I don't know if it means the same thing in English as it does in Greek; but Frickasee is a means of preparing/cooking the food, not a type of food itself. So you could have Lamb Frickasee, or Chicken Frickasee, or whatever.Ian Lazarus said:By the way, what is a Frickasee? Has anyone ever had a Frickasee? It sounds...perky. And where do they eat this stuff?
Iron Chef *American*?!?!cleveland said:I don't know why you're amazed.
Mmmmmmm.... Opah Fish on Iron Chef America.
I've only seen an episode or two of the original, and this was the only one of the America version that I've seen. I personally find watching Food TV to be too much temptation - it has a way of igniting the appetite even a short time after having already eaten to my fill.Ebor said:Iron Chef *American*?!?!
I wonder what they'd say in an Orthodox kitchen during lent...Ebor said:But they can be alot of fun just for Chairman Kaga's over the top ways and the excited commentator and 'game analysis' and some of the amazing/bizarre/'where did THAT idea come from?" dishes.