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Seamus' Recipes


Seamus Mullen's delicious recipes using
some amazingly powerful ingredients.
Risotto of irish Oats
Risotto of irish Oats

"Risotto of irish oats? Well, I'm (sort of) Irish and Irish oats are (sort of) Irish. For enhanced Irishness, I like to use Irish Cheddar and good Irish butter like Kerrygold to finish the risotto."

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Pickled Carrots
Pickled Carrots

"What a way to take carrots to another level! First we make them ridiculously tender in their spa-worthy salt scrub, then they get a luscious bath in pickling liquid. It's the ultimate detox, a stress-melting treatment for today's urban carrot."

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Salt-Baked Carrots and Beets
Salt-Baked Carrots and Beets

"A few years ago we were playing around in the kitchen with salt-crusted whole fish. We made all sorts of salt crusts, some with herbs, some with scraps of ham. Somewhere along the way, I came up with the idea of cooking vegetables the same way."

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Potted Anchovies
Potted Anchovies

"If you're lucky enough to find fresh anchovies, here's a simple way to prepare them so they'll keep for a few weeks."

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Ice-Cold Carrots, Radishes, and Beets with Potted Anchovy and Lemon Butter
Ice-Cold Carrots, Radishes, and Beets with Potted Anchovy and Lemon Butter

"This is a little take on the Italian bagna cauda, the classic Piedmontese dish of vegetables dipped in a warm anchovy cream sauce. But instead of serving the carrots, radishes, and beets warm, I like them all cold and refreshing"

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Corn and Crab Salad
Corn and Crab Salad

"To my palate, corn and crab are blood brothers. I have a hard time making a crab dish in the summer without at least thinking about corn. Frequently, the corn ends up stealing the show."

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Steamed Corn with Clams and Bacon
Steamed Corn with Clams and Bacon

"When I was nine, my uncle had a clam bake. He drove four hours in his banana-yellow 1965 Chevy pickup truck to the Massachusetts coast and filled the back with bushel baskets of clams packed in ice and seaweed."

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Trout a la Navarra
Trout a la Navarra

"After Switzerland, Spain is the most mountainous country in Europe, and all those fast-flowing mountain streams mean wonderful trout. No place in Spain is as famous for trout as the kingdom of Navarra, on the border of France"

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Parsley Juice
Parsley Juice

This is not a juice in the true sense of the word, it's really more of a smoothie. I prefer using the vitamix to make green drinks...

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Deviled Eggs
Deviled Eggs

I can't resist deviled eggs, they're one of my favorite snacks. The addition of home-made, preserved tuna takes them over the top.

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Dandelion Greens
Dandelion Greens

How convenient that one of the most beneficial greens you could eat is also a weed and grows in excess all over the world.

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