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Tag Archives: Fish
Plat du jour today at Café Presse
Alaskan pollock filet, dredged in seasoned flour and pan sauteed, served on Ratatouille, a Provencal-style vegetable ragout made with peppers, onions, eggplant, summer squashes, tomato, garlic, basil and nicoise olives.
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Dinner special tonight at Café Presse
Pan roasted wild-caught Alaskan pollock filet served on a saute of heirloom summer squashes, chanterelle mushrooms and sweet onions, with a Basque cider-herb pan sauce
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Also special today!
Still time to try this daily special which we will be offering this evening: Seafood terrine of bay scallops, prawns and white fish, served with spicy sauce rémoulade and a salad of frisée lettuce, fennel, capers with cornichon vinaigrette
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Wild-caught Alaskan Pollock
At Le Pichet and Café Presse, we love featuring lesser known, little fishes that are both sustainable and good for you. Pollock is one of these, a fish that never really gets the respect it deserves. A smaller cousin of … Continue reading
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Dinner on the patio
Mackerel filets from Saint Jean de Luz, sauteed and served with bay leaf roasted new potatoes, fava beans, spring onions and lamb jus. Here are some photos of the preparation:
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Roasted fish: quick and easy supper
It is not that often that one really gets the chance to let what’s fresh in the market determine what’s for lunch. However, a Tuesday market day in Orthez, with no obligations and no plans imposing, offered just such a … Continue reading
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