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Posts tagged as fish/seafood

Seriously Good Grilled Lemon Shrimp

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Apr 13, 2010 at 8:07pm

My previous solution to improve less-than-stellar shrimp was to fry them into crispy, golden submission.  I still stand by that completely delicious method (who doesn’t like fried shrimp?), but I now offer a lighter, less messy – grilled!  – option as well.  And it is good, like seriously good.  Here’s the skinny. This is yet…

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Shrimp Tales

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Feb 10, 2010 at 7:14am

Sometimes – well, actually often – the shrimp I buy ’round these parts aren’t all that great.  Wild-caught, not farmed.  Big, small, shell-on, shelled, pink, grey.  Brined, not brined.  Grilled, sauteed, baked, broiled.  Blah, blah, blah.  I’ve tried every iteration and vendor I can think of.  Meh.  I know, I know, I live in the…

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Crab Cakes, Okra

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Sep 4, 2009 at 12:01pm

I forget about crab cakes, which is too bad, given how easy they are to make and how delicious they are to eat. I was prompted to remember them by the okra I picked up—I just love crab and okra together. And I was prompted to pick up the okra, which I also tend to…

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Tosca, Miso, Thursday, Friday

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jun 5, 2009 at 4:52pm

John and I snuck out for dinner last night at Turtle Bread’s long-awaited venture, Trattoria Tosca.  I didn’t have false hopes – I knew that this wasn’t going to hit the ground running as a (Restaurant) Levain experience – but based on a quick read through Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl’s blog post (she hasn’t done a…

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More Salmon…

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on May 4, 2009 at 4:16pm

OK, a new angle on salmon, given my previously stated difficulties in finding an edible version in Minnesota. Taking a page from our foodie friends Kris & Harry, I ordered online. Since I forgot the site they recommended, I poked around myself and chose Vital Choice Wild Seafood for their sustainable practices and interesting product…

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Orange-Glazed Salmon and Grilled Artichokes

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Apr 20, 2009 at 6:44pm

I mentioned here the delicious grilled artichokes we had in Santa Barbara – well, as often happens, the dish triggered a bit of a hankering and I decided to make them tonight.  I googled “balsamic” and “grilled artichokes,” because I could tell the version we had was seasoned with balsamic vinegar, and I found the…

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Contrast

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Apr 5, 2009 at 9:04am

If you, like I, are stuck with the above (photo taken minutes ago), may I suggest the below for contrast.  As you might have noticed, I turn to comfort-y foods to warm my soul when cold weather strikes, but this time – no.  No because I’ve had enough soup (albeit delicious soup – lentil from…

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Coming Up for Air…

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Apr 4, 2009 at 2:38pm

After a week of being too sick to cook or eat much, I’m finally able to taste food again.  Yes! I’m not interested in anything complicated or rich, but am definitely ready to venture beyond soup. I settled on sauteed shrimps, this version, which I modified last summer from a delicious appetizer that Stu The…

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Uninspired

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jan 27, 2009 at 9:41am

Hello there. I am still alive – and apparently in a bit of a mid-winter slump. I’m going to New York over the weekend, that ought to get the creative juices flowing. And oh, I’m seeing Maud, the most productively creative person I know, perhaps her energy will rub off on me a bit. Yeah,…

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