Category Archives: Seafood
This dish is easy to prepare, and can be adjusted in a variety of ways. All you need is raw shrimp, raw vegetables (I used a bagged mix of broccoli, snow peas, carrot shreds from Eat Smart), rice or noodles, … Continue reading
Last time we visited my brother and his family, we enjoyed a fondue “Melting Pot” style dinner. Prior to this fondue experience, the only other fondue I have tried is the traditional Gruyere and baguette fondue served as an appetizer … Continue reading
I found this recipe about a month ago, and have made a variation of it (see below photo) twice already due to its wonderful flavors and easy preparation.
One thing I failed to experience in New Orleans was jumbalaya. Fortunately my dad made a batch for a family gathering the very next weekend! This recipe is a family favorite, and it is terrific for potluck meals.
This creation came about due to the fact that I had half a bag of orzo sitting in the cupboard, and baby spinach sitting in the refrigerator that I had purchased for a recipe I didn’t end up making. All … Continue reading
I cannot take any credit for this recipe, which can be found at epicurious.com. This recipe would also work nicely with chicken, and was very easy to prepare.
One thing I can count on: If there’s a family gathering, someone is cooking something amazing. This time it was Mediterranean Shrimp at my brother’s house.
This risotto makes an easy one dish meal with lots of flavor. It is fairly simple to make, though it does take a little time for the rice to cook and the liquid to absorb and reduce.
After seeing Community Little Theater’s production of A Christmas Carol, my parents joined us for a scampi dinner at our house. They surprised us with lobster meat to add to the scampi, making for a fancier-than-planned-on, yet easy-to-make dinner.