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Tomato and Shrimp Salad

If you can’t find tomatoes at their prime, use cherry tomatoes or even the new “grape” tomatoes that have begun to appear in grocery stor...

by James Peterson


Cold Shrimp Salad with Capers and Dill

This zesty salad is inspired by a mussel salad—apparently popular in Nantucket—that appeared in Saveur Magazine. It just so happens that ...

by James Peterson


Assorted Mayonnaises

Most of us associate mayonnaise with the stuff in a jar or, if we’re fortunate, an aioli sauce with plenty of garlic. It turns out, howev...

by James Peterson


Classic Shrimp Cocktail

There are a few American classics that seem never to disappoint and can be reliable standbys, especially in an uncertain place or restaur...

by James Peterson


Japanese Shrimp and Cucumber Salad

This is a great little hors d’oeuvre, best served with chopsticks, for people to reach for while sitting around having cocktails. If you ...

by James Peterson


Thai Hot and Spicy Shrimp Soup

One of the great revelations of this soup is that once you’ve tracked down a few inexpensive ingredients, the soup can be put together in...

by James Peterson


Shrimp “Gazpacho”

Combining diced shrimp with a crisp, cool, and spicy gazpacho creates an obvious and naturally good combination, but when the shrimp is d...

by James Peterson


Fat-free Shrimp Broth

Lobster and shrimp are alike in that much of their flavor is in their shells and heads. The irony, of course, is that most Americans usua...

by James Peterson


Shrimp Vindaloo

One doesn’t actually see shrimp vindaloo on Indian menus since the traditional dish is made with pork, and derivatives seem to be limited...

by James Peterson

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In western cooking, ghee is called beurre noisette. Some people mistake ghee for clarified butter—which it is—but it’s clarified butter m...

by James Peterson


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