We’re making crispy-skinned sea bass today with the most irresistible spicy tomato butter. It’s a simple summer recipe that hopefully becomes a staple in your kitchen.
The essential summer recipe: grilled fish tacos. Making them once (or hopefully many, many times) during these hot months is absolutely necessary. They’ll transport you right to the California coast right in your own backyard. I’ve kept this recipe simple, yet super flavorful. They’re topped with a grilled pineapple salsa and a vibrant chile mayo, made with Spice Tribe’s smoky chile blend.
The very best grilled shrimp in a bold, spicy coconut milk broth. It’s a beyond simple, yet really impressive recipe that I think you’ll want to be grilling up all summer long!
Today’s recipe is the perfect example of why I love cooking seared scallops. In just a few minutes…you can sear them, sit them on top of mascarpone, top them with lemony hazelnut butter, and feel like a million bucks.
Perfectly seared piece of fish, basted with a silky coating of butter, and topped with bright & tangy winter citrus. This seared sea bass with citrus salad is just the kind of refreshing dish we need to break through the end of February winter blues.
Think super easy and approachable dinner, but super decadent and exciting all at the same time. That is exactly the best way to describe these seared scallops with bok choy & celery root puree.
We’re having something so special for dinner tonight – seafood cioppino with charred bread. It’s this spicy, rich, tomato-based broth full of shrimp, halibut, mussels, and clams. Served with a side of olive oil charred bread. It is perfect for a dinner party or even just a cozy night at home.
Celebrating the simple things in life with J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines today! We’re making a girl’s night spread of salmon tartines and small bites, paired with the perfect glass of Chardonnay.
These scallops with cherries & wilted greens are going to become your new must-make dish of the summer. They’re rich, buttery, and so easy to make.