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Caviar Mousse

Tarama, cured fish roe, usually that of carp, is the base of this dish, one of the great Greek mezedes. (Although one may think that tara...

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate



One taste of tzatziki floods my palate with memories of Greece. It was part of the meze served at every meal. The texture of the grated c...

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate


Shrimp Saganaki with Tomato and Feta

The term saganaki actually refers to the metal skillet-like pan with two handles in which various dishes, including the classic Greek fri...

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate

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Chicken Stock

1. Combine the peppercorns, garlic, parsley, thyme, and bay leaf in a piece of cheesecloth about 6 inches square. Gather up the ends a...

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate


Clam Broth

1. Using a kitchen scrub pad (such as a Dobie pad), vigorously wash the clams under cold running water. Place in a large bowl of cold w...

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate


Marinated Tomatoes

To peel tomatoes, bring a pot of water to a boil. Core and lightly score the tomato skin in quarters. Place the scored tomato in the boil...

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate


Poached Octopus

The poaching liquid is more than sufficient for up to ten baby octopus, so use whatever amount of octopus is called for in the recipe.

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate


Southern Buttermilk-Fried Chicken

I have learned all about southern fried chicken in my monthly visits to my daughter who lives in Nashville. Crisp and crunchy and slight...

by David Burke and Judith Choate


Roasted Garlic Purée

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Pull the garlic heads apart. Combine the garlic cloves with the olive oil in a baking pan, spreading th...

by David Burke and Judith Choate

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Poached Salmon with Tomato-Herb Butter Sauce and Cuc...

This recipe combines some classic complementary salmon flavors—herbs (particularly dill), white wine, cucumber, and sweet butter. The po...

by David Burke and Judith Choate


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