Tag Archives: seafood

Clam Dip

Clam dip is one of those foodstuffs that seems to polarize people–either you are completely grossed out by the look, taste, and smell of the stuff, or you are looking to scarf the whole bowl by yourself. I have managed … Continue reading

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Seared Salmon Salad

Here’s another dish inspired by one of our favorite restaurants. There’s a nice, little Cuban restaurant not too far down the road called La Fonda Latina. Usually, I get the bocadillo latino, but lately I’ve been getting their ensalada pescado. … Continue reading

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Fish Head Soup

I first mentioned Fish Head Soup over a year ago, when Josh and I were experimenting with coquinas. It’s been a while since we have been at the beach, and even longer since any of us has caught a fish … Continue reading

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Fish and Grits

I like to joke that the first place I ever ate grits was in New Hampshire, which is arguably the southernmost state in New England. In reality, though, I ate plenty of grits as a kid–we just called it polenta. … Continue reading

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Easy Fish

So work is getting hectic, which means no time for blogging–and barely time to cook. That’s when quick and simple kicks in, and this dish hits both requirements! Maybe it’s because I grew up in Massachusetts, but I can get … Continue reading

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Coquinas Again?

Well I have to say I’ve been a little surprised how many searches for “coquina recipe” I’ve seen on my site stats. With that in mind, and given that we’re at the beach again, I figured: why not share another … Continue reading

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Coquina Broth

We have been at the beach this week. It’s been cool in the days and windy at night–and I haven’t caught a single fish. We are usually down here on the Gulf when the water is warmer and can pretty … Continue reading

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