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Have You Ever Made Escargot?

by MadameLartigue 1 month ago

I'm asking because I'm just curious. Wegman's used to sell frozen escargot in the shells. Apparently laws in the US...


Splendid Spatula commented 1 month ago

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Peconic snails

by Gastronomos 6 months ago

Thank you Erica Marcus. I've been waiting for a long time with others to embrace a local source. http://www.newsd...

Snails in Rome?

by sidcundiff 10 months ago

Perhaps I've been misinformed, yet I've heard that snails are part of the Roman cuisine. If so, in what restaurants ...

gmcguireinrome commented 10 months ago

Snail Caviar

by CharlesDarwin 3 years ago

Anybody tried it?


MikeG commented 1 year ago

Fresh or live snails for escargot?

by foodAdenturous 6 years ago

Hi all, We ate the best escargot ever at this restaurant in Boston:


kichkarivka commented 1 year ago

Escargots - Imperial Dynasty- Hanford

by westside 10 years ago

For anyone that misses the escargots at the still closed Imperial Dynasty in Hanford, there are a couple of places in...

Melanie Wong commented 2 years ago

Snails w. Black Bean Sauce

by krom 9 years ago

I'm a native New Yorker and grew up going to Chinatown in Manhattan - but now I live in LA. There is a dish, Snails ...


billyofthevalley commented 2 years ago

Are slugs edible?

by Sharuf 8 years ago

They can get pretty amazingly large in the Northwest. Escargots sans cloche anyone? (Pardon my Franglish).


cancooktoo commented 2 years ago

Escargots in Philly and surrounding area

by Chefpaulo 2 years ago

I've loved escargots since I was 10 or 11 and have difficulty finding them anymore. I mean the large broiled snails i...

Delucacheesemonger commented 2 years ago

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