Monthly Archives: June 2022

Shrimp Linguine with Herbs, Corn, and Arugula

This marvelous pasta dish started for me with a large batch of home-grown Spring arugula that was beginning to go to seed. I pulled off all the good leaves, washed and dried them, and saved them for something I could … Continue reading

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Crispy Baked Fish with Tartar Sauce

This dinner was one of my first experiences with Pollack, a whitefish which I always deemed inferior to flounder, fluke, and sole. However, with the help of my primary fish advisor, Chris — I was able to make a delectable … Continue reading

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Another great dinner at Pammy’s

I recently had a chance to go out to dinner with my good friend and CFO (Chief Fish Officer), Chris. We both agreed that getting a table early at Pammy’s in Cambridge, MA, would once again be a delightful experience. … Continue reading

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Little Meals

As I get older (and hopefully, a little wiser), I choose more often to eat “Little Meals” instead of full-fledged plates (e.g. meat, starch, and vegetable). They come in many forms, are relatively quick to prepare, can be eaten any … Continue reading

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