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  1. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    After a long 8 mile walk along the beach before sunset I was in the mood for seafood. The fish is snapper
  2. Spirits can last for a long time. The higher the proof the better. Low fills may benefit from being put in a smaller bottle to reduce surface air interaction. But I have recently been killing old low fills (granted they are pretty high proof) and they are just fine
  3. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    Menu may have changed. My wife just texted she has a bag of sea scallops one of her employees brought her
  4. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    Chicken thighs bagged with thyme are chugging away in the bath at 165f. Chicken confit with roasted carrots, brussels and potatoes along with salad are on tonight’s menu
  5. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    Scamhi, looks delicious
  6. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    they sell them in a two pack. I had 3 on hand
  7. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    My son’s birthday yesterday. He loves lamb so.... BJ’s had the fattest pair of shanks in their meat case. They were huge, plenty of leftovers
  8. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    Repurposing left overs. Smoked fish made into cakes and blueberries blended with yesterday’s salad dressing
  9. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    Smoked steelhead, beets and French feta and leaf salad
  10. scubadoo97

    Lunch 2020

    Just a quick lunch at home before heading back to work. leftover collard greens from the other day with a fried egg on top. Runny yolk and greens work really well together
  11. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

  12. scubadoo97

    Dinner 2020

    Have a spatchcocked chicken on the smoker tonight with a couple sweet potatoes in the toaster oven photos maybe forthcoming
  13. Grouper fillet cut in portions. Lightly dusted with Wondra and salt. Seared in a hot pan with plenty of butter using Eric Ruppert’s method of a thin metal probe, aka paper clip, to the lips to tell if it was warm enough in the middle. Then finished with lots of butter, fresh lemon juice and capers to make a sauce
  14. Second time making this grouper piccata dish. So easy and the lemon butter sauce with capers really works well with the meaty grouper. Of course I think it could be adapted to any fish
  15. I need to decide. Our usual beach weekend with my cousins has been canceled so new plans this year. Have friends over for dinner. Will be more reserved as they are not the party types. I am planning on picking up some grouper at the fish market and making a grouper piccata. I did it once before on a whim and really liked it
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