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  • n. Alternative spelling of pipérade.


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  • But soon I found myself indulging on a cod fish piperade, an emulsion of cod mixed with red peppers, a sweet bite that craved a glass of wine.

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  • The must-have item, according to Ms. Wells, is one of its signature dishes that goes by the same name as the restaurant, piperade: a mixture of onion, green peppers and tomatoes with Serrano ham and poached egg $18.

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  • It's known as chakchouka in Morocco and the Middle East, uovo diabolo in Italy, oeufs en cocotte in France, piperade in Basque, egg curry in India.

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  • And about some of those ingredients: The onion, tomatoes and bell peppers are cooked with olive oil; this is called a piperade.

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  • I had some leftover piperade sauce in the fridge, and that took the original place of this spicy red sauce.

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  • The idea was to take the piperade, a Basque specialty frequently made with scrambled eggs, and lighten it by serving it with pasta.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • This dish really hi-lights feta cheese and Serano ham, so it all seemed like a sign that it was time for piperade.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The Recipe: a Basque-inspired dish of tender chicken braised in a piperade sauce, served alongside some homemade steak fries tossed with Spanish smoked pimenton?

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Taberna Baska is a local favorite for generous portions of Basque standards like paella and piperade, a rustic stew of peppers, onions and tomatoes (Chile 980, 4334-0903).

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  • Lamb barbecue, piperade and coco beans, from Club Gascon

    Archive 2007-06-01


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