Carrie L. wrote:I was thinking about this last night as I bit into a perfectly cooked, ice cold jumbo shrimp that I had dipped into a very spicy (horseradishy) cocktail sauce. It's such a simple food. It's just boiled in plain water, then chilled, but so darned good. It got me thinking of other "whole and perfect foods" that really only require a little salt, or maybe a single condiment. A hard boiled egg is another good example (I eat mine with Lawrey's salt.)
Okay, your turn. What's something you love that is raw or simply boiled, steamed, poached, baked or otherwise cooked with nothing but water or heat, that you enjoy immensely using one single condiment (or nothing at all)?
Fred Sipe wrote:A just picked honest-to-God real tomato! Nothing else required.
And fresh sweet corn with just a 5 minute steam bath.
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