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@butzy Never visited an Asian market, even worse, I never been in Asia if you don't count many visits to Turkey! Would love to hang around on those markets though!

 

Made this dish with the dorade fillets, the langoustines and leeks which were not in the pictures; leeks in Madras curry cream. Dorade and langoustines topped with a spicy bisque.

Short recipe description here; http://www.cheftalk.com/t/69652/what-did-you-have-for-dinner/3420#post_469386

 

Leeks in Madras curry cream. Dorade and langoustines topped with a spicy bisque.

post #32 of 37
@chrisBelgium. On a recent trip to a local asian market.
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lol, that lady cracks me up. That's pretty much my attitude towards life.

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post #35 of 37

Pollopicu - something like this?

 

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Just let it all hang out and the people will love you for the gifts you bring!

 

 

At least that was my first thought.    I do miss markets ie. real markets ...

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At least that was my first thought.    I do miss markets ie. real markets ...

 

Around here, real farmer's markets - i.e. featuring real farmers and their produce, not some marketing crap - do really make a comeback lately. Lower Bumblefuck, though.

post #37 of 37

This is in a town of 280 so it is a tough thing to ride out. Once she gets produce from her CSA into the store people will start to shop there more. She has already tripled the lunch crowd with better food. Store also serves as a mini cafe with 1 big round table.

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