Many of you have heard of sepia, a common reference to a print or photograph of a brown color resembling sepia tone, a brown melanin pigment. In this case, it is from the ink of cuttle fish, the inky secretion made in times of trouble, a protectionist measure.
The sepia are slowly cooked with fresh garden tomatoes and onions, and the end result is a summer treat, fresh adds a textural pinch on the top. I consider texture as important as taste, or as important as the influence it has on taste.
Categories: Life Cycles