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Thursday, March 25, 2010

What Would Brian Boitano Make ― with Sardines?

Posted By on Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 5:46 PM

click to enlarge Boitano filming an episode of his Food Network series at Precita Park. - T. PALMER
  • T. Palmer
  • Boitano filming an episode of his Food Network series at Precita Park.
Amy Sherman of Cooking With Amy recently interviewed Bay Area Olympic and World Figure Skating gold medalist Brian Boitano about his street-food adventures, wine preferences, and Food Network series What Would Brian Boitano Make? It's a funny and insightful look into the culinary style and chops of the champ as Sherman keeps Boitano on his toe picks by asking what he'd make with left-field ingredients that might intimidate the average home cook, such as sardines. Boitano:

I like sardines! I would do [a] little remoulade and probably grill them but fried is good too. Those are the two ways I like serving fish, grilled or fried. I like to cook it on the skin side and so it gets all crispy.

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