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Enjoy Caviar Dish at Your Social Event__Appreciate Conservation of Sturgeons & Paddle Fish at Regional Waters

Updated on January 18, 2013

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Enjoy Caviar Dish at Your Social Event__Appreciate Conservation of Sturgeons & Paddle Fish at Region Rivers & Bay as in Virginia

Most people in America and Europe are quite familiar with serving Caviar in special family or community events. Caviar, Sturgeon fish eggs traditionally was served by royalty and nobles at family and community events associated with royalty and nobility.

Traditionally Caviar was supplied from the plentiful sturgeon found in the Caspian and Black Sea, dominated for centuries by the Russia, Turkey, Persia and few other smaller nations. In a prestige social event, serving quality wine with caviar appetizer and side dishes adds charm and appreciation from honored guests that brought special value to the status of such a social event.

It's like having Champagne and adds caviar to warm the moods of honored guests in a royal event of traditional Europe.

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Name of Caviar Recepie: Kumomoto Oysters with Farmed White Sturgeon Caviar and Sake

Source: Chef Sandy Ingber (The Smithsonian Sustainable Seafood Cookbook by Carole C. Baldwin and Julie H. Mounts, Smithsonian Books, 2003). This book is available at the Fairfax County Public Library. Page 118

Chef Sandy Ingber suggests this recipe is good for serving 4 hungry people.

16 Kumomoto oysters

1 ounce U.S. farmed white sturgeon caviar (Native American white sturgeon is farmed in California: Author's note)

1 ounce of U.S. Farmed white sturgeon caviar

1/3 cup of dry sake

Seaweed, cooked briefly in boiling water and chilled in cold water, for presentation

Leon wedges

Fresh parsley sprigs

Oysters in half shell. Top each with teaspoon of the sake and thro ugh with ½ teaspoon f caviar. Top with Blenched seaweed and parsley. Garnish with lemon and parsley

Author's Note: Sandy Ingber is Executive Chef of Grand Central Oyster Bar in New York City

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