Archive For The “seafood” Category

Scallops with Lemon Sauce

Scallops with Lemon Sauce

This dish is more like a summer dish instead of fall, but since I’m trying to clean up my drafts page on this blog, I present to you something fresh, light and easy to cook just when you’re getting inundated with pumpkin everything posts. You can thank me later ūüôā

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Grilled Stuffed Squid

Grilled Stuffed Squid

¬†My daughter Asi and I were on a seafood kick last weekend but we were tired of shrimps which is what we normally get. We decided to grill some tilapia and squid for a change. When my dad had grilled squid for us in the past, he always used the smaller, more tender variety. The…

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Grilled Whole Tilapia

Grilled Whole Tilapia

There’s really no recipe for this. After all, nothing could be simpler than to merely slap a piece of meat over a hot coals until it’s cooked. We have been grilling a lot lately, taking advantage of the warmer weather that is not yet too blisteringly hot to be outside over a hot fire. We’ve…

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Tilapia Baked with Miso

Tilapia Baked with Miso

Tilapia is the most common fish that I can get around here that’s easy to prepare, easily found and affordable. So it’s a staple in our freezer especially since I found the kind that are individually flash frozen fillets. They are really convenient especially when you just want something quick and only need a fillet…

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Cheese Grits with Shrimps & Mushrooms

Cheese Grits with Shrimps & Mushrooms

This is an update on one of our favorite dishes and it’s also our contribution to this week’s Food Quote Meme. ‚ÄúA man full of grits is a man of peace.‚ÄĚ ~ South Carolina‚Äôs declaration of grits as the official state food With it just being me and the husband for the last few weeks,…

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Pesang Isda – Fish in Ginger Soup

Pesang Isda – Fish in Ginger Soup

A friend cooked this for me once when the only Filipino fish soup I knew was sinigang. I thought she had forgotten the souring agent but I was wrong. For those who do not like the sourness of the ubiquitous Filipino sinigang, this is a nice, mild alternative. It is delicately spiced like your grandmother’s…

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Crab Crostini by Jade

Crab Crostini by Jade

Jade made these delectable morsels when we had a crab feast not too long ago. My daughter Asi, my husband, and I are usually crab purists. We like our crab unadorned, simply dipped in butter or lemon & soy sauce or vinegar & garlic sauce. When we have crab, we make sure The Clone, who…

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Gruyère Cheese Gougères &  Galatoire’s Oysters en Brochette

Gruyère Cheese Gougères & Galatoire’s Oysters en Brochette

December was a month of French terms and recipes in our kitchen starting with the French Yule Log we did for Daring Bakers and continuing with the Recipes to Rival challenge which is this duo of Gruy√®re Cheese Goug√®res & Galatoire‚Äôs Oysters en Brochette appetizers. Our hosts for December were Temperance of High on the…

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