Recipes that other cooks invent should be treated with great respect. I’ve mentioned before that few things put me off more than someone commenting on a dish—very often negatively—that they have ‘doctored’ beyond recognition. Still, if you do delve into the comments, you can certainly learn something and sometimes there’s a certain universality of opinion that is worth paying attention to. In the case of today’s offerings, I didn’t make a single change to Ina Garten’s Beets with Orange Vinaigrette. It’s a winner just as it is. But when I got to Roasted Shrimp with Orzo, two things made me alter the original and, if I may be so bold, they were spectacular changes.
Pottoka - A terrific little French restaurant with cuisine inspired by the Basque country, in Paris.
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