Tag Archives: Fish
Another one of our fermented black bean Jeff Smith favorites, this time with a firm white fish. Great on a Sunday evening when you want something tasty and satisfying but that doesn’t require too much effort. For more information on … Continue reading
February 22, 2014 The Wellesley Boutique Hotel is an old world charmer with modern conveniences and centrally located a short walk from the harbor. Our deluxe room was spacious, comfortable and quiet. In-room wifi is available with a free voucher … Continue reading
July 5-7, 2013 Kryp In The popular Kryp In restaurant, highly rated on TripAdvisor, is located on a quiet street of Gamla Stan. The quaint interior fills up fast in high season, thus reservations are a must. Outside tables are … Continue reading
This is one of Don’s favorite foods. There is hardly a visit to the Nîmes market where we don’t pick up a luscious thick filet of morue desalée, the French name for salt cod that has already been soaked and … Continue reading
Finding a comfortable place to dine alone in China is not so easy, that is if you want to eat a higher quality sit down meal. Lots of places serve quick bites for singles looking to fill their bellies with … Continue reading
It seemed like a reasonable idea. We would drive to Marseille, try the famous Marseillaise bouillabaisse for lunch, and then on the way back stop in the Camargue, France’s wetlands west of Marseille, for a little post lunch hike. I … Continue reading
When the fish monger asks you if you want the roe. Say, “but of course!” Dust with seasoned flour, sauté gently and enjoy with your aperitif.