Category Archives: Seafood

Shrimp Skewers Louie

I am old enough to remember the days of the stodgy old steakhouses. They had white table cloths, huge hunks of beef and a standard set of appetizers and side dishes. One of the common dishes was Shrimp Louie, shrimp in a tasty pink sauce. It was a rich appetizer served in a chilled glass. I have updated it to a more modern version with shrimp on skewers to make them a finger food with a tasty dip. Continue reading Shrimp Skewers Louie

Spain on a Fork’s Pan Fried Salmon

One of the best things about social media and blogs is you find talented people who inspire you. That happened when I came across the Spain on a Fork site. The site owner, Albert Bevia, cooks Spanish cuisine that is simple but treats food with respect. I had to add him to my blogroll and try some of his recipes. His is a blog worth checking out. Here is my preparation of his Pan Fried Salmon. Continue reading Spain on a Fork’s Pan Fried Salmon

Scallop Fettuccine Alfredo

For my Community TV show at Shaw East Kooteny, they wanted me to do dishes for Valentines Day in December so they could be ready to show in January. So my clock was messed up but being married to She Who Must Be Obeyed means I always feel lucky in romance. The first dish that came to mind was Scallop Fettuccine Alfredo because the woman I love likes scallops and a creamy pasta dish is sensual and sexy. How can you tell I love food? Continue reading Scallop Fettuccine Alfredo