Three ways to pick a fresh fish
1. Smell it: You may get some looks for putting your nose down upon these critters, but an off smell is the first sign the fish isn’t fresh.
2. Look into their eyes: A fresh fish will have clear eyes (not cloudy)
3. Look under the gills: a fish that is old will have brownish/slimmy gills. You want bright red and clean.… Read More Oven Roasted Branzino with Roasted Fennel
The more I sit down to blog about food, eating and cooking, the more I try to condense the amount of information I put on the page.
What else should one crave whilst watching beautifully dressed, very skinny stars, strutting the Oscar red carpet? PASTA!… Read More Oscar Pasta (What the stars aren’t eating!)
This is one of my mother’s soups. She’s not around to ask how to do it, so it’s my take on it.… Read More Hearty Beef and Barley Soup