Volterra. Historically fine dining – Restaurante Enoteca del Duca

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pavioli1Restaurante Enoteca del Duca      Volterra, Italy

Opening just in time for 7 hungry tourists walking in to enjoy lunch, we were led to the back patio garden to enjoy a warm spring day. After some refreshing wine the group chose a number of various items as seen above. All were incredible. If you are unsure which place to eat while visiting Volterra, Italy then decide to eat at Restaurante Enoteca del Duca. Luckily, The Dude of Food did and it was one of his best delicioussions ever!

Pommes Boutique, Salzburg Austria

POMMES BOUTIQUE 

This place is delicious!

If you love fresh quality ingredients home made into simple food by caring hands then this is the place for you.

Quite possibly the best burger joint in Austria!

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Oysters in Fontainebleau

After walking around the Chateau Fontainebleau I realized I had worked up a hunger and as I walked down an alley I saw this cool old fish stand. I bought 2 oysters. 1 was an expensive one and the other was a not quite as expensive one.

Oysters provide our bodies with protein, iron, omega 3 acids, calcium, zinc, vitamin C and contain no cholesterol.

They guy at the counter shucked them for me so all I had to do was open, squeeze lemons and eat.  

Bon Appetite.oysters

Captain Croc – Paris, France

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                                                                                    Captain Croc   –  Paris, France

11 Rue Toullier 5 eme

tel: 0143255664

As I walked the 65 miles or so around town I could feel my energy getting lower.

I needed to eat and when in Rome you do as the romans so, in this case french,

I decided I needed wine with my lunch. The Captains Croc provided me with a

delicious plate of salmon pasta in cream sauce and some wine to help keep me going.

If you are in the area then I recommend  you walk over and eat lunch here. You won’t be disappointed by the food, prices or friendly service.

Marinated Fish for Grilling

marinated fishSIMPLY 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.