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Category Archives: Seafood

Seafood Paella with Clams and Grouper

Seafood Paella with Clams and Grouper

Wonderful as it is to consume, preparing seafood paella can seem a daunting task. There are so many constituent parts and the process seems fraught with all kinds of “gotchas”. However, when you unpack it, the prep is actually pretty straight forward if a little futzy. Don’t over think it and don’t get hung up… Continue Reading

Pan Seared American Red Snapper in Pineapple Habanero Cream sauce

Pan Seared American Red Snapper in Pineapple Habanero Cream sauce

This recipe was first posted in 2016. We are coming to a close on the 2018 Red Snapper recreational fishing season here on Florida’s Gulf Coast. This has been the longest season for recreational anglers in a number of years.  So, to commemorate and close out the season (and, because we’ve been promising Capt. Paulette Barret,… Continue Reading

Cooking Up Some Snook

Cooking Up Some Snook

The next best (some say the best, period) thing to catching Snook is cooking up and eating Snook. Long gone are the days when Florida anglers teased uninitiated out-of-towners with the old “Snook as “Soapfish” meme. Snook is, and always has been, one of the tastiest catches you can land. *Unless you are the author… Continue Reading

Mangrove Snapper in Green Curry Cream

Mangrove Snapper in Green Curry Cream

With strong Southeast Asian overtones this dish brings a smooth, vibrant sensation to your palate. You may need to hunt around a bit, sourcing a few of the ingredients but, the effort will be amply rewarded. Ingredients for preparing Mangrove Snapper in Green Curry Cream The Curry Cream Green Curry:  2 oz. Coconut Cream: 14… Continue Reading

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