I'm hardly an adventurous eater now by most standards, but I have been making a conscious effort to try new foods (after I officially overdosed on chicken stir-fry at school). My latest, and greatest, gastronomic experiences have revolved around fish.
After trying an everything spiced baked haddock entree at Legal Seafoods, I was sold. There were no lingering fishy flavors, no questionable textures, and no remnants of bones, scales, and eyes as I had feared. It literally tasted like an everything bagel - only without the accompanying guilt of having just consumed a brick in carbohydrates.
We recently grilled fresh haddock from Whole Foods Market in a "blackened seasoning" for fish or chicken that we threw together ourselves, with a little bit of help. It was just as good if not better than the everything bagel-esque culinary adventure at the restaurant. This seasoning also tastes great on tilapia, cod, and mahi mahi (which seem to all sort of taste the same!).
|Ready for the Grill: Haddock with Blackened Seasoning and Garden Parsley|
While we waited for the fish to cook, we sampled irresistibly tiny American Vintage wine biscuits. We tried the red wine and black pepper version, which immediately shot to the top of my favorite cracker list.
|Nutrition Info for American Vintage Wine Biscuits|
|The Perfect Tide-Me-Over Handmade Crackers|