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Heat the olive oil in a large inch saute pan over medium heat. Add the fennel and saute for 5 minutes, until tender but not browned. Turn the heat to medium-low, add the garlic and red pepper flakes, and cook at a very low sizzle for 2 to 3 minutes, until the garlic just begins to color.
Pat the shrimp dry with paper towels, add them to the pan, and toss together with the fennel and olive oil.
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Spread the shrimp in one layer and cook over medium heat for 2 minutes on one side. Off the heat, sprinkle with parsley, 1 tablespoon of chopped fennel fronds, the Pernod if using , the fleur de sel, and black pepper, and serve with bread to soak up the pan juices. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. Drizzle oil into a large pot of boiling salted water. Add the pasta and cook according to the directions on the package, 6 to 8 minutes. Drain well.
In a large pot, melt 90g of butter and add the flour. Cook over low heat for 2 minutes, stirring with a whisk. Still whisking, add the hot milk and cook for a minute or two more, until thickened and smooth.
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Add the cooked macaroni and lobster and stir well. Place the mixture in 6 to 8 individual gratin dishes. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, or until the sauce is bubbly and the macaroni is browned on the top. Serve warm.
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Loads S'more Tasty Reads. Rule the Kitchen with More Recipe Faves. I will definitely be making this with langoustines for a picnic this weekend. With some cremant in the glass and some sunshine, it will be perfect! Sometimes, I reach for the stars…and the lobster. Either way, adding protein to potatoes helps me keep my dessert consumption down to one scoop of ice cream or slice of pie….
Best post ever! The story sparkled. Well done — excellent writing. I have watched her make dishes with lobster where she says it is so much easier to buy picked lobster instead of cooking the lobster and shelling yourself. Thank you for your flair with mostly reasonable ingredients.
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Right off the bat…I love lobster and potatoes and this looks wonderful. This post was fun to read, and I love the pictures! Mostly, I was disappointed by the large quantity of drink recipes. I will check out other books of hers, though. After that, I think the Paris one maybe her third book is lovely. Hello…lobster potato salad…yum! I love the way you write…like we are all just there hanging out with you and wondering what the heck you are going to wow us with next! I was excited for weeks when I heard you were coming out with a cook book, and even more excited to see you in Toronto.
Yes, if you did it every post, there might eventually be some eye rolling we all have that friend right, who has to name drop at every opportunity. Your day with Ina sounds so perfect!! And so does this lobster potato salad — it looks amazing! What a great special occasion dish for the summertime! I love her. Unlike another of your posters, I find her unpretentious and appealing.
Lobster and potatoes, yum. Dish looks amazing — may try it with shrimp or splurge on lobster. I totally understood your stylistic choice the first time through and am scratching my head trying to figure out why a few folks got all worked up. Attacking them for leaving a politely worded comment is unnecessary and does a disservice to the gracious atmosphere that Deb creates for all of us.
Not that you could have known this. Rude comments are so few and far between on this site because you all are awesome that I have comments set up to publish automatically, and I go back through new arrivals as the day progresses with a newer post or once a day for everything else. Once in a while, something with a less… fitting… tone can hang out for a while before I see it.
Ina and the butter thing ; — I read this comment so often about her recipes and, no question, the woman is not afraid of doing what needs to be done to make things delicious, heh. This looks like a great recipe — would you serve this as a main or a side? Please can you also tell us how to cook lobster? Can the home cook do it, without a fancy pot?
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Oh, if only I lived on the East Coast. This salad sounds delicious! I love the recipe but that little bit was so enjoyable and put a smile on my face! Great picture of your assistant! My assistant turned 25 and is law school now, but we cook together on the phone…. That sounds incredible! With potatoes too? What could be better? Not here in the landlocked midwest! It is pricey, but cheaper than halibut and some other fish.
One source here usually has it on sale near holidays.
This recipe sounds delicious. I may not like something, but the recipes always work. I found IT!!! Give me crab or shrimp any day. Kudos to you for admitting it! Thanks for the post!
I mostly read food blogs like a read a good novel, for the opportunity to escape into another world. Here in Iowa I do have access to asparagus that grows wild in the ditch near my home. In RealLife, I got to serve shaved asparagus pizza which the females in my family loved. Deb, first off I have never commented on her before I am pretty sure anyway and this afternoon I am making your Grapefruit Olive Oil Pound cake. Second, the day that I saw the article with you and Ina. I shrieked with delight. My two favourite cooks you and Ina of course in the same room with cookies!!
Thank you for sharing such delicious things and for your witty writing. I enjoy so much cooking your recipes and reading your blog.
I am soooo jealous. I love Ina, have all of her books and even recognized the recipe before I read the entire post. Love the lobster salad!! I might have to break down and have a special summer lobster salad as well! Deb, for the record, next time you hang out with Ina, you must tell us immediately.