Cold-Smoked Salmon Cigars with Horseradish Cream

Time to get ready for the big holidays to come.  In 1989, the Sydney Fish Market established the Sydney Seafood School in an effort to have Sydney residents eat more seafood. The Sydney Seafood School is considered to be one … Continue reading

Spaghetti with Clams and Red Sauce

It has been said that in the 1960′s when Frank Sinatra visited the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port or entertained Mia Farrow in the 1970′s on Martha’s Vineyard, his favorite meal was spaghetti and littleneck clams with fresh tomato sauce. … Continue reading

Biscotti

Biscotti has always been a favorite of travelers and of breakfast diners for dunking in their coffee. According to food historians, for years the Roman Legions, while on the road to conquering cities or countries ate Biscotti.  After the fall … Continue reading

Locke-Ober’s Lobster Savannah Recipe

Locke-Ober was one of the most renowned restaurants in Boston.  Locke-Ober featured German cuisine and New England seafood dishes.  However it was more than a restaurant, it was a Boston institution which opened in 1875. Only the Union Oyster House, … Continue reading

Kitty’s Salmorejo (Cold Moroccan Soup)

Food historians believe that Roman soldiers made the first known cold soup with bread as the principle ingredient. The Roman soldiers prepared their cold soup by using a stone mortar and then added bread, garlic and vinegar to the stone … Continue reading

Big Game Munchies

As the College & NFL football season start, you and your friends will probably gather for game parties, to watch your favorite teams.  It is a mandatory that you provide your guests with the best munchies available as they watch … Continue reading

Fall Apple Brie Soup

Cape Cod Chef Bobby Gold’s recipe for Fall Apple Brie Soup will make you want to make it year round. Although it is perfect for one of those crisp autumn days. Here is Chef Gold’s answer to what to make … Continue reading