3 Foodies Eat it Raw Gravlax

Salmon Marinated with Dill

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Appears in
The Official Foodie Handbook

By Ann Barr and Paul Levy

Published 1984

  • About


Once upon a time American and British cooks boiled fish until it fell off the bone and smelled and felt like glue. But the Japanese (who for centuries ate only fish – meat-eating is a nasty imported habit) changed all that. In the Seventies, sashimi and sushi chic hit first Manhattan, then London. As far as fish was concerned, Foodies became crudies, and began to eat it raw. This has pro