I combined home made breadcrumbs and delicious mojo sauce for a new twist on a favorite Sicilian recipe for swordfish.
Wester Ross Scottish Salmon gave me a complimentary fillet of their award-winning fish to try at home.
I have a busy week ahead with regular work, two history sails aboard the Schooner Ardelle and the Gloucester Schooner Festival this weekend. This may be the only night where I can make something good. Plus, the wife started a new career today and what better way to celebrate than with a fish dinner! The... Continue Reading →
Last time I bought fish at a supermarket I got a very fishy piece of wild salmon. This time, at a different store, with a different fish, I had a much better experience. This was an unexpected purchase, I was out of town on work errands when I decided to do some "research" at a... Continue Reading →
Lent has traditionally been tied to the consumption of seafood and was once part of a series of fasts in the Catholic calendar that forbade meat (with exceptions) for up to 200 days a year. Salt cod and herring were eaten by all ranks, along with any other protein that was allowed in these "lean"... Continue Reading →
Before I started this blog, I had a larger project that had consumed me for over a year. Finally, my historic seafood cookbook is finished and available on Amazon! It is called From Head To Tale: Historic Seafood Recipes Through The Ages and at over 300 pages, is by far, the biggest work in my... Continue Reading →