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Looking for a unique brunch idea for Valentine’s Day? Let your love sleep in a while as you prepare this savory and flavorful crepes recipe, stuffed with scallops, poblano peppers, cream and more. If you love to cook, Valentine’s Day is a great day to show that love. Continue reading
This is a continuation of our collection of posts from Topsail Island, North Carolina. What a great trip! We mentioned finding a wonderful roadside seafood stand with fresh seafood available, caught fresh from the ocean. While there were a number of restaurants available to choose from with seafood on the menu, we couldn’t resist buying our own fresh seafood and making our own meal. After spending time on the beach and after all the travel, the first night we wanted something simple, and to me, simple is Shrimp Tacos.
We at Madness (that’s really Mike and Patty) decided on a Seafood Madness exploratory trip in order to celebrate 15 wonderful years together. We love beach trips, but we also love exploring what areas have to offer in terms of food and culture. Having been to Myrtle Beach a few years ago, we knew we liked the general area, but were looking for something a bit less commercial. Lucky for us, after a bit of research, we found Topsail Island, North Carolina. Continue reading
Jalapeno Miss and I were having a bit of fun in the kitchen with our new pasta maker and decided to see what happens when we incorporate a healthy dose of chili powder into a basic homemade pasta recipe. The results were rather fun. You won’t get a massive burst of heat or flavor addition to the actual pasta from the chili powder, but what you do get is a wonderful red color to the pasta that goes great with a silky sauce like carbonara or Alfredo, or maybe even simple olive oil. When you’re looking for a fun and interesting presentation, this might be an option for you.
Vodka Sauce is a popular sauce in Italian cuisine, and quite delicious. It’s one of Jalapeno Miss’ favorite sauces, so at her request I worked one up in the kitchen, but there were two requirements: 1. It had to be served with lobster, and 2. It had to be spicy, but not too spicy!
Today, I seasoned some salmon with a bit of salt, chili powder and grated lemon peel, then seared them over high heat and baked them for 10 minutes. The salmon fillets always come out nice and juicy this way. While they were cooking, I had the whole 10 minutes to consider – what can I add to the salmon to finish it off? Looking through my fresh ingredients, I realized I could whip up a quick homemade guacamole, which would be great, but then I thought – what if I incorporated the guacamole ingredients without actually making the guacamole?