Try something a little different by wrapping portions of cod in grape leaves. It’s not difficult and makes a delightful surprise at the table when you cut open the packet to see the steamy white fish inside. The grape leaves get beautifully charred on the grill, and they taste delicious eaten with the succulent fish and flavorful butter. If you have tender young grape leaves in your garden, you can use them instead of brined grape leaves from a jar. Fresh leaves just need to be blanched briefly in boiling water and drained.
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Excellent. Fish was very moist and the fig butter was so flavorful. Will make this again.
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