I wish for fish right on my dish
March 22, 2009 4:56 PM   Subscribe

About nine years ago I spent a couple of days in Tossa de Mar on Spain's Costa Brava. One night we had a fantastic buttery-garlicky fish dish which my memory (and Google) tells me was called cimi tomba. Does anyone know of the recipe for this masterpiece of Catalan cuisine?
posted by Miss Otis' Egrets to Food & Drink (3 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Here is a recipe (auto-translated) or here if you read Spanish.

And here is a description of its ingredients when the dish began (scroll to Sept. 1).
posted by Houstonian at 5:57 PM on March 22, 2009

For the sake of interest - the name translates (from Catalan) to "Summit and Tomb"...
posted by benzo8 at 11:41 PM on March 22, 2009

Thank you Houstonian. Excellent work.
posted by Miss Otis' Egrets at 11:53 PM on March 22, 2009

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