Sunday, 28 December 2008

A Short Course on Caviar

Specials
Caviar is the roe, or eggs, of the sturgeon. Of the 20 extant species of this prehistoric fish, just three, all found in the Caspian Sea, provide the world with the vast majority of its caviar. The finest quality eggs come from fish caught in the coldest waters, ...
... from late fall to early spring. Overfishing has threatened the continued health of the species, however, and the rarer types may be subject to limited—or no—exports.
SEVRUGA is the smallest and ...

Full Story: A Short Course on Caviar; on Saveur.com




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