- popvulture Feb 27, 2013 09:24 PM
Do any stores in town carry it?
Came across this article earlier and now I'd like to mess around with it:
Yep - seen it at CM [central market]. In the Westgate store, it is at the end of the seafood in the same cold case where there's fresh sushi.
I've seen Jaques Pepin do this recipe:
http://blogs.kqed.org/essentialpepin/... - It is his first recipe shown here very quickly...
And had a wonderful 'bacalao' dish made with salt cod, leaks and fresh pasta in Tuscany... it was just the thing for a cold winter evening.
Phoenicia has it too. Used to be the only place that carried it. I've seen it at some of the regular HEB's, too.
Haha... I think it's a lot more tolerable than Lutefisk!
Thanks for the replies– I'll go (dried) fishin'.
Fiesta carries a wide variety of salt cod and other salt preserved fish. In the South store (Stassney) they cover a whole table in front of the meat/fish counter.
Most HEB's carry the wooden crated version, usually next to the oysters, pre-packaged fresh fish, and jars of herring. Some of them are not cod, but lesser fish such as whiting and pollack. Read the label carefully.