Category Archives: Seafood

Grilled Lobster

This is an old picture, from our trip to North Carolina over the summer.  On the way to our rental, we passed a ‘gypsy’ lobster stand on the side of the road.  I was understandably skeptical, but the lobsters seemed … Continue reading

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Alex’s Redfish

We made redfish for dinner on Sunday night after returning home from New Orleans.  Perhaps I should say Alex made redfish, as he prepared the fish with almost no help from dad.  He seasoned the fish with kosher salt, lemon … Continue reading

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Going Fishing

During our recent trip to New Orleans, the boys and I went fishing in Venice, LA.  We had a great trip with Captain Mike Dickinson of Phat Cat charters.  We left the city at around 5:15, and had lines in … Continue reading

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Grilling with pancetta

I bought some pancetta recently to make an appetizer for a large group, and didn’t end up doing so. After about a week, I realized I had a fair amount of ripening pancetta in the fridge, so this is what … Continue reading

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Fish tacos

Here is a simple fish taco from the last Friday of Lent.  Pan sauteed cod, served on a corn tortilla browned lightly in a skillet.  It is garnished traditionally, with a little finely shredded cabbage, radish, diced tomato, some cilantro, … Continue reading

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Simple Fish Preparation

The grouper in this picture was broiled with tomatoes and capers.  The recipe was taken from this Mark Bittman article: It was good, not great, although I probably attribute that more to the fish than the recipe.  Fish cookery is … Continue reading

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Crawfish dinner

Dan’s Seafood in Ponte Vedra does a pretty good job with boiled crawfish.  They are expensive, at $6.99/pound, but a welcome taste of home.  I added the corn and potatoes. It was especially fun to see how the neighbor kids … Continue reading

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