more words

French Fridays With Dorie

ffwd - arman's caviar in aspic

This recipe must be one that is┬ámost-dreaded by Doristas of all of the offerings in Around┬áMy French Table. Upon reading the description, I had to go out and find examples of Arman’s work, since it was supposed to be the inspiration of the dish for a dinner party. 483 more words

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arman's caviar in aspic

Phew, well, it’s done, the most dreaded recipe in the book. I feel somehow lighter. In 3+ years of cooking through Around my French Table with the French Fridays with Dorie crew, Arman’s Caviar in Aspic has always lurked in the background as the recipe which I was most dreading. 223 more words

French Fridays With Dorie