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  1. cheese with seafood? mario would not approve. i, however, think his position on that is a bit ridiculous. perhaps he’s overstating it for added impact, but the fact that an absolute like this has come out of his mouth surprises me.

  2. Maybe the red pepper was too much because of the switch from radicchio to arugula. The former is mostly bitter when cooked, the latter can be spicy. Cooked radicchio also has more mouth feel, more moisture and more complexity overall. That amount of garlic seems almost tame in a recipe like this. Have you found any hard-neck yet this year?
    I could see where the cheese would help out in this switch. Sounds good, even w/o the crab.

  3. The switch’s effect on the other ingredients never occurred to me, mostly because…I Am Not A Chef! That is the kind of calculation that I find extremely difficult, but when it is explained after the fact, seems obvious.

    I thought the arugula was mild in the context of the dish, probably because of the red pepper. As for the garlic? I thought it was great! I wonder if slicing it thin rather than mincing it had any effect on the flavor? And no, I haven’t found any hard-neck. And I am irritated. I just made Mussels Mariniere, and the garlic I used was half rotten.

    The cheese was a nice addition, but I used very little. And Batali is a loon when it comes to cheese and seafood. How about that classic — scallop risotto with sweet peas? I wouldn’t dream of eating it without some great Parmigiano Reggiano.

    One of the things that a friend of ours has shown us is that combinations are not obvious. I would never make potatoes, chestnuts and sausage in the same dish, yet I recall a wonderful meal with just that combination.

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