A ‘cool’ front is expected this week. Music to my ears. Proof that the humidity will drop, and we can once again dine outdoors in comfort. We found a perfect spot to take in the predicted cooler evenings, a place with waterfront views and a relaxing outdoor patio—and of course, good food!
This is a delicious, easy and healthy dish. I prepare it with flounder when available, but just about any white flakey fish will work. Thank you to Bianca Centofanti! Place 1/4 c olive oil in skillet and heat. Salt and pepper filets and saute. In bowl add olives, tomatoes, capers, basil and remaining olive oil. […]
I recently took a hard hat tour of the new Culinary Institute of America at the Pearl (see “my blog”:/tanjis-tanjents/2010/06/14/hard-hats-soon-to-be-chefs-hats/ in Tanjents). _This is going to be an incredible place!_ The prestigious cooking school’s goal is to elevate Latin Cuisine to its rightful place among great cuisines of the world. Latin Cuisine Specialist Elizabeth Kossick […]
Wow! Watermark Grill hits the jackpot. Executive Chef Scott Cohen delivers again. From the delicious salmon pastrami appetizers to the succulent, giant king crab legs, Watermark Grill will excite seafood lovers. The restaurant is in a beautiful venue at Stone Oak and 1604 – the old Reggiano’s space – an architect’s dream that has been […]