Why do we love teriyaki so much? Because when the salt-sugar-umami stars align, the result is a flavor sensation that no one can possibly resist. Forge that bottled corn syrup stuff and make your own teriyaki with only three ingredients (soy sauce, mirin, and sake).
Pair this delicious rocket salad with grilled salmon and you’ll have an elegant meal in less than 30 minutes.
Here is a delicious and simple recipe that harnesses the pure essence of the tomatoes, that can be used either as a light garnish for grilled fish or as a refreshing drink. You may even want to try it in a Bloody Mary.
Of course you may steam your lobsters in plain water, but the vodka gives a nice subtle flavor and provides a sauce.
I don’t know one person who doesn’t love a delicious grilled cheese sandwich. Make it even better by adding crabmeat to the mix. This delightful treat is perfect for weekend lunches or anytime for that matter. You can also cut it into bit-size pieces and serve it as an appetizer if you’re hosting a July 4th party.
Skip the take-out and make your own spring rolls. They’re easy and delicious. If you would like to make these spring rolls vegetarian then just omit the shrimp.
A big pot of spiced boiled crabs, a New England tradition, is a delicious but messy affair. Cover the table with newspaper and have lots of big napkins on hand. Serve with coleslaw and rolls. P.S. You don’t need to live in New England to make a crab boil, but hopefully you live somewhere that you have access to live crabs.
Every bite of these succulent shrimp are infused with bright, zesty flavor that will leave your taste buds tingling.
I used to not be such a fan of scallops because whenever I ordered them they came out rather chewy. Try this Jerk Scallop recipe because, quite frankly, I think that you’ll love it.
When Enrico Caruso sang with the Met in Seattle in 1904, he ate the kitchen out of the chef’s sensational salad, Crab Louis. Succulent Dungeness crab is rarely found off the West Coast, but this old favorite is just as good with Maryland blue crab or the almost equally scarce Florida Stone crab.