by Erin Byers Murray
For those unaccustomed to cooking seafood, buying it can be an intimidating experience. But don’t let that be a deterrent. Follow this guide to identifying, purchasing, and cooking seafood at home.
Chris and Tim shared their experience of those days after the oil spill like they were old Navy buddies. “We’re hopefully turning the tide and preserving the way of life here. We want to make sure the fishing community is strong and continues for generations,” Chris states.
As a chef, one of the most important things to do is to cook in season. I am obsessed with the providence of food. Your pantry in spring should include things like good eggs, healthy birds, sweet peas, crispy asparagus, and fresh berries. There are many spring ingredients like these that become heroes to me, not just because of how they come alive in my recipes, but also because of the good things they do for my body.
If there is ‘seasonal affective disorder,’ it stands to reason that there is ‘seasonal affective order.’ A time of the year when we feel rejuvenated, more alive than ever, and sustained by the brilliant and colorful scenery as well as the richness yielded by the soil and light. Ecco, spring.