Category Archives: Recipes

Accessorize Your Fish Fry

Accessorize Your Fish Fry

Madeira Beach hosted the annual All American Grunt Hunt a week or so ago and along with the normal tournament activities they, as in years past, included a big old fashioned fish fry. As I munched down on some deep fried Grunt filets I got to thinking about just what it was, about a fish… Continue Reading

Pan Seared Hogfish and Beet Stack Salad

Pan Seared Hogfish and Beet Stack Salad

Hog Snapper, with its delicate texture, mild flavor and slightly sweet undertones is, imho, best served with as little preparatory competition as possible. For my money, it is all too easy to lose the fish in the prep if you are not careful. Simply prepared, Hogfish pairs well with a wide range of “stouter” dishes. All that… Continue Reading

Pan-Fried Cinnamon Flounder Tostada w/Chipotle Cream & Candied Jalapeno Strips

Cinnamon What?!? Candied What?!? That’s the first response I usually get when I trot this recipe out for friends who’ve never had the dish. This dish is a treat, both to make and eat, as it breaks with convention and tastes delicious for the effort. If you are a Mexican/Tex-Mex food lover, this is one… Continue Reading

Stone Crab in Tarragon Leek Sauce with Toasted Pine Nuts over Angel Hair Pasta

Stone Crabs. They are in season, here in Florida, between October 15th and May 15th every year. The traditional approach to consuming the claws of these tasty treats is simple. Cook. Crack. Dip/Eat. Florida Stone Crab pioneer Joe Weiss (Joe’s Stone Crabs – Miami Beach) cemented the eating style, and set the quality bar, over 100 years… Continue Reading