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Old 04-05-2012, 08:19 AM   #31
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Have you ever tried anchovy paste? It comes in tubes, also. :) Very convenient.
Tubed anchovy paste is not convenient for me. I can't help sucking the content directly from the tube every time I open the fridge, so it doesn't last for more then a couple of days. I had to stop buying it. Life can be hard.
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Old 04-05-2012, 08:43 AM   #32
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oh yum, i can't wait to do that myself! :)
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:33 PM   #33
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Good Afternoon,

One of the lovelist dishes I have ever had with anchovies is:
Pissaladiere Tart with a topping on anchovies and filling of onions ... it is steeped in French provencial tradition ...
Is any one familar with this savoury tart ?
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:36 PM   #34
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@ Luca,

I can eat a whole can embellished with Evoo by myself ... a bit of Pecorino or Parmesan or Fresh cheese, buffala di Mozz. and crusty warm bread and a Prosecco !
Nothing else, except fab company and smart conversation ..

** Paste no is exactly same !!!
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Old 04-05-2012, 01:13 PM   #35
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Good Afternoon,

One of the lovelist dishes I have ever had with anchovies is:
Pissaladiere Tart with a topping on anchovies and filling of onions ... it is steeped in French provencial tradition ...
Is any one familar with this savoury tart ?
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No, I had never heard of it. I Googled and it sounds wonderful.
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Old 04-05-2012, 01:20 PM   #36
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Margi i've seen the recipe and have wanted to make it, but life handed me lemons and I had to recover many things so maybe this summer we can indulge in this wonderful treat.
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Old 04-05-2012, 02:19 PM   #37
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Tubed anchovy paste is not convenient for me. I can't help sucking the content directly from the tube every time I open the fridge, so it doesn't last for more then a couple of days. I had to stop buying it. Life can be hard.
Ah ha you now know my secret
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oh yum, i can't wait to do that myself! :)
it's yummy also good squeezed on a thin slice of bread that's been toasted and lightly buttered
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Good Afternoon,

One of the lovelist dishes I have ever had with anchovies is:
Pissaladiere Tart with a topping on anchovies and filling of onions ... it is steeped in French provencial tradition ...
Is any one familar with this savoury tart ?
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I tasted it in Nice last summer, it's wonderful!
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Old 04-06-2012, 05:54 AM   #40
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@ Luca,

Buongiorno,

I had two that I can say were outstanding, one in Carcassone, very close to Italia and the other in a wonderful restaurant on the back streets of Marseilles.

The basic dough is simple ... however, laborious ...

I have seen them filled with mushrooms, onion and bacon as well in the countryside of Provence ...

Have nice wkend.
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