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Tim Vidra

Lobster Rolls —Lot18

You may have thought the lobster roll originated in Maine, but further research shows it came from a restaurant in Milford, Connecticut, called Perry’s around 1929. Well, no sense in hopping in the car to head to Milford, as the restaurant has long since closed…. [Read more...]

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Grilled Branzino — Lot18

Branzino, or European sea bass, is a perfect fish to dress up and toss on the grill. Mild in flavor, it holds up to a hot grill, makes for a simple and elegant dinner, and pairs perfectly with a Sauvignon Blanc. The… [Read more...]

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Dijon Scallops — Lot18

Scallops seem to be one of those favorite foods we aren’t afraid to order in a restaurant, but might overlook or pass by at the seafood counter. But there’s no reason at all to shy away from bringing these bivalves home and preparing them… [Read more...]

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Lot18 Shrimp Cocktail

Who doesn’t love a shrimp cocktail? Moreover, it’s a great start to a meal (or a lazy Saturday afternoon) when you pair it with a sparkling wine. Although, since I live in Virginia, I have the opportunity to taste some pretty… [Read more...]

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Yellow Tail Red Snapper

Looking to impress your friends at your next dinner party? This salt-encrusted fish makes for quite the spectacular presentation as you pull it out of the oven and reveal the beautiful whole fish from underneath the salt. It also makes… [Read more...]

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