Don't know where I got this one. Easy to make since most of the ingredients are in the average pantry. Just serve sauce with cooked, chilled shrimp, crabmeat, or lobster and garnish with lettuce and lemon wedges.
This recipe was adopted after Mean Chef (IHHDRO) left the site. His original comments were, "A very mustardy, robust dressing for salad greens. Can also be used as a marinade for fish. Recipe adapted from Mariel Hemingway." I first prepared it at the urging of Shelly, and wasn't sorry. My original review stated, "This is a very mustardy dressing. I followed Shelly's suggestion of reducing the mustard and adding more to taste as I blended the dressing. I used a dijon dressing and black olives, as this is what I had on hand. I also cut back the recipe to yield only enough for a couple of salads. I knew that my hubby wouldn't be interested, and wanted to make only enough for me to use in a day or so. The flavors are bright and fresh and really add to simple tossed salads. I like the fact that I am gaining the nutrition of the spinach in this dressing." This has become one of my favorite dressings.
Ramp, are also wild leek, is a wild onion native to North America. Though the bulb resembles that of a scallion, the beautiful flat, broad leaves set it apart.
The flavor and odor of ramps is usually compared to a combination of onions and garlic, and the garlic odor is particularly strong. You can grill on foil if you choose or bake
Crispy! Serve with tartar sauce. You can cut into small pieces before breading so the kids can eat like nuggets. You can also deep fry! Stays crispy for packing in a lunch or picnic!
A major importance in artisanal fishing in Africa and the Levant, and are of increasing importance in aquaculture around the world.
Canned chickpeas are delicious when mashed with garlic, lemon, olive oil, and parsley. Serve them with grilled shrimp and pitas for a quick Greek-inspired warm-weather dish from Quick From Scratch One-Dish Meals. Wine: The ingredients here practically demand the citrus and herb flavors of a sauvignon blanc. A version from California will be a bit softer than the classic French Sancerre or Pouilly-Fumé, but in this case avoid wines labeled Fumé Blanc. Though also made from sauvignon blanc, they tend to be more oaky.
Something different to do with salmon, and really delicious! I think I got the idea for this recipe from Bon Appetit, and just changed a couple of the ingredients. If you don't like sour cream substitute heavy cream instead.