Whilst browsing I came across this foody blog! I was fascinated by the treatment of wild foods in the two Michelin starred San Francisco restaurant COI.
Courgette and Mint Soup
· 500g courgettes diced (small).
· 1 medium onion peeled and diced
· Olive Oil for frying onions.
· Small bunch fresh mint.
· 125ml water or vegetable stock. Hot
· Tablespoon double cream
· Salt and pepper
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Ultracomida this fantastic little delicatessen and a tapas bar, was discovered for us, by I think Anthony, my wife’s brother, some time last year. Ever since then when we travel down to the Welsh coast to spend the odd day or two in the family caravan near Abereron we always try to time our trip so that we can be in Aberystwyth in time for lunch.
The name Ultracomida is Spanish in origin, ultramarina meaning delicatessen and comida meaning food.