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Romesco is Spain’s everything condiment

October 30, 2015 2:53 pm - Posted by Jody in Eat

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I first tasted garlicky, crimson romesco sauce in Tarragona, Spain, the city where it originated, and it was a revelation. Called a fisherman’s sauce or Spanish ketchup, it was slathered over freshly grilled fish. In Catalonia, romesco is stirred into seafood stews, spooned over fish and served in bowls as a condiment. Since that first bite,… read more

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Cooking with rosemary: This is no delicate herb

October 26, 2015 2:39 pm - Posted by Jody in Eat

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Any English major will tell you that rosemary is for remembrance. In “Hamlet,” poor Ophelia in her madness hands out herbs and flowers just before she drowns herself. The first one she gives is rosemary, saying “that’s for remembrance.” Rosemary is easy to remember because it is so strong and powerful. It is not a delicate… read more

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