We’ve been wanting to hit San Diego’s “Tuna Harbor Dockside Market” since it opened but never have found the time. This weekend proved how much we have been missing out and especially how competitive their prices are. The market runs on Saturdays from 8am till Noon on the dock where the remnants of the once… Continue reading California Sheephead and Tangerine Butter.
Box and canned meal alert. We really like Knor’s Falafel mix for a quick dinner. It’s so easy and hits all the boxes when we are after that fix and perfect for warm summer nights. We usually serve them with our favorite tzatziki sauce but tonight we made a quick aioli which worked beautifully as… Continue reading Falafel Sandwich with Awesome Fava Beans
This rocked. I haven’t done Halibut on the grill for what seems like forever….actually any fish directly on the grill for that matter. The Lodge Cast Iron Pans have taken over for cooking fish outdoors on the grill. The poor neglected grill grates have little if any memory of fish directly on them. After tonights… Continue reading Grilled Halibut with a Crab Shell and Halibut Morsel Cream Sauce.
July just flew by, and for the most part, was quite the bust dinner wise. San Diego had a miserably humid July and the kitchen was just plain unpleasant to be in. We didn’t want to turn on the oven, we didn’t want to prep much, but mostly we really didn’t want to be in… Continue reading What happened to July?
This year we decided to ditch the rib cook off we normally do on the 4th of July for something a bit more laid back and casual. We all decided it was slider time. Still quite quiniesetial Americana and a nice respite to allow us relax and enjoy a Tuesday celebration. Four different versions were… Continue reading Shrimp Banh Mi Sliders
The first time I did this recipe I placed the tenderloins directly on the grates over the coals. It looks like I mentioned that the pork needed a jus and I assume the juices were lost to the fire. This time I followed the cooking method and used a large cast iron pan over the… Continue reading Pork Tenderloin Argentinian Style with Orange Confit
I love to grow tomatos in the garden but this year I have only one tomato plant in the garden. It’s a volunteer and I had no idea what variety it would reveal itself to be. Another reason why it’s a blast growing your own tomatoes is they can be prolific. In so much as… Continue reading Tomato and Oregano Tarts -Roger Verge