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    2018, February

    Grilled Mahi Mahi Tacos
    0 Grilled Mahi Mahi Tacos

    This week for lent we continue our tour of Catholic cuisines with a stop off in Baja California. As the most western part of Mexico, and with extensive coastline, the culinary tradition of Baja is steeped in seafood. Perhaps no dish from the region is more revered worldwide than the fish taco. Likely one form or another of this dish has been present in the region for centuries, if not millenia. However, in its current form it goes back about fifty or sixty years and typically includes a mild whi...

    Lenten Special - February 23 - Rainbow Trout with Colcannon
    0 Lenten Special - February 23 - Rainbow Trout with Colcannon

    For this weeks Lenten special we are bringing in Idaho rainbow trout, a delicious and easy to prepare fish. I find trout to be an approachable fish, even for those who aren’t the biggest fans of seafood. I often simply stuff this fish with lemon, parsley and butter and roast it whole.

    This week for lent, however, I have prepared a straightforward recipe that keeps to the tradition of Ireland, a country with a rich Catholic history. When thinking of Irish cuisine we often immediately gravitate t...

    Lenten Special - February 16 - Sicilian Grilled Swordfish
    0 Lenten Special - February 16 - Sicilian Grilled Swordfish

    For lent this year we will be featuring a different seafood special each week, alongside our usual selection of fresh Norwegian salmon and fresh shellfish. Each week I will also be writing a recipe highlighting the cuisine of a different region that has been historically predominantly Catholic.

    This week we have fresh swordfish. While this weeks shipment was wild caught in the Pacific swordfish is also widely available in the Mediterranean, and has an important place in the cuisine of many Medi...