Clip coupons. Shop sales. Stock up. While everyone seeks ways to save on food costs, most “tips” sound like a stale rerun, repeating the same conventional knowledge over and over.
Pizza. It’s one of America’s favorite dishes, served thin crust, deep dish, round, square and even all-out gourmet, topped with ingredients like sliced grilled pears and gorgonzola cheese.
As Lisa brought out her first batch of lumpia, a Filipino appetizer, this week and placed them in front of our son, Liam, his mouth watered over the piping-hot delicacies and he made a rather astute observation about restaurant dining.
We thought we ate through last year’s entire potato crop. We started fantasizing over those first new Red Norlands to come in early summer, but then we found another bag of last fall’s Yukon Golds in the root cellar starting to sprout.
One of the highlights of our trip to the Florida Keys was our first-ever “catch-and-cook” experience with Captain Kevin Johnsen’s Florida Keys Reel Adventures. As promised, we wanted to provide you with the opportunity to savor fresh catch of your own, and Capt’n Kevin’s Fish Taco recipe below is just the ticket.
At some seafood restaurants, the “fresh catch” might come from hundreds of miles away or arrive frozen (or even mislabeled), but at Castaway Waterfront Restaurant and Sushi Bar in Marathon, Fla., avid spear fisherman John Mirabella serves up the catch he spears during his deep-sea dives.
Among the world’s most venomous fish species, the lionfish is quickly establishing itself throughout North America’s only living coral reefs in the Florida Keys, and their impact on the reefs is inescapable.