Category Archives: Seafood

Pan Seared Fish with Green Gazpacho Sauce

If, like me, you’ve spent the lazy days of summer being just a tad overindulgent, perhaps you’ve had one too many lobster rolls, say three in one week, and you’ve been strutting around with reckless abandon thinking all that weed … Continue reading

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Fish Tacos, Spanish Style (¡Olé!)

Granted, I don’t live in Paris or Provence. Or Ireland, Cape Cod or Saugatuck. Or any of the myriad other locales that regularly fill my residential fantasies. But I do live in Ann Arbor, which is pretty great.  And I … Continue reading

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Shrimp Salad with Spinach and Feta

I’ve been gone for over a month, but I come bearing this shrimp salad with spinach and feta. If you try it, I think you’ll forgive me for my absence.  It’s one of my many “reset” salads. My try at … Continue reading

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I can’t believe that this blog is almost two years old and I haven’t yet mentioned paella. It’s not because I’m some sort of paella expert, or even that I cook it all that much, but the thing is, it’s … Continue reading

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Za’atar Rubbed Shrimp Salad with Tahini Caesar Dressing

Before C and I head East tomorrow, I want to share just one more tasty recipe with you. This is a Rachael Ray riff, and although I know it’s not cool to speak of Rachael Ray, especially on food blogs, … Continue reading

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Roasted Tomatoes with Shrimp and Feta

I woke up in a panic the other day when I realized that summer is quickly fading and I’ve yet to make Gazpacho.  Or Pesto.  Or Herbed Fish.  Or anything with zucchini or Peach Cobbler* or Tomato Bruschetta.  Or tweak that … Continue reading

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Shrimp and Oyster Po’ Boy

We’re baaaccckkk!  We had a lovely time in the Crescent City (or the Big Easy, depending on what kind of mood you’re in.) Turns out that even a chilly, post Mardi Gras New Orleans is quite enough, merci beaucoup, to beat back … Continue reading

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