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I’ve been at it again. I made Chorizo and Shrimp Tacos. Why not? Everyone likes tacos, right? But this isn’t a Chorizo and Shrimp Taco post. I just couldn’t bring myself to do two shrimp taco posts in a row. So this is a salsa post. A Raw Tomatillo and Avocado Salsa post. But I’ve […]

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As a Californian, few bites of food make me happier than Fish Tacos from Mexico’s Baja. Even when those fish tacos are a Caribbean/Mexican cultural mashup of Coconut Shrimp Tacos inspired by two separate travel memories. Baja Fish Tacos As with all the best dishes, there’s some debate about the origin and specifics of fish […]

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I’ve pickled plenty of stuff on this blog: mangoes, mustard seeds, even a few little birds. So it easy to see how pickled raisins would be my kind of thing. Sweet. Savory. Unexpected. Which sounds like a metaphor for a happy life. Well, at least to me it does. So when I saw a Chef […]

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I thought about you guys just now because I’m eating pasta. Do you remember when I used to make default pasta here on Sippity Sup? Well, of course, you don’t – you’re too young. That was eons ago. But I did want you to know I still eat pasta, and the pasta I’m eating is […]

The post Recipe Pasta: Chicken Liver Ragu appeared first on SippitySup.

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SippitySup by Greg Henry - 2M ago

For me, food and travel are hard to separate. Even when I come across food from someplace I’ve never been. So I was thrilled when I opened the LA Times yesterday and came across a Chef Dave Beran recipe for a “Burnt” Basque Cheesecake. Burnt is in quotations because the char on top is from […]

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SippitySup by Helen Melville - 2M ago

Gambero Rosso (red prawn, to you) invited me and Helen (media comps) to attend their annual 8-city U.S. tasting tour. Fortunately, one was in Los Angeles! This event is a wonderful opportunity to sample just released award-winning Italian wines. A Tre Bicchieri (three glasses) rating indicates an extraordinary wine – of which there were many. […]

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More and more people are flirting with a vegan lifestyle. I’m not one of them, but I’m not not one of them either. I certainly believe, for our own health and that of the planet, we should be eating fewer animal products. Still, I’m a never say never kind of guy and I doubt I’ll […]

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Another Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad. This one from Jessica Koslow (Sqirl, Los Angeles). It features two ingredients (sprouts and pears), each presented two ways. According to Koslow in a quote from her cookbook Everything I Want to Eat, “A lot of chefs use the great trick of highlighting an ingredient by using it in two […]

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SippitySup by Greg Henry - 3M ago

Vitello Tonnato: tuna, capers, anchovies, and mayo whirled in a blender then slathered over thin slices of chilled veal. It’s the ultimate Italian picnic feast – served on a hot day in the cool shade of an olive tree. I love this dish for the mere fact that you can take something as special as […]

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Pictures don’t always tell the whole story. I’m pretty thrilled with the Ottolenghi-inspired Herb Fritters you see here. Brown and misshapen, I admit they’re not much to look at. That’s one of the problems facing food bloggers these days. If you want to reach a wide audience your food has to look extra-special scrumptious. Wrapping […]

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