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Tag Archives: seafood
Some days are days of excess, and no amount of early morning gymming can mitigate them. The Sussex County Fair was once such day.
I love the pink iridescence of red snapper, and its opal white flesh. It just seems to me such a beautiful fish that it makes me happy to buy it and cook it on purely aesthetic grounds. The fact that … Continue reading
New Years Eve is a time for elegance and extravagance. It’s pretty much the only dinner party of the year where black tie doesn’t feel like a crazy dress code. And much as I usually like to mix low brow … Continue reading
This Dinner Will Get You Laid – The Theatre Ghost – followed by Witches Hair and Sea Monster Spaghetti
I read somewhere that in New York City the present is so powerful that the past fades away and is lost, but not so for my friend Bob the costume man. “I’ve been on Broadway since Cats was Kittens,” he … Continue reading
This meal could be cooked in a galley on a boat, and could also be cooked on a gas ring on a beach while looking at boats, or in a kitchen to evoke a beachy, boat-y atmosphere. Mussels, rich in … Continue reading