August 2, 2016
A whole carton of old Gourmet Magazines – from the seventies and eighties – has just arrived at my house, and I’m having so much fun going through them. I’m loving the September 1978 issue; here are a few recipes that captured my attention.
(Amaretto was all the rage in the late seventies, but if you don’t happen to have any on hand, you could substitute another liqueur, a bit of white or rose wine, or in a pinch, just water. It would probably improve the flavor – Amaretto is sticky sweet – but you might want to add just the tiniest drop of almond extract.)
I’m intrigued by this savory pie, which is kind of a cross between a quiche and a pizza. Looking forward to trying it.
And here’s an unusual take on Coquilles St.-Jacques….
Should you forget how much time has passed since then, here’s a rather pointed reminder:
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