Tag: seafood

Lime ginger albacore

08.20.12

Guys, I know I’ve been a bit distant this month. Just know it’s not you, it’s me. August has been a big month, complete with the future in-laws coming for a visit, getting engaged, a bachelorette party, two weddings, and Lucas’s marathon. And we’re only about halfway through that list. We flew up to Seattle [continue reading...]

Baked herbed salmon

05.07.12

With a trip to Boston smack dab in the middle of finishing a first draft and making serious revisions to my paper, every dish I make gets added to an ever-growing queue waiting to be shared with you. I can’t keep up! On our whirlwind three-day MIT reunion excursion, Lucas made sure to introduce me [continue reading...]

Vegetable Thai curry with fresh crab

02.29.12

Another fun fact that I learned at my cousin’s farm is that kaffir lime leaves are the key ingredient to making authentic Thai food. He so casually asked me if I wanted some kaffir lime leaves, and I responded with a blank stare, “some what?” He went on to tell us how one of his favorite dishes is fresh [continue reading...]

Citrus tuna tartare with pear chips

02.05.12

While most people are prepping their finger foods for the Super Bowl, Lucas and I are celebrating our two year anniversary (with food) today. Last year, we mixed up the date of our anniversary and didn’t realize until we were done wining and dining, so this year, we’ve arbitrarily picked today since he leaves for [continue reading...]

Seared scallops with blood orange gastrique and fried shallots

01.28.12

I declared this national citrus awareness day. Okay, so I don’t have that power, but when planning today’s meals, I couldn’t help but be drawn to the bins of citrus at the produce market: grapefruit, blood oranges, navel oranges, lemon, etc. Whatever I decided to cook, I would be incorporating these fruit. Whenever I think [continue reading...]

Steamed mussels in lager

01.11.12

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I seriously don’t know where people who don’t have a seafood market down the street get fresh fish. We treat ourselves to mussels or clams at least twice a month, but I wouldn’t know where to buy them if Monterey Fish ever packed up Flounder and [continue reading...]