Staying with the cool, refreshing summer theme, we bring you Ahi Hawaiian Pesto Poke. No, it’s not bait. 😛 Continue reading Ahi Hawaiian Pesto Poke
If you haven’t noticed I haven’t posted anything in a while. It’s because I am always jealous of Cat over at Things My Belly Likes. Not only does Cat have fabulous recipes, photos and a great writing style but she lives on an island in the Caribbean with those gorgeous turquoise waters, beautiful views, unbelievable sunsets, fresh seafood, wonderful rum, the list goes on and on and on. So, time for a vacation in St. Croix for a week to renew our wedding vows and eat, drink and be merry. No posting. No internet. No cell phone. Lots of fun in the sun and snorkeling. Rum, Rum and more Rum. Good food cooked by someone else. Nice people.
Despite all the obstacles American Airlines put in our path, we had a great time and I got to remarry the love of my life, once again. I would marry her every day for the rest of my life. Unfortunately, however, all things must come to an end so we are now back in concrete city with temps in the upper 90s waiting to hit 100 F again, and again, and again. But it’s home, we like it and we have yet to figure out how to move the house, foundation and yard to an island. Continue reading Spicy Ahi & Crab Poke Lettuce Wraps
This is the last of the Trio of Tuna appetizer course referenced in Tuna Tartare with Coconut Yuzu Kosho and Coconut Leche de Tigre. This trio went together wonderfully. Although this is considered an appetizer (and was fixed as such in the Trio), if you follow the instructions, it’s a HUGE appetizer. I think of it as a wonderful lunch otherwise reduce it’s size. Give it a try. It is scrumptious. Continue reading Ahi Poke Stack with Avocado
In the preceding recipe for Tuna Tartare with Coconut Yuzu Kosho and Coconut Leche de Tigre I pointed out the three appetizers on the appetizer plate: 1) Tuna Tartare with Coconut Yuzu Kosho and Coconut Leche de Tigre, 2) Minute Poke, and 3) Ahi Poke Stack. This recipe is for the Minute Poke. I call it Deconstructed Poke. Continue reading Minute Poke