TIP OF THE DAY: Luke’s Lobster Rolls With Petrossian Caviar

A lobster roll is a sandwich native to New England, where lobstermen and women have gathered crustaceans from the Atlantic Ocean for centuries. Chunks of lobster meat are served on a grilled New England-style hot dog-style bun with with squared edges, the roll opening on the top rather than the side like conventional, rounded hot…
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TIP OF THE DAY: 22 Ways To Use Sardines, For National Sardines Day

November 28th is National Sardines Day. Every year we make a different dish for our Feast Of The Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve. They’re typically the easiest to make—which is good news, when you’re cooking seven fish dishes. In the U.S., fresh-caught sardine season begins in July and lasts for a few weeks. They’re great…
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FOOD FUN: Sashimi Bites Appetizer Or Cocktail Nibble

Sashimi lovers: This one’s for you. Low in calories, high in protein, nice to look at: Why not make sashimi bites. We spotted these on the Facebook page of Chef Eric Ripert. While known worldwide for Le Bernardin in New York City, these are at his restaurant Blue, at the Ritz Carlton in Grand Cayman.…
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RECIPE: Ceviche & Lettuce Cups

[1] Ceviche in lettuce cups (photo courtesy The Chalk Board Magazine). [2] Want something more substantial? Fill an avocado half: Here’s the recipe (photo courtesy Avocados From Mexico). [3] Want something more elegant? Get out your Martini glasses (photo courtesy Elegant Affairs Caterers). [4] Ceviche with a fried plantain garnish from Chef Todd English |…
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