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March 02, 2008

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Manggy

I can imagine you trying out the unrinsed kumquat-- next to the sink, of course, heh heh :)

I've never tried the Papillote method, even if Jamie Oliver swears by it. I must try it one of these days :)

brilynn

The kumquats would be perfect in this dish, looks great!

Pixie

I'd love to try this one day, it sounds wonderful. Consider this one starred!

Aran

I love candied kumquats so I wonder what these taste like. Like preserved lemons? I'm curious... Fish cooked like this is the best too!

giz

I love the presentation on this - would be fabulous for a dinner party. Delicious.

Lore

Great colors, flavours and there's also fish. What could a girl want more? Gorgeous!

Adele

Oh, this looks lovely. I've eaten a chicken dish with similar ingredients, but not fish. I'll add it to my (ever-growing) list.

Cakespy

Oh Ann, this looks DELICIOUS! I can practically taste it. Have to save it til next time Mr. Cakespy the vegetarian is out of town so he doesn't whine.

DocChuck

Quite a thought-provoking visual, indeed.

One need not add extra oven cooking time, as there is more than ample (like me!) carry-over cooking time available.

You are actually "better safe than sorry" by taking it out of the oven and letting it steam for a bit longer rather than rish overcooking by leaving it at 450 longer.

Bon Appetit,

Chuck

Sophie

This looks amazing! Please make this for me :-)

katy

that looks so great!!! i just made fish this weekend and reminded my 99% vegetarian self how much i love it! this sounds so flavorful and delicious.

Pieds Des Anges (Kyla)

Looks great -- I've been meaning to try something en papillote for a while. But with kumquats! Never thought of it.

Ann

Manggy, you really must. :-)

brilynn, they really worked very well!

Pixie, if you do try it be sure to let me know what you think!

Ara, like milder preserved lemons with a slight orange taste. If that makes any sense... :-)

giz, I like that the parchment paper is brown... gave it a bit of a "brown paper packages tied up with string" vibe. :-)

Lore, the fish was pretty amazing. I went a little nuts and bought very, very good and expensive filets... but it was worth it!

Adele, check out the tagine recipe this was based on... really fabulous!

Jessie, it really is, if I do say so myself, a knock-out dish. I hope you get a chance to try it. :-)

DocChuck, fortunately it came out perfectly. :-)

Sophie, it's a promise!

katy, thanks! This one is a winner, for sure.

Kyla, long time, no see! Good to see you back again. en papilotte is such a nice way to get moist perfect fish...

Zenchef

Really nice combination of flavors. I love the whole Moroccan theme with a twist.
We really have to organize a dinner! :-)
I'll ask big bossman to remove my shackles one of these days!

Meeta

Now this is an awesome sounding dish. I love the flavors in this. Simply gorgeous!

Cakelaw

This fish looks devine Ann. Gorgeous presentation too. (I have never tried kumquats - another fruit on the "to try" list.)

Ann

Zenchef, it's a deal! :-)

Meeta, I have to admit it was pretty darned good. :-)

Cakelaw, thank you!

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