Let’s face it; some nights you just want something sticky. Something sweet, yet savory. Something that’s a mouth punch of a meal and this one folks, this one is definitely that. Mahi mahi is a great and much-beloved fish, but its firm meatiness makes it fantastic for the teriyaki treatment. This is a great and super simple recipe that’s perfect for weeknights or a little weekend entertaining. Serve alongside steamed rice and some roasted bok choy or broccoli…"Teriyaki Mahi Mahi"
Well, here we go again… That’s right kiddos, I’m back and returning myself to the blogging world. It’s been a long time, yes I know, but here I am kicking it with ya’ll and making some banging food. For those who might be interested in my current whereabouts, I took a position over at Fortune Fish & Gourmet here in the Twin Cities, or as you might be more familiar, Coastal Seafoods. With that being…"Shrimp & Vermicelli Aglio e Olio"
This one’s an oldie, but a goodie from the archives and it felt like it was about time to bust it back out for all of you. Scandinavian food is still the rage these days and as it should so happen, one of my favorite lunch dishes is a Norwegian staple; the classic open face shrimp sandwich. Few dishes tend to be as cooling and refreshing a way to beat the summer heat that this.…"The Classic Norwegian Open-Faced Seafood Sandwich"