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May 16, 2015

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Fanny

And this, right here, is where you excel. You've now inspired me to make a tangle for dinner. With I think, a poached eggs and a large piece of ciabatta. X

Mdkennedy63

Wow! I must have been living under a rock as I've not heard of Nigel Slater. I just downloaded one of his books (Eat) from my local library - love the simplicity and "real food" approach - all with great flavor. Thanks so much for "introducing" him to me. And my husband is now begging for the tangle, with a poached egg from our neighbor's chickens!

Chez @ Chez Moi

I made this last week and am still amazed that such a simple combination could be so delicious. I used sage instead of rosemary and sunflower seeds instead of pepitas, as that's all I had on hand, and it was still amazing. But your advice is noted and I will definitely try it again with the original ingredients. Do you know what I think was essential? Parsnip.

lucy

chez, as a confirmed parsnip-hater, even i agree that the parsnip is essential! cuts through the oily richness somehow, adds a taste of bitter earthiness that is just right.

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