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To talk about cod is to dive in a deeply rooted tradition in Portugal. For a long time, only salted and dried cod deserved full attention. But enthusiasm for canned food started to increase gradually. Caught in the North East Atlantic, the cod we use to prepare our cans is paired with olive oil and garlic, thus preserving the traditional combination of this Portuguese dish.
Once upon a time, an olive tree decided to stand by the sea, hoping to spot a codfish. She waited, and waited, and waited some more…but none was to be seen! So patiently did she wait that she forgot to shed her leaves. Finally, she sighted a similar fish, but its head was different. Its head looked like a garlic bulb. The olive tree held on to her best olives and offered her the best oil, as she would do every time somebody came ashore.
CHILDREN IN THE KITCHEN
Cod fish in olive oil and garlic pizza 4 guests 2 tins / cansPre-heat the oven to 220ºC and place a slate on the tray to bake the dough on top.Use a supermarket base of pizza, cover it with 100 ml of tomato sauce or “passata” mixed with the garlic that’s inside the tins and a branch of basil or oregano.Sprinkle with a little olive oil and distribute about 125 grams of mozzarella for pizza on top.Use the inside of the preserve as topping. Bake for 8-10 minutes.
Cod in Garlic and Olive Oil “Migas” 2 people – 2 cansIn a clay pot, if possible, add some water, a layer of shredded kale, a can of cod, with the oil, thin slices of wheat bread, garlic cloves peeled and crushed, and a little more olive oil.Repeat this process again with all ingredients.Bake in the oven at 180-200 ° C for a few minutes until the cabbage is cooked and the set is warm.
Illustration Ricardo Abreu
Text Eugénio Roda
LouElla is Downtown Durham's neighborhood bottle shop, bar, and event space offering curated wine, craft beer, and fortified selections from family operated producers. The business takes its name and mission from owner and proprietor Campbell Davis's Great Aunt LouElla who was much beloved for her warmth, hospitality, and generous spirit. Whether we are serving you at the bar or helping you pick that perfect bottle to host your celebration, our mission is to share LouElla's hospitality with the community.
Owner & Manager
For Cam Davis, LouElla is the culmination of more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality and beverage industry. Cam has successfully managed some of Durham’s finest locally and nationally recognized establishments, including Hutchin's Garage, Guglhupf, Rue Cler, and Durham Catering Company. He brings a wealth of wine and beverage knowledge, not only from his extensive restaurant experience, but also from his tenure as Durham Sales Manager for wine distributor Bordeaux, Fine and Rare.
316 West Geer St, Suite A, Durham, NC 27701
Tue. - Thu. 11am - 9pm
Fri. & Sat. 11am - 10pm
Sun. 11am - 8pm