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  • The black truffle tarama and the jambon pata negra are also well worth putting in the takeaway bag.

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  • Nor would you want to hear about the tarama with green beans and carrots, plated with a tangle of salad leaves and topped with crispy fried garlic, pine nuts and breadcrumbs, a play on a Polonaise topping.

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  • Nor would you want to hear about the tarama with green beans and carrots, plated with a tangle of salad leaves and topped with crispy fried garlic, pine nuts and breadcrumbs, a play on a Polonaise topping.

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  • Should I reveal to you that I'm going to tie Mr Biron up until he reveals the secret of his lighter-than-air tarama with its extraordinarily delicate brininess that makes a mockery of any that have gone before under the name?

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  • Should I reveal to you that I'm going to tie Mr Biron up until he reveals the secret of his lighter-than-air tarama with its extraordinarily delicate brininess that makes a mockery of any that have gone before under the name?

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  • I think I'm going to ask George for the tarama recipe, I didn't lick the bowl clean but it was a close call!

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  • Do not just dump them in, and then mix them, because the mixture is likely to turn into an eternal sea of oil with clumps of tarama and potato (and there's no way to fix that).

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  • Though I never go without hummus and tzatziki when it's available, what really had my attention rapt was the tarama.

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  • Though I never go without hummus and tzatziki when it's available, what really had my attention rapt was the tarama.

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  • In a mixing bowl, mash together the potatoes (or bread) with the tarama.

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  • a greek dip made of olive oil and roe of certain fish

    August 25, 2008

  • a greek dip made of olive oil and roe of certain fish

    August 25, 2008

  • It's important, when preparing this dip, to avoid using the roe of indecisive fish.

    August 25, 2008

  • Haha!

    August 25, 2008

  • It is mullet roe, so one shouldn't mull about it

    August 26, 2008

  • -noun

    a Greek paste of fish roe, garlic, lemon juice, and olive oil.

    June 9, 2009