Tag Archives: seafood

March: Salmon with Scallion Rice Pilaf

First of all, I love pesto on everything. Second of all, I got a new food processor for Christmas. So it makes perfect sense that the first big cooking project with my new machine would involve some delicious variation of … Continue reading

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February: Coconut Shrimp Curry

In a Sunset Magazine that I picked up somewhere, I found this coconut curry recipe that is easy to make, and easy to customize with whatever ingredients that are handy. You could even make it vegan by substituting the shrimp … Continue reading

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December: Shrimp and Grits

“Grits are hot, they are abundant, and they will by-gosh stick to your ribs.” – Janis Owens I wanted to explore Southern cooking, but I’ve never actually spent time in the region. With the help of my sister-in-law who was … Continue reading

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October: Cioppino (Sunset Cookbook Classics)

“In the hands of an able cook, fish can become an inexhaustible┬ásource of perpetual delight.” – Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin Cioppiono is a familiar stew if you live on the Pacific Ocean, so I’ve definitely eaten my fair share. It’s a … Continue reading

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May: Pescado al Mojo de Ajo (Authentic Mexican)

“Barriga llena, coraz├│n contento.” – Mexican proverb Translation: “Full belly, happy heart.” I would estimate that over 90% of my diet is vegetarian, with the notable exception of the delicious, wild-caught seafood that is so abundant and accessible in the … Continue reading

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