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Tag Archives: scallops
RECIPE: Grilled Sea Scallops with Honey-Harissa Carrots
Comfort food. Indeed, I find comfort in almost all foods. But I always say comfort food is the food of memory—of childhood holidays and snowy nights and starry summer evenings. It’s funny. I, like so many people, have a mixed … Continue reading
RECIPE: Scallops with Butter and Endives
Every time Mr. English and I are in Paris, we never miss an opportunity to eat at Le Comptoir, our favorite restaurant, just down the street from where we used to live when I was in cooking school. It’s become … Continue reading
RECIPE: Broiled Scallops Provençale
I hate to say it, but I have a real bone to pick with English markets. And I just don’t understand what the problem is! I can never find seafood. Giant shrimp like we have in the States. Scallops. Calamari. … Continue reading