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Basil and Parsley Pesto with Anchovies from 'Canal House Cooks Every Day'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Summer is pesto time, at least in my house. Almost every green leaf I can get my hands on, from basil and parsley to carrot tops and kale, will get a whirl in the food processor with the requisite garlic, nuts, cheese, and olive oil over the course of the season. Yet despite my willingness to push pesto boundaries, I've never slipped in anchovies and green olives. This idea, from Melissa Hamilton and Christopher Hirsheimer's Canal House Cooks Every Day, was a revelation. More

Dandelion Greens with a Fried Egg, Croutons, and Anchovy Dressing from 'Franny's'

Cook the Book Kate Williams Post a comment

Bitter dandelion greens are often too strong to eat raw—at least without some tamer leaves for balance. So I was curious how I'd like this dandelion Caesar from the new Franny's cookbook. Miraculously, the runny yolk, salty-rich anchovy dressing, and curlicues of Parmesan managed to rein in the bitter green for a bold, bright salad. More

Puttanesca Sauce

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 4 comments

Olives, capers, and anchovies give this quick and easy tomato sauce a robust salty and briny character that goes a long way toward flavoring a plate of pasta. More

British Bites: Scotch Woodcock (Creamy Scrambled Eggs on Toast with Anchovies)

British Bites Sydney Oland 16 comments

Of all the words I could use to describe British food, simplicity would probably be the first. Scotch woodcock, a dish of soft scrambled eggs on toast topped with anchovies, is simplicity at its finest. And in the grand tradition of British dishes with funny names (welsh rarebit, salmagundi, cawl cennin) this dish uses no actual woodcock. More

Scotch Woodcock (Creamy Scrambled Eggs and Anchovies on Toast)

Serious Eats Sydney Oland Post a comment

Of all the words I could use to describe British food, simplicity would probably be the first. Scotch woodcock, a dish of soft scrambled eggs on toast topped with anchovies, is simplicity at its finest. And in the grand tradition of British dishes with funny names (welsh rarebit, salmagundi, cawl cennin) this dish uses no actual woodcock. More

Sandwiched: Anchovy, Basil, and Tomato Sandwiches with Aioli

Sandwiched Marvin Gapultos 1 comment

Rustic Italian bread slathered with garlic aioli and layered with fresh basil, sliced tomatoes, and a sprinkling of capers all make for a great match with anchovy fillets—almost like a Provencal BLT of sorts with the salty anchovies subbing in for the bacon, and basil in place of the lettuce. More

Anchovy, Basil, and Tomato Sandwiches with Aioli

Serious Eats Marvin Gapultos Post a comment

Rustic Italian bread slathered with garlic aioli and layered with fresh basil, sliced tomatoes, and a sprinkling of capers all make for a great match with anchovy fillets—almost like a Provencal BLT of sorts with the salty anchovies subbing in for the bacon, and basil in place of the lettuce. More

Richard Blais's Smoked Caesar Salad

Kate Williams 7 comments

This elegant take on the classic Caesar salad is the right combination of innovative flavors and simple technique: greens (either baby kale or romaine), croutons, dressing, and parmesan. The creamy dressing is what really sets this salad apart. More

Richard Blais's Smoked Caesar Salad

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

When I was younger, I used to eat caesar salad all the time. Over the years, however, I have grown tired of the often over-dressed and heavy salad, preferring instead crisp, bright vinaigrettes and tender baby lettuces. But Richard Blais's smoked version of the caesar in Try This at Home has totally changed my tune. As in the classic, the basic salad elements are sparse: lettuce (Blais calls for either baby kale or romaine), croutons, dressing, and parmesan. The creamy dressing is what really sets this salad apart. He starts with a mayonnaise base (homemade or otherwise), and blends in a trifecta of smokey elements. Smoked sea salt, hickory powder or liquid smoke, and smoked paprika mingle with the anchovies and lemon for a potent dressing that clings perfectly to the greens. More

Anchovy, Red Pepper, and Manchego Pintxos

Serious Eats Marvin Gapultos Post a comment

Anchovy fillets, roasted red peppers, and Manchego cheese are spiked onto a garlic-rubbed baguette round and quickly toasted under the broiler. A drizzle of sherry vinegar right before serving provides some sharp acidity to cut through the saltiness of the anchovy, and nuttiness of the cheese. Salty, tangy, and crisp, these pintxos are great pre-cursors to a glass of wine or beer. More

Winter Green Salad with Walnuts, Apples, and Parmesan-Anchovy Dressing

J. Kenji López-Alt 3 comments

Ever since tasting April Bloomfield's awesome fall green salads at The John Dory, that combination of crisp, bitter greens and savory anchovy dressing has been one of my favorite combinations. More

Winter Green Salad with Walnuts, Apples, and Parmesan-Anchovy Dressing

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 7 comments

Crisp bitter greens and tart crunchy apple in a savory anchovy dressing. More

British Bites: Gentlemen's Relish

Sydney Oland 3 comments

This classic condiment is a type of seasoned anchovy butter that is also known as Patum Peperium. The strong anchovy flavor is complemented by cayenne pepper and ground nutmeg, and fresh lemon juice cuts through both the butter and the anchovy to add just a little lightness to this intense compound butter. More

Gentlemen's Relish

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 1 comment

This classic condiment is a type of seasoned anchovy butter that is also known as Patum Peperium. The strong anchovy flavor is complemented by cayenne pepper and ground nutmeg, and fresh lemon juice cuts through both the butter and the anchovy to add just a little lightness to this intense compound butter. More

Sandwiched: Marinated Anchovy Sandwiches with Tomato-Onion Sauce

Sandwiched María del Mar Sacasa 11 comments

Plump, tangy, briny marinated anchovies are a far cry from the desiccated little monsters you see on pizza. Give them a chance, anchovy-haters! More

Marinated Anchovy Sandwiches with Tomato-Onion Sauce

Serious Eats María del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

Plump, tangy, briny marinated anchovies are a far cry from the desiccated little monsters you see on pizza. Give them a chance! More

Sandwiched: Grilled Vegetables and Anchovy Butter

Sandwiched María del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

Grilled summer vegetables, charred and juicy get a bold accent with pungent, briny, zest-highlighted anchovy butter. Warm grilled naan, pistachios, and cilantro add layers of flavor and uniqueness to this sandwich. More

Grilled Vegetable and Anchovy Butter Sandwiches

Serious Eats María del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

Grilled summer vegetables, charred and juicy get a bold accent with pungent, briny, zest-highlighted anchovy butter. Warm grilled naan, pistachios, and cilantro add layers of flavor and uniqueness to this sandwich. More

The Country Cooking of Italy's Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

This bowl of Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe from Colman Andrews' The Country Cooking of Italy is a lovely example of that beautiful minimalism. The pasta and rabe cook in the same pot, coming together in a sizzling pan of anchovies and olive oil. The rest is merely a matter of tossing, plating and choosing whether to serve with toasty breadcrumbs or salty-crumbly ricotta salata. More

Seared Rare Niçoise Tuna Lettuce Cups

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky Post a comment

This fun deconstructed Niçoise salad features herb-seared rare tuna tossed with potatoes, haricots verts, tomatoes, olives, anchovies, capers, and lemon-thyme citronette, all spooned into handy lettuce cups. More

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