|Fish fingers with baked parsnip rösti|
Food Diary (October 27, 2011)
Lunch: Fish fingers with baked parsnip rösti
Dinner: Lentil spread with sourdough bread
I made parsnip rösti using this recipe, replacing potato with parsnip. I thought parsnip would not crisp up well so I added fine polenta to part of the batch. The result surprised me. The rösti with polenta was less crispy but it held together better than the batch without polenta. Polenta acted as a binding agent but not as a crisping agent. I didn't use eggs. Without polenta the rösti was almost falling apart, it was like eating crispy fries. Not a bad thing at all, both versions were delicious in their own special ways.
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Syrup makers falsely passing off products as authentic maple syrup might soon get into much bigger trouble. Last week a bill was introduced which, if passed, would make the fraudulent sale of maple syrup a felony offense.
The bill is called the Maple Agriculture Protection and Law Enforcement or MAPLE Act and if passed, would increase the punishment for selling imitation maple syrup to a five year maximum penalty. Currently the sale of fraudulent maple syrup is punishable by up to a year in prison.
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