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    This dish came together one weeknight from what we had in the fridge/cupboards. I wrote it down so I won't forget and can make it again. Enjoy :)

    Recipe #77239

    This recipe originated on an insert that came with a sample of specialty beers. We have made it with a number of different types and brands of beer, and it's turned out different and delicious each time.

    Recipe #75878

    This is a fabulous blackening mix with a hint of curry flavor - a favorite way to prepare our catch of the day. Fresh snapper is our top choice, but this is good on pretty much any warm water fish. Leave out the habanero for a mild flavor, or add more spice to make it hotter.

    Recipe #75149

    A hearty dish reminiscent of the sausage & peppers served at the fair - served on top of pasta instead of a bun!

    Recipe #74969

    I know it sounds strange, but I've found this is a quick and easy way to dress up your favorite fish for lunch. I use whatever fish we catch around here (snapper, flounder) but any grocery store fish filets should work just fine. Also, I recommend a cast-iron skillet.

    Recipe #71839

    This is an easy salad to make and can be planned a day ahead. Prep time does not include overnight marinade.

    Recipe #62678


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