Growing up, my family loved to hit up Red Lobster. Red Lobster is famous for cheddar biscuits, shrimp scampi and bringing seafood to the Midwest. Who wouldn’t love it. My favorite thing on the menu was the shrimp scampi. Not a traditional scampi, but a scampi inspired dish that was pure shrimp and no noodles. The other day my Father asked me if I could recreate it. I accepted the challenge and here it is.
The other day I was looking for something healthy to eat. I could not find anything in the house. So I decided to venture out to the store. There I found some nice fresh Haddock. From there the search was on. What to make. It has been extremely cold outside, so stew sounded fantastic. I … Read morePortuguese Fish Stew
Last weekend Nick from Macheesmo came over for a great day of grilling. We ate like kings. The first dish of the day was grilled lobster rolls. Every once in a while you will find lobster on sale. Who would have thunk it. However, I got a great deal, two 5oz lobster tails for $5.99. With prices like that I see how Red Lobster stays in business. The key to a great lobster roll is the second half of the title, the roll. Purchase uncut hot dog buns, trim the sides so that they are flat and exposed, and then slice it right down the middle starting from the top. The top cut roll, is key to a lobster roll.