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February 03, 2008

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Benito

First off, congrats on the addition to the family! I'm sure he or she will eat well. :)

Secondly, I always keep a couple of tubes of anchovy paste in the pantry. I'll open one, use it for a few weeks in homemade salad dressings and whatever else I can get away with (such as in a marinade for quartered radicchio or in a bruschetta topping). I've found that they keep pretty well in the fridge after being opened. Ditto for the tubes of tomato paste--much less wasteful than the cans we're used to here in the States.

While high quality tins of anchovy filets are always best, I find the paste is better for introducing the flavor to sauces, and friends who claim they hate anchovies end up loving the salty, savory note that they add to many dishes.

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Delicious Tapenade. I never stop my self when I see Tapenade. I like too much.

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