Second generation American, like myself.
Here’s one more way to make the most of what you catch
Vacations mean a taco-only diet
“Can you eat that?” The answer is almost always “yes you can.”
On whelks and beach combing and wild land
Skate wings are worth seeking out in their own right for their delicate flavor and unique texture
Eat the bait!
Rich and hearty, gumbo is a go-to for all sorts of wild game & fish, gar included
A riff on a Cajun seafood boudin that’s a little unexpected and a lot delicious.
Pair with cheap beer and plenty of good friends.
Sticky, sweet, smoky & deeply savory- snakehead filet in japanese kabayaki glaze
Creamy, with a hint of smokiness from the charred leeks, this oyster-studded stew is a real knockout
Crisp, cool summer rolls, with aromatic herbs from our garden.
A brighter and lighter take on the classic Rockefeller
Fried fish reminds us of summer- screaming drags, breaching fish, long days on a tiny boat.
Hearty, spicy, and warming, this is the quick and easy meal for a weeknight.
Crab fat possesses a subtle briny sweetness that pairs beautifully with creamy soups.