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Old 12-14-2006, 02:38 PM   #1
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12/13 Special: Tuna and Avocado

Avocado and Ahi are commonly used together in tartare. Here's kind of a different take on the modern classic:

Blackened Ahi with Avocado "Tartare" Tian
Ginger-Scallion Pesto, Truffled Micro Greens, Root Vegetable Chips


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Beautiful!

Which vegetables did you use for your root chips?
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Old 12-14-2006, 03:59 PM   #3
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I love your picture of what you prepared. I love Sushi and the combination of the Avocado and Tuna is awsome.

I love anything that is Tartare.
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Beautiful!

Which vegetables did you use for your root chips?
Red Sweet Potato, White Sweet Potato, Yukon Gold Potato, and Taro.
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I had some leftover (very tender) chuck roast. So I sliced it up, heated it in the gravy I'd made from the drippings. I served it over thick slices of toasted French bread. An open-faced hot roast beef "sandwich". Mmmmmm!

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