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Have You Ever Made Escargot?

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by MadameLartigue 1 year ago

I'm asking because I'm just curious. Wegman's used to sell frozen escargot in the shells. Apparently laws in the USA have changed and the chain no longer sells these little delights because you c...

Peconic snails

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by Gastronomos 2 years ago

Thank you Erica Marcus. I've been waiting for a long time with others to embrace a local source. http://www.newsday.com/beta/lifestyle/restaurants/peconic-escargot-in-cutchogue-provides-fresh-l...

Snails in Rome?

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by sidcundiff 2 years ago

Perhaps I've been misinformed, yet I've heard that snails are part of the Roman cuisine. If so, in what restaurants in Rome can I find them? (If memory serves this old man aright, I think I saw t...

Snail Caviar

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by CharlesDarwin 4 years ago

Anybody tried it? http://www.starchefs.com/cook/savory/product/escargot-caviar

Fresh or live snails for escargot?

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by foodAdenturous 8 years ago

Hi all, We ate the best escargot ever at this restaurant in Boston: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=7381184&l=d1ce0e3f1c&id=651039680 They were tasty and big, ~1" long and the width of...

Escargots - Imperial Dynasty- Hanford

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by westside 11 years ago

For anyone that misses the escargots at the still closed Imperial Dynasty in Hanford, there are a couple of places in town, the Purple Potato and the Art Works Cafe, that still serve the original v...

Snails w. Black Bean Sauce

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by krom 11 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 with Black Bean sauce that I cannot find in LA (or SF for that matter). Doe...

Are slugs edible?

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by Sharuf 10 years ago

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

Escargots in Philly and surrounding area

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by Chefpaulo 4 years ago

I've loved escargots since I was 10 or 11 and have difficulty finding them anymore. I mean the large broiled snails in shell with a large cap of buttery herbed breadcrumbs served with shell holders...

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