If you have the privilege of living along the coastal regions of the Northeast as I do or have taken a visit to the shores of Maine, you’ve probably experienced a clam bake or, at least, a clam boil as a culinary adventure.
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Cassoulet de Fruits de Mer (Curried Seafood Stew)
This Pondicherry favorite is Chef Mody’s southern Indian version of bouillabaisse. You can use any combination of available seafood, but I recommend that mussels and shrimp should always be included.
I loves me some seafood bisque, especially crab. And, of course, it comes from that land of many great soups, France (the name is also a bit of a spoiler for its origin story). Rumor has it the name originated from Biscay, as in Bay of Biscay but what is […]
JB’s Fish Camp and Restaurant
JB’s Fish Camp is as much an experience as it is a restaurant. Not only does it serve food, it also offers kayaking, river tours, and they’ll cook your catch for you if you go fishing. It’s located on Highway A1A on the south side of New Smyrna Beach. You […]
Ivar’s Acres of Clams and Pier 54 Fish Bar
I first met Ivar’s Acres of Clams and Pier 54 Fish Bar when I was a kid in college studying animation. You can tell how well the latter worked out (spoiler: I ain’t exactly working for Disney). My venture into the former, however, was much better. I’d stopped into Seattle […]
Note: Bracketed material will eventually become endnotes. Nonfish Roe Producers Not that much has been written about the lesser-known non-fish roemakers. I’ve learned that crab roe is an essential ingredient in Chinese She-Crab Soup and that since Shrimp roe is carried externally by shrimp, it is often served that way […]