Thursday, September 29, 2016

CtBF ~ September's Extra Edition ~ Sardine Spread

are cooking from My Paris Kitchen,
David Lebovitz's latest book.
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A Big Thank You to KatieBetsy and Mary
for putting everything into order and making it happen!
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my collection of David's books:
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September 30 (inaugural “Extra Edition”): sardine spread (p. 78)
A quick and late dinner for one (hubby's portion is in the fridge)
paired with fresh pineapples and plain toasted country bread
from Swiss Moments!
Very easy to put together
I used sardines in chili oil
there was cream cheese, butter,
chopped spring onions, chopped capers
salt and pepper
and I also used the chili oil the sardines came in!
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Reading
Just started on Linda Grant's We Had It So Good two nights ago!
Do check it out!
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10 comments:

kitchen flavours said...

This Sardine Spread is delicious! The family enjoyed it very much! Yum!
Interesting book!

Mardi Michels said...

Glad you enjoyed!

Mary Hirsch said...

I made the sardine spread for two girlfriends and they loved it. They sardine-shamed me into trying some. I also liked it but keep picturing those poor little sardines all stuffed into the oily tin.

Natascha Beutner said...

We loved this too! Definitely one to repeat!

Nana said...

Jim and I have been enjoying this delicious and easy to make spread.
A little different from AMFT, but both were equally delightful.

KB from Prof Who Cooks said...

Oh, I bet that was good with the chile oil! Looks like you had a nice little solo spread there!

Teresa said...

Such a good idea to use sardines in chili oil! That must have been fantastic. I really enjoyed this version of sardine rillettes, too.

flour.ish.en said...

Chili oil certainly works well in the sardine spread. I have to remember that!

Betsy said...

I like the idea of the chili oil, adding an extra zing to the spread. YUM!

lisa brown said...

Your sardine spread looks amazing. I did not make this as I knew no one in the house would eat it. Chili oil sounds great