If you are on this site for the first time, be sure to take time and browse from the home page, sign up for email updates on the side bar, and follow me on Twitter. There are a lot of things happening right now in my world that go way above and beyond Asian carp. [...]
[video http://thepickledtongue.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/shanghai.flv nolink] No need to check out the bottom video as it has been posted before. And since my tech expert/former sous chef Jens is across the big pond, it’ll have to wait until he gets to it before it’ll be removed. On to the matter at hand… This topic is taken lightly & [...]
Ceviche of Shanghai Bass – Fiddlehead Ferns, Pickled Purple Artichokes, Sea Beans, Green Almonds, Shaved Carrots, Stinging Nettle Pistou
Sounds somewhat better than Asian carp, doesn’t it? Seriously, what would you rather eat? Patagonian toothfish or Chilean sea bass? I foresee an experiment… Anybody want to try re-naming Asian carp? Leave your suggestion(s) below.
Asian Carp-accio – Young Watermelon, Cucumber, Grilled Ramps, Pickled Black Garlic, Caramel Soy, Lime
For those arriving here for the first time from the Fox & Friends program, this is the post that explains how the project came to life. Also be sure to scroll the site from the home page to see the evolution of the topic and the many other happenings in my kitchen at Lockwood. For [...]
As you may be able to tell from the plea in the below post, Jens is alive and doing well in good ol’ Allemagne! He also still follows this blog he single handedly designed, and was kind enough to embed these videos for us. Though I didn’t catch the newscast since we were in service, [...]
Although there are plenty of other principal ingredients getting play in our kitchen, Asian carp is going to be stealing the spotlight here for a while as I am officially on a mission to make it an acceptable ingredient, name and invasive species be damned. Our great friend/Ambassador of Kwan Rod Markus paid us a visit [...]
Not the greatest photo, but as it was served last evening. A little breadcrumbs with lemon mosto oil and chopped parsley top it off. It was loved by all.
Most in the community – even ‘non-foodies’ – are aware of the impact that the Asian Carp have already had on the US river systems, and that there is a great fear and great measures are being considered to see that they stay out of the Great Lakes. There has also been much reported on [...]