Cape Cod Seafood Risotto

Risotto is synonymous with Italy.  In the 14th century B.C.,  Arabs first brought rice to Sicily and Spain during their control.  Italy had the perfect growing conditions with the high humidity of the Mediterranean combined with flat land for growing … Continue reading

Baked Stuffed Lobster

The late great Executive Chef David Woodbury of the Old Yarmouth Inn gave us this recipe for Stuffed Lobster many years ago. Dave had spent 35 years in the hospitality industry including owning his own business. He worked locally for … Continue reading

Seafood Cioppino

Executive Chef Kevin Violet  has worked in some very fine kitchens.  He completed his culinary internship at the Chatham Bars Inn and has worked at a resort in Bar Harbor, Maine and at the famous Ritz Carlton in Boston. Executive Chef … Continue reading

Tomato Fettuccine with Shrimp and Scallops

Over the years many summer visitors and residents of the lower Cape may remember the Cielo Gallery – Café a fine dining restaurant in Wellfleet.  It was considered one of the top restaurants on the Cape by Boston Magazine.   Chef … Continue reading

Seafood Alberto for Two

Growing up in the North End and working in several restaurants there, Felis Barreiro managed Alberto’s current location for 3 years before becoming Alberto’s owner.  Alberto’s used to be located on Ocean Street in Hyannis.  That was the location of … Continue reading

Taste of Thailand Dinner on Board the Celebrity “Constellation”

Celebrity Cruise Chef Alexander and his Sous Chef prepared a Thai dinner from the items purchased that afternoon at the Banzaan Fresh Market in Phuket Thailand.  Here is the Chef’s fabulous dinner menu served on board Celebrity’s “Constellation” that evening. … Continue reading

Scallops & Jamon Iberico over Tarbais Bean Cream from Chef Gjoka

Oceania’s Senior Executive Chef  Alban Gjoka Here’s a recipe that’s great for company because it’s fabulous to look at – and we eat   with our eyes.       Scallops & Jamon Iberico over Tarbais Bean Cream                                                           Makes 10 … Continue reading