Chris Mooney's Sardine Tartines Platter

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  • on September 14, 2011

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    I just want to twll Christelle that if she goes to Trader Joe's there are excellent Specialty Store quality Sardines and she can make this recipe just for herself in trailerhood. I do and it is delicious. :o

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  • on June 18, 2011

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    So here I am in the US with basically 2 sardine options... the ones with the bones and tails that are packed in water or the Crowne Prince things that are skinless/boneless in water. Of course, I select the skinless, boneless ones since I am trying to make this appealing to my pedestrian loved ones. (sigh... how I wish I had access to the lovely Paris shop that specializes ONLY in sardines - is this the truth? - I could find no such shop online. I can make butter cold. I can toast a baguette. I can make it look very pretty with the lemons and all. My review... it was okay. You can't serve this in the trailerhood. Gosh darn... I'd love access to such amazing specialty shops.

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