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Quail Eggs

ChowSmith Mar 26, 2008 11:56 AM

I'd made deviled quail eggs w/ flying fish roe a few years back and they where a lot of fun, but the Asian market I go to doesn't carry fresh ones anymore. I've called around and found only canned. Anyone know where to track them down in the Baltimore region?

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    jes RE: ChowSmith Mar 26, 2008 01:50 PM

    Check Whole Foods. I can't swear to it but I think I've seen them there.

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      FoodieGrrl RE: ChowSmith Mar 26, 2008 05:48 PM

      Well, dang. I was going to suggest Super H Mart (I've often considered getting them there), but then I saw you wanted Baltimore region. Maybe check with a local sushi place and ask if you can buy a bunch from them?

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        ChowSmith RE: FoodieGrrl Mar 27, 2008 12:39 PM

        Super H didn't have them, nor Lotte. (at least not the one near us). Sushi bar's a great idea. thanks.

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          FoodieGrrl RE: ChowSmith Mar 27, 2008 02:00 PM

          Bummer that Super H didn't have them. I know I've seen them in the refrigerated case where they keep the fresh soymilk, and the mushrooms/bamboo shoots/etc. that you can scoop fresh, in the produce section. If you do find them, can you let us know your recipe (I guess you'll have to post in Home Cooking)?

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        Ichabod RE: ChowSmith Mar 27, 2008 12:49 PM

        I've seen them at Dean & DeLucas in Georgetown but never around here (Baltimore). Does anyone know where I can find duck eggs in Baltimore?

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          ChowSmith RE: Ichabod Mar 27, 2008 01:42 PM

          I just bought Chinese salted duck eggs @ HMart. Very interesting texture. Amazingly bright yolks. But unfortunately, cooked.

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            hill food RE: ChowSmith Mar 27, 2008 03:11 PM

            cooked? or preserved?

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              ChowSmith RE: hill food Mar 27, 2008 03:40 PM

              preserved. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salted_d...

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                hill food RE: ChowSmith Mar 28, 2008 02:11 AM

                had some coworkers from the Phillipines that regularly chowed on Balut (sp?) always wanted to try but could never get past the smell.

                my loss.

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                  Ichabod RE: hill food Mar 28, 2008 12:36 PM

                  Balut is on the extreme food fringe. It is a full-term duck egg, almost ready to hatch, that is cooked and eaten -- feathers, bones, blood and all.

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                    hill food RE: Ichabod Mar 28, 2008 01:07 PM

                    well yeah there was that aspect too.

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