See the title of this post? Really just fancy talk for coconut shrimp that you can get all over the place, but these really are good – especially when you can dip ‘em in some awesome sauce. The Panko breadcrumbs also are a great addition, coarse and crunchy – they add a great flavor and [...]
New England is famous for “steamahs“, a dish often found at traditional lobster shacks and clam bakes. This dish typically is made by steaming clams or mussels in ocean water or white white and serving them with melted butter and clam wash to take care of the sand. Hard to complain about that. However, many [...]
Greetings from Kauai! This story starts when we were invited to a friend’s home for a Holiday breakfast. There’s a nice tradition on the island that everyone invited for a meal brings a dish or two to share, even if the host tells you not to. We’re bringing musubi, an island favorite. Musubi means something [...]
I’ve always thought that the potato was a great vegetable. It’s nutritious, easy to grow, and can be prepared many ways. If I were to compare it to a vehicle, it would most resemble a ski bum’s Subaru: road tested, well decorated, and sturdy. You may have seen an example of one basking in the [...]
The scenario: It’s been a hell of a day. The weather is somewhere between snow and rain – not bad enough to warrant a snow day, but plenty dreary to make it hard to get out of bed. You spent too many hours at work. You feel like putting on your slippers and taking a nap on the couch rather than going to the grocery store, but you are in no position to drop forty bucks on take-out that will feed you once and will only only satisfy you until twenty minutes after you begin eating, at which point you know you will feel bloated and slightly guilty for overeating.
Few things in the culinary kingdom are better than mushrooms in my mind – especially when you slow cook them over low heat to get all of their moisture out and concentrate their flavor. Comforting to no end – especially when paired with a good salad and some bread to soak it all up. Trust [...]
Don’t let me fool you, this recipe is rather rich and rather French. If you’ve never poached fish, go ahead and try it with a fish with a fairly high fat content like Salmon, Sea Bass or Sardines even. It’s tougher to overcook and will stand up better to this cooking process. Salmon is always [...]
This article is a continuation of the Top 20 Beers in America List from The Fresh Dish. To see the first part of this post, please click here. Ok, so back to the list. The following is the top 10 of the Top Beers in America post. These beers that are mentioned here are my [...]
Growing up I was one of those kids who would eat anything – except brussels sprouts and okra- but my tastes have matured (I still avoid okra) and it is funny that my first submission to The Fresh Dish is a brussels sprouts recipe! I looked them up to get some information on this vegetable, [...]
Beer production in America has come a long way in the last 30 years. As we all know by taking a stroll through the beer aisle at the supermarket or your local liquor store, there are more brewers now than ever before, and new outfits seem to pop up all the time. Though I’ve only [...]
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