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Jun 20, 2004



Congratulations on your first entry! This is unusual and brilliant, I love the way tuna tastes as good as steak and what a good idea to make carpaccio out of it! Tuna steak is so rare here so I'm enjoying your tuna carpaccios vicariously. Or should I say, voraciously vicariously!


wow! now that's so tempting. notti gal to tempt wena with good food. hee hee!

anyway, i hope to see the remainder of the other fish meals that you had! the ones that are mentioned in this posting that is. :)


Hi Jo,
I've discovered your blog when Alberto talk about it and I love it. Your tuna looks very good and I might try it soon. I've cooked tuna too for the IMBB.
Have a good day.


Wonderful looking dish! I think this is something that I need to try! =)


hi Jo,
I love seared tuna, and yours look gorgeous! thanks for sharing : )


Two things- firstly, in the photo it looks like you've used carrot or something with a slight orange hue, which doesn't look like daikon- a trick of the light or the brownish marinade? And secondly, where do you get sashimi grade fish in....I've gathered you live in North-ish London? There's always Piccadilly's Japan Centre, but that's erratic, and other?

Mark Baker

This was really good. I didn't have nigella seeds so I added fennel seeds instead and it worked out great. Nice salad too.

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