For some time, Susan has been suggesting that I make Coconut Shrimp with Orange Marmalade Dipping Sauce. This is a time of the year when fresh bay shrimp are abundant along the Gulf Coast. The local bay shrimp are my absolute favorite! Therefore, I thought that they would be perfect in this dish, and they…
Fish and Seafood
Tuna salad is comfort food at its best. At its most basic level, it’s a combination of canned tuna and mayonnaise. There are a lot of variations on that basic mixture. My favorite variation adds celery and sweet pickle relish. This produces a delicious tuna salad that’s quick and easy to make.
From spicy beginnings to delectable endings and everything in between, Grits and Pinecones and I have your Cinco de Mayo celebrations covered with 29 tried and true recipes! In case you didn’t know, Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.
Who doesn’t love tender juicy chicken and succulent shrimp? Add a delicious tequila lime marinade and the flavor of grilling, and you have a perfect meal for Cinco de Mayo!
Beer Battered Fish and Chips with Mushy Peas is a favorite pub meal. Add homemade tartar sauce, and you have a true winner! Traditionally, either cod or haddock is the fish of choice. However, any large flaked white fish will work.
Boxty is a traditional Irish pancake. It is often made with a combination of mashed potatoes and raw grated potatoes mixed with flour, milk, and egg.
Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole is my ultimate comfort food. It’s full of cheesy goodness, and topped with a crunchy bread crumb topping.
Grilled Herb Shrimp is awesome to serve for your special Memorial Day dinner. I used an Ina Garten recipe as a starting point, and served the shrimp with a baked potato and fresh corn. It doesn’t get much better than this!
Since it’s Labor Day, I thought I’d try a different grilled shrimp recipe than I’d used before. The recipe that I settled on is Marinated Grilled Shrimp on the allrecipes.com site. I’d seen this recipe before, but for some reason was put off by the use of tomato sauce.
Jambalaya is a quintessential New Orleans dish that has its roots in both French and Spanish settlers. Traditionally, jambalaya is made with some sort of sausage, along with some other meat and/or seafood. It includes the holy trinity of onion, celery, and green bell pepper, along with spicy seasonings and rice. Pasta Jambalaya replaces the rice…