Tag Archives: seafood
Fennel is in season from autumn until spring, and with its hint of licorice flavor, it matches up perfectly with mussels. As the dead of winter is definitely upon us, the comforting smell of a seafood broth is always a wonderful way to warm yourself up. [Read more...]
“I told you my Mom met Julia Child, right?” “No, you didn’t. I would have remembered.” “We were at that awesome food store in Cambridge with my parents and my Mom was telling the story …” “But we’ve never been… [Read more...]
Clams are such a versatile shellfish and outside of being listed on a raw bar menu or steamed, I cannot think of a more flavorful pairing than adding linguine, garlic, olive oil and a dry white wine. [Read more...]
Growing up and living near the Chesapeake Bay, picking and eating blue crabs has always been a summer ritual and right of passage in my world. All you really need is a picnic table, some newspaper, fresh steamed local crabs and a little patience. [Read more...]
One corner of every local market that fascinates me is the fish section. What have local fisherman pulled from the river or the sea? The answer varies by region, and it’s always a surprise.
Words can’t describe these glistening, quivering water creatures, but photographs can. I’ve compiled some of my favorite memories of sea-born surprises from around the globe: Feast your eyes, and head to the local market the next time you find yourself in a new city. [Read more...]