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Feb 20, 2009


Chef Keem

This looks and sounds very delicious. I can actually imagine the textures in my mouth when I look at the picture. The soft squash followed by the firmer fish...and a toasty crunch with a taste-buds-stimulating shot of acidity for a glorious finale. Why am I talking about this - I better cook this dish as soon as I can!


OMG, I am SO going to make this!! Or maybe we can make it together if Nick and I have to move into your lounge for a week ;-) Monkfish is just the best...

Scott at Realepicurean

Delicious. I really love the originality in your food!


I loved this post... I know EXACTLY what you mean. Sometimes I feel like a recipe's destiny is simply out of my hands and headed for ruin, and when it turns out well it seems to taste all the better.

I really enjoy your blog!

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Arwen from Hoglet K

I know exactly the feeling. When everything looks like disaster it is so much more satisfying when things turn out well!

Lynda at TasteFood

I love the idea of poaching fish in olive oil and have not yet tried it with monkfish. Sounds delicious, especially with the butternut squash!

Jessica @ Bring Your Appetite

Wow, poaching fish in olive oil? Sounds amazing. This dish strikes me as so inventive and surprising. Great post!


Looks stunning

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