Poached Cod Fillet With Whole-Grain Mustard Sauce And Pomegranate Pilaf

> > > Cod – (Kabeljau / Dorsch / タラ Tara / Morue / Bacalao / smk alqadi / Treska / Turska / Γάδος Gádos / Kele / Torsk / треска, etc, etc. 🙂 . Until a few short years ago, cod (kabeljau), and especially cod in mustard sauce was a very popular dish in Europe. It was very cheap, tasted great, […]

Sautéed Cod Fillet With Cannellini Bean Salad

> > It’s no wonder people eat more and more sh***y fast food. This 2 lbs of cod fillet was $ 20.00 incl tax !!! 😦 Ground beef $ 7.00 a pound, chicken wings $ 5.00 and up, a small loaf of bread $ 4.00 and up, etc, etc 😦 Yet,  a small crappy cheeseburger […]

Baked Atlantic Cod Fillet, Cauliflower, Sweet Cherry Peppers And Capers In Lemon & EVO

> > > When I was growing up in the  Black Forest  in Germany, there were only two species of fish I experienced – the native Trout ( Bach Forelle ), which was available fresh in nearly every single restaurant, and  Cod , which was the most affordable ocean fish, available fresh at most fish shops in the bigger towns […]

Sauteed Flounder Fillet “Grenobloise”

  > Decades  ago, when I was about 19 years old, working as a commis de cuisine on the German Seaboard (Ostsee), in Timmendorfer Strand,  Hotel Seeschlösschen), this dish was one of the all time favorites on restaurant menus, either the whole fish or, for the less adventurous, fillets like I have used here. Usually served “Meuniere” […]

Panko Coated Flounder Fillet With Shrimp And Cucumber-Potato Salad

> > While  I am a great fan of traditional breaded fish fillets, this version, without the egg as part of the breading, is more suitable for a thin and delicate fish fillet such as flounder. Adding the finely diced peppers and sliced scallions to the panko-crumbs give the fish added flavor, while adding rice flour to the […]

Grilled Salmon With Artichokes, Red Onions & Tomatoes Marinated In Raspberry Vinaigrette

> > > Usually, if you’d be so inclined and check my fridge, you would find at least one or two pickled/marinaded vegetables in there. Mostly cucumbers, cauliflower, broccoli, red beets and red or white cabbage, but sometimes artichokes, green or white asparagus, mushrooms, grilled carrots, or whatever else I took my fancy that week. […]

Grilled Pork Tenderloin With Portobello, Broccoli And Tomato

> > In my opinion, pork tenderloin (fillet) is one of the most underrated cuts of meat. And of course, that is wonderful, because once people catch on, it will be priced out of reach of most folks (Lamb chops, anyone ? 😦 ) But since this has not happened yet, I can enjoy pork tenderloin as […]

Schnitzel vom Schweinerücken „Zigeuner Art“

> >> > One of my first childhood memories involving food is about Schnitzel. When visiting a restaurant with my parents in my earliest years, more often than not at least one person of the family/group at the table ordered a schnitzel, sometimes everybody. There was a wide variety of schnitzel available, even in the most […]

Tacos De Pescado (Grilled Fish Tacos)

I just realized that lately, I prepare tacos at least ones a week, sometimes even more often. Of course, this makes perfect sense, since they are very tasty, easy to prepare and the possible variations are endless. I have them for any meal of the day, breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack. My favorite taco is……..always […]