Caviar was always part of our little New Year's Eve treat eaten with the traditional onion, egg white and egg yolk, washed down with champagne. But if there was any left over I loved to spoon it into a hot soft boiled egg in the morning!
The one time I had a chance to fly first class (and it was the wonderful Brazilian Airline whose name I am blocking) the caviar was served on a block of carved ice with the usual accompaniments and super chilled good Russian vodka as Simona suggests! _________________ Vivant Linguae Mortuae!!
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Posted: Fri Nov 03, 2006 5:44 pm Post subject:
Ooooh! That trick with the soft-boiled egg sounds like it has potential to be good. But, what, pray tell, is it like when it's heated? I've never heard of heated caviar before. Does it lose any of the crunch?
And, oooooo, pistache! Oysters and caviar! I may need to lie down before I swoon. _________________ God writes a lot of comedy... the trouble is, he's stuck with so many bad actors who don't know how to play funny. -- Garrison Keillor
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