The Spamwise Chronicles

Random Snapshots

Beets, citrus, walnuts

Scrambled eggs, with mushrooms and green mango pickle

Roasted cauliflower, Spanish chorizo, preserved lemon

Cauliflower

Arugula and mesclun salad, with ricotta salata, mandarin orange and hazelnuts

Arugula and mesclun salad, with ricotta salata, mandarin orange and hazelnuts

Heirloom carrots, with hazelnuts and Italian parsley

sauce

Pasta with escarole, fennel and sausage

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Spring lettuce salad, with French breakfast radishes and egg

Spring lettuce salad, with French breakfast radishes and egg

Pea and ricotta ravioli, with sage, brown butter and cheese

Wild cod, with Jerusalem artichoke veloute, samphire, oyster mushrooms and cremini mushrooms

Wild cod, with Jerusalem artichoke veloute, samphire, oyster mushrooms and cremini mushrooms

This entry was published on March 29, 2014 at 2:20 pm. It’s filed under American cuisine, food, food photography, spring, winter and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

8 thoughts on “Random Snapshots

  1. I love beets! Looks delish…..

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  2. it all looks lovely; and it all looks like ‘proper food’: nutritious, delicious but simple and in good proportions. All that is missing is a good glass of wine.

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  3. Carie Mahoner on said:

    I really want that cod dish!!!

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  4. jschmidt2013 on said:

    Beautiful! And looks delicious. Need to thank you again for the oil poaching idea! It’s now our favorite & easiest way ever to cook fish. The other night we did salmon with applewood smoked salt in half olive/half coconut oil. Was delicious.

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