This grilled shrimp is summer on a plate.
Bright, piquant, light and refreshing; the perfect weeknight summer dinner. Serve with a roasted green vegetable and a glass of dry white wine and you’ve got yourself a real treat.
This dish combines the bold flavors of Italy and Spain. Simple to make, hearty and delicious, this will likely make it into your regular rotation.
This post invites you to experiment – it is a blueprint and a technique, not a rigid recipe that must be followed. Use whatever ingredients you have on hand, or whatever you like.
This quick fish recipe comes together in 30 minutes and won’t leave your kitchen smelling like fish or fish stuck to you pan. Serve with homemade tartar sauce, lemon wedges and a few slices of ripe avocado.
Tiger Prawns, Sambal, Lime, Cilantro, Garlic Butter Sauce I call this “Midnight” Shrimp Scampi because it comes together in 10 minutes, is light enough for a late night snack, and filling enough to call dinner. Garlic, butter, Indonesian hot sauce and lime create the perfect balance.
These Fish Tacos are as simple as they are delicious. The thing that really, really makes them is the toppings – Fresh Homemade Guacamole, Homemade Pico De Gallo, Chipotle Mayo – and Cotija cheese. The perfect treat for a summer evening. Ingredients 2-3 lbs Mahi Mahi (figure 8-12 oz per person) Medium sized corn tortillas […]
Other than salmon, Mahi Mahi is my favorite fish to cook with. It is firm, but not too firm, flaky, but not too flaky. Meaty like swordfish but tender like cod. Really, it’s the perfect fish. Perhaps most important, it is currently not over-fished and is therefore a sustainable option. It works well pan fried, […]
This simple pasta dish comes together in less than 30 minutes and is both healthy and delicious. Serve with whatever pasta you like and a nice hunk of garlic bread to mop up the sauce. A word on shrimp: That “fresh” shrimp you see on ice behind the glass case at your grocery store isn’t […]
When I was in high school, I had a best friend whose family always treated me as if I were one of their own. They were always so generous with me. I remember one time specifically when we went to a high-end seafood restaurant in Boston called “The Four Seasons” – it couldn’t have been […]