|French Fridays with Dorie ~ Salmon Rillettes|
Here we are, it’s French Friday again! Our recipe this week is for the third and last rillette, from Around My French Table. Inadvertently saving the best for last! Honestly, I never made the sardine version. I just don’t do sardines! Although, we really enjoyed the tuna version, this was the best in my book! Rilettes are usually a meat spread that is similar to pâté. They are usually made of pork or goose meat. Lucky for us, Dorie has shared two delectable fish versions! I can’t recommend the sardine version, even though it got many wonderful reviews from other members.
When finished, it is packed in a serving dish or crock, and left to chill for several hours, giving it a chance for the flavors to meld.
I served this scrumptious Rillette with rustic bread slices and crackers! For us, it was a winner! I plan to make it again, for our 4th of July get together! Fish is always a winner with my Dutch husband, and this dish was no exception! He did think I added too much lemon juice although he kept eating it and seemed to enjoy every bite! An elegant starter for an ordinary evening!
|Delicious Piperade Stir Fry|
My last week was spent in Cooperstown, N.Y., watching my grandson play baseball at Dreams Park. His coach…my son! The team played hard and gave their all. So proud of you Hurricanes! It was an exceptional experience! Happy Friday everyone!!
|Way to go Hurricanes!|
|A great week was had by all!|