SLIDE SHOW: The Vinegared Dish Found 'Round the World

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We can now pour equal parts of wine and vinegar over all the other ingredients heaped into the pot, and cover the pot to cook slowly.


Maggie Schmitt describes the history of escabeche, a dish that spans three continents in
The Vinegared Dish Found 'Round the World.

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Maggie Schmitt is a freelance researcher and translator based in Madrid.  She is currently working on a book called The Gaza Kitchen with Laila El-Haddad. Learn more at gazakitchens.wordpress.com.

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