But no cooking!
You will need:
canned artichoke bottoms
canned crab or shrimp
a hard boiled egg (per person)
Place two artichoke bottoms on the plate.
Mix shrimp or crab with a little Russian dressing (a dollop of mayonnaise, and a splash of ketchup for color).
Spoon onto artichoke bottoms. Garnish with sliced egg and tomatoes.
Classy. I used to have this often as a first course in France. Now if I could only remember its name!
You know, the French really excel at the no-cook dining experiences. Their charcuteries are marvels of freshly prepared cold salads, waiting in cool cases to be ordered, snatched up, and devoured with a slice of pate, ham, and a crispy baguette. Celeri remoulade, caviar d'aubergine (took me ages to realize that is baba ganoush). What are your no-cook go tos?
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