I haven’t been cooking much lately (at least not anything I would want to show a photo of), so I decided to show a photo of a fish my husband caught this summer. The fish is a Yellow Eye Rockfish, also called a Pacific Red Snapper. This is a very tender and mild-tasting white-fleshed fish. I often use it in fish stews I make.
I’m soon to start on a new Sunday Series – Sunday Slow Soupers. I’m going to have to skip the first week though. The recipe is a Porcini Mushroom-Chestnut Soup, and I can’t seem to find any chestnuts here and I don’t want to pay a fortune to have some shipped to Alaska.
My life is about to get very busy, as Saturday I am getting a new puppy – a West Highland Terrier. But I am going to try to be more consistent in my posting – my goal is 2 recipes a week – one for soup and one random item. Along with PhotoHunter on Saturdays, I am going to try to aim for at least 3 posts per week. And then there will still be the monthly Daring Bakers.
Off to continue “puppy-proofing” the house…