Ingredients

B-IngedientsDo you have special insight to an ingredient? Perhaps know of a delicious, underutilized or rare ingredient of exceptional quality?  Know where to get the goods?  From rare cheeses, to specialty meats, to unusual vegetables that can only be harvested by vestigial virgins wearing plaid on the autumnal equinox! We want to hear about it!  No.  We need to hear about it!

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2 Responses to Ingredients

  1. Malisha says:

    When my kid was little he loved the poem “The Pobble Who Has No Toes.” Unfortunately, we were never able to try the recipe prescribed in that poem for “eggs and buttercups fried with fish.” At that time I couldn’t verify the edible quality of buttercups so we couldn’t try it. Does anybody have a recipe that comes close to this delicious-sounding dish?

    • Malisha says:

      I forgot to mention that once we had Internet and I checked on edibility of buttercups, I learned that our reluctance to try them was lucky; they’re highly poisonous. But I wondered if there was some Edward Learean snack that looked like them or something.

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