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Langoustine and Avocado Ceviche

Langoustine and Avocado Ceviche

Ceviche is one of my absolute favorite meals.  At home I make it with any kind of fresh raw fish, scallops, shrimp, or this version with langoustines.  Ceviche is really a cooking method more than a recipe, in that you are using an acid dressing to chemically cook the raw seafood.  If this makes you […]

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Watermelon Iced Tea

Watermelon Iced Tea

It would be repetitive for me to mention that it is hot, so let’s just say that a refreshing glass of iced tea sounds good right now.  Even better with some watermelon ice cubes floating around like little, rosy icebergs. I am a tea freak, so I don’t need an excuse to drink a nice […]

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Watercress Salad with Avocado and Cherry Vinaigrette

Watercress Salad with Avocado and Cherry Vinaigrette

This is a simple, beautiful salad that can easily serve as an entree with the addition of some toasted walnuts or pecans.  It’s also wonderful topped with grilled shrimp. Watercress is one of my absolute favorite greens, with its subtle bite and peppery flavor.  It pairs well with the sweet cherry dressing, some additional fresh […]

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Grilled Fish with Fresh Blueberry Salsa

Grilled Fish with Fresh Blueberry Salsa

This is a perfect summer dish: simple, light, and lots of fresh flavors.  You can use any kind of firm fish that will hold up to the grill–salmon, ono, swordfish, etc.  Here I have used mahi mahi. To grill the fish, just rub it with a little olive oil, sprinkle with salt and white pepper, […]

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Asparagus with White Balsamic Strawberries and Toasted Hazelnuts

Asparagus with White Balsamic Strawberries and Toasted Hazelnuts

As previously mentioned, I love asparagus.  When it is in season I partake of it several times a week.  My favorite way to cook asparagus is to trim the stalks, toss with a little olive oil, and cook them on the outdoor grill until slightly charred.  That was my plan for this batch, but an […]

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