This creole shrimp recipe comes with a little help from my friends, there are some foods that tend not to travel around the world, for instance Mexican food aside from a very pale imitation really is scarcely heard of over here in Europe. Likewise, Creole and Cajun foods are a mystery to us.
I have eluded to the fact that I love mackerel a lot here on Krumpli and lament the face that good fresh mackerel is so hard to get my hands on. This cured mackerel salad represents part of the spectrum of my food heaven,
Spaghetti with Shrimp is a pretty classic combination and to be honest I have not strayed to far from the pretty traditional protocols of a dish that is already a real winner, but lets face it...
I love a good fishcake and for this tuna fishcake I went plumbing through the flavours of Thailand... The last mackerel fishcakes I did here were really popular and were a bit of a grown up take on the fishcakes I grew up with as a child.
Here we go with another dish I have been working on for a while, fish tacos are something us Brits hear about on American television but rarely see on our menus but hot on the heels of my chicken fajitas it was one I wanted to master.
I am often to be found here bemoaning the seriously limited access I have to great fresh fish and sea food, so these canned mackerel fish cakes are my way of dealing with that.
Both myself and my wife were in great need of cheering up last weekend and as far as I am concerned that means great food so we went and splurged on one of my favourite, if expensive treats and broke out the grill for some grilled shrimp.
Well my grilled trout recipe represents a bug change in cooking for me this summer, I went out to purchase some picture hooks with my wife on Friday last week and ended up coming home with a new barbecue...