|Slow Food(The Case For Taste)|
|by Carlo Petrini|
With a magazine, web site, and over 400,000 followers organized into local "convivia," or chapters, the slow food movement is poised to revolution...
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Put the tuna in a bowl with a dash of salt, mashed up garlic, rounded tablespoon of mayonnaise, a couple dashes of Tabasco, 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne ...
Bake fish in lemon and ... may be used in place of bacon or salt pork. Terry is such a avid fisherman that I find this a great way to use up leftover fish.
Pour 2 tablespoons ... paper towels. Arrange fish in single layer ... minutes. Serve on warm platter. Garnish with lemon slices and olives. 10 servings.
Cut fillets into ... ingredients and baste fish with the resulting ... applied using broiler. Extend cooking time 5-7 minutes per side, 4 inches from heat.
Make batter according to package directions. Cut fish into 2" pieces. ... like Long John Silvers. May also substitute boneless, skinless chicken for fish.
Whip fish with damp towel. ... over fish. Bake in 400 degree preheated oven until fish becomes flaky. Serve with baked potatoes, pickled beets, fresh salad.
Clean fish fillets, combine egg, ... until golden brown. Drain fried fillets on paper towels. For serving add lemon wedges. (Serves 8 or 4 hungry eaters.)
Thinly slice the ... other ingredients except fish and cook 2 ... moderate heat. Put fish in casserole dish and sauce and bake 10 minutes at 400 degrees.
In a 1 ... ingredients until onions are transparent. Add fish, break apart by stirring. Add wine or sherry immediately. Cook fish until it flakes and turns.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place fish in a 9 ... Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until fish flakes with fork. Note: Dried herbs may be substituted for fresh.
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