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Shrimp Ratatouille

Shrimp Ratatouille

Occasionally necessity really is the mother of invention. A couple of containers of late summer ratatouille still in the fridge wondering if I’d forgotten them. (I hadn’t. That stuff’s pure gold.) Raw shrimp on sale at the store that jumped into my cart. A lonely sauté pan on the stove. An empty tummy.

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FRIDAY FISH:  Salmon on Caraway Cabbage with Horseradish Sauce

FRIDAY FISH: Salmon on Caraway Cabbage with Horseradish Sauce

Salmon has become sort of the steak of fish over the past ten years in the U.S. I have no data with which to prove that statement, but offer it up only from my own cooking, teaching, and eating experience. And how that happened is only your good guess, but I’d say it didn’t happen by itself.

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