Sichuan Pineapple Shrimp Fried Rice Bowls Recipe

Sichuan cooking, otherwise known as Szechuan, is a style of cooking that originates from the Sichuan Province of China. Sichuan cooking is known for bold, pungent flavors and spiciness that comes from garlic and chili peppers, as well as the flavor of Sichuan pepper – a unique spice that creates a tingly numbness in the mouth. Sichuan Pineapple Fried Rice … Continue Reading

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Indian Grouper Tikka Recipe

The word tikka refers to small pieces of spicy pungent meat typically cooked in a tandoor (outdoor clay) oven.  The dish likely originated from northern India (Punjab) or Pakistan.

My fishmonger version of this dish is a pescatarian delight with highly spiced grouper in a skillet, a tangy pear chutney, topped with zesty red cabbage slaw, and an added Greek … Continue Reading

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Drunken Lobster n’ Grits Recipe

Drunken Lobster 'N Grits for Four During the St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast

What’s better than Shrimp n’ Grits? Drunken Lobster n’ Grits of course! I’ve taken the traditional Shrimp n’ Grits recipe and made it a touch classier and more flavorful with my homemade Creole seasoning and a splash of rum. And let’s not forget about the lobster – the topping that puts this grits recipe into a category of its own.… Continue Reading

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Florida Cracker Claw and Clam Chowder Recipe

Florida Cracker Claw and Clam Chowder is an ultimate comfort food.  It’s rich, chock full of crab claw and clam meat, and seasoned with Cajun flair.  I created this dish with a twist on traditional Bostonian clam chowder by adding a hint of Southern culture, specifically blue crab claw meat, simple Creole seasoning, and white roux.  Brie and brandy are … Continue Reading

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Fishmonger Tuna Burger with Double-Barreled Potato Salad

Fishmonger Tuna Burger with a Side of Double Barreled Potato Salad

As a first-time blogger with St Petersburg Foodies, I thought I’d introduce myself and tell you a little about my passion for seafood.

I have loved seafood since I could crawl. As you’ll hear in my podcast, I’ve been fishing as long as I can remember. I have images in my head of me in a diaper with a fishing … Continue Reading

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