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Most recipes call for pan frying them in either peanut or coconut oil, but I've been using olive oil and it comes out fine. Cook a few minutes per side depending on how thick you cut them. Season with salt (some people like sugar).Karly wrote:
That sounds great gator! One of the local restaurants had fresh halibut last night and it was good. I love plantains when I go to the Caribbean but I've no experience cooking them. Any advice?
I didn't take it; it's on the web.gator wrote:
Nice picture, FC. It looks like something out of a cooking magazine.
The Lobster Pool used to do a good shrimp roll. I don't think they make it anymore unfortunately.
Tonight is the night the proletariat bends to the bourgeoisie and someone is about to claim my proletariat parking spot because Main Street closed to traffic.Karly wrote:
One year after Nice...the French are celebrating Bastille Day while mourning the dead. I have a special bond with France for many reasons and have always celebrated with them. I wasn't sure how I would feel this year but I am taking my cue from them.
So...crusty French bread, baked brie and a nice chardonnay in honor of Bastille Day.