“SIMPLY AWESOME TASTING !”
Halibut, Chilean sea bass, tilapia or
shrimp work well. In this photo you see
thick fresh halibut fillets, fresh sea bass,
and tilapia fillets all after having been
soaked overnight in a delicious marinade
I found at a local market in Santa Monica.
It is an island blend sauce and I highly recommend it. I then topped the mix with a pineapple ring, covered and let sit in the fridge. The
ingredients pictured in the pan were thrown on a grill for a few minutes at a local architectural firm for lunch, served with potato salad, grilled
shrimp, grilled salmon with a rosemary lemon sauce and a side of mixed fruit chutney and it was simply awesome tasting.
$150. is not out of the question to spend at the sushi bar including drinks.
Well here I spent $150. and had a party.
It served 2 couples.
We had various salads, sushi, sake, plum wine, aloe water, miso soup and good times.
Let me, the Dude of Food, show you how with my upcoming, Dude of Food cookbook.
This is an awesome Dude of Food creation.
Take some tuna and spicy it up. The scoop
some tofu cubes out and fill them with spicy
tuna goodness. Then wrap the base of the tofu
cube with seaweed and serve.
The cubes here are shown with the tuna mixed with rice, but i found this is
These are easy and delicious. Crack open your favorite mexican beer. Put the other 11
somewhere cold. At the cabin I stick them right in the snow outside the front door.
Next grate some cheese, chop onions, lettuce, tomato and avacado and put the piles into
separate small bowls. Pan fry some red snapper, halibut or shrimp in light oil. Bake some
tortillas so they are warm and soft, but be mindful not to dry them out. I like them warm but not too steamy.
Once all the ingredients are layed out, create a conga line along the taco prep area and enjoy. You can
add salsa and a squeeze of lime per taste if so desired.