No, I am not making this up! This is a very old Irish recipe for lobster. Somehow the idea of boiling your lawyer (lobster), then flambeeing him before dousing him in cream, is somehow a justice to the world! Not only is the name fun, but it is an excellent recipe which is great when you have a few quid to spare! If I don't want to go to the hassle of cleaning and boiling the shells, I will sometimes just serve this over toast points, or a pasta of some kind. But the shells make a great presentation!
Marinated crazy garlic and butter shrimp that everyone will love! Quick and easy to prepare and cook, marinate for as little as 30 minutes. This one is for the garlic lovers out there!
I lived in Hollywood for a few years and I would frequent Torung Restaurant on Hollywood Blvd. often. This is a dish that I will always go out of my way for when I visit L.A. I have attempted it several times and this is the closest I have come to recreating it. It is actually a very simple and easy version of a Thai standard: Nam Prik Pao.
My moms recipe. Shrimp in a creamy white sauce served over rice. Makes a filling warm dinner. Unique shrimp recipe. My mom made this when we had company, never failed to impress.
I threw these together for my daughter using stuff I had laying around in the fridge and was surprised at how good they turned out.
Supple flavors with a nice crunch. A classy toaster oven recipe for date night.
Sometimes we men wrap scallops with bacon, but sometimes we want to enjoy these two favorites separately. In this easy kabob, the scallops and bacon line up together over the fire, but stay apart. Then, when it's time to eat, we enjoy them for their different, wonderful qualities.
A very easy way to cook lobster. Just flavor him with your favorite beer.
No-nonsense kabobs with great flavor. A quick marinade and on the grill shrimp go. The mix of spices and herbs gives them terrific flavor.
This dish is inspired by the Southern East coast where grits were an everyday stable in the Southern diet, and also the influence in Florida coast fishery industry. It’s infused with our tropical fruits, combined with Creole spices, retro candy, and smooth bourbon. This dish is truly a Southern concoction of our local native products. Part of the Southern Gaming Casino Cook-off presented by Four Roses Bourbon.
Foil wrapped grilling is easy to do, easy to clean, and so good to eat. You control the heat index on this dish, so make it light or crank it up!
This dish of broiled fresh lobster served in a sherry cream sauce is my birthday dinner. Need I say more?
Who said you can't make a gourmet meal in the microwave? This shrimp-stuffed sole will impress on date night, and you don't even have to turn on the stove.
Perfectly cooked halibut is full of a tasty hot crab stuffing. A delicious but pretty easy meal to make if you have a little bit of cooking experience.
Ready to get gourmet? This stuffed steak recipe puts your surf inside your turf for a dinner you and your special friend will want to savor.
Here's my simple and delicious version of surf 'n' turf. Thick porterhouse steaks are rubbed with garlic and parsley while whole lobsters are dipped in lemon-garlic butter.
Sounds gourmet, but making this seafood scramble couldn't be easier.
A sweet, tangy and spicy Thai-inspired salad, served warm with with prawns, mango and cashews.