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Goose Barnacles With Lemon

Goose Barnacles With Lemon


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Goose barnacles have been a delicacy in Spain and Portugal for a long time; see what you've been missing with this simple recipe

Although barnacles are mainly known as a nuisance to sailors, they can also be a delicacy for diners. This simple recipe will highlight the natural flavor without covering it up.

This recipes comes courtesy of Saveur.

Ingredients

  • 8 Cups water
  • 1 Cup kosher salt
  • 1 Pound goose barnacles, separated and rinsed
  • 1 Lemon

Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


Percebes

Tube shaped, as thick as an index finger, and about three inches long, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) grow in clusters on rocks along the coasts of northern Spain and Portugal. They are expensive because of their scarcity and the difficulty and danger involved in gathering them. Harvesters must wait for low tide and then scale the sharp rocks where the barnacles are growing, always keeping an eye on the heavy surf that threatens to sweep them away.

On one end, the barnacle is attached to a rootlike cluster on the rock the other end looks almost like a hoof with whitish nail-like pods. If I hadn’t already developed a taste for them and instead saw them for the first time, I probably would raise my eyebrows at the sight of these prehistoric-looking specimens. But take my word for it, if you are in Spain and see percebes, order some even if they are expensive. They are among the most delicious morsels the sea has to offer.


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