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Speaking of strength --
|Mahogany Bay Grouper|
I purchased this beautiful half pound of grouper at the farmer's market on Sunday. It was flash frozen. I have read that frozen fish actually has more nutrients, just as frozen veggies often do. And Dan loves grouper; any opportunity to get him to eat fish.
I haven't been on a cruise in a couple of years. Medical bills and the economy have kept us away from such extravagances as of late. This "bold and spicy" dish reminded me of a western Caribbean vacation which we took in March of 2010. It is the kind of dish you'd get on a cruise ship on the "light" menu. It especially minded me of this trip which took us to Honduras.
Mahogany Bay is a resort Island off the coast of Central America. It is also sometimes listed as Isla Roatan. Take a ski lift out to the beach and sit there all day, sipping a cocktail or two in and swimming the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
|View #1 from a Ski Lift... |
But where is the snow?
|On the way to the beach...|
|I got that hat from a wine vendor... ;.)|
Mahogany Bay Grouper
1 tablespoons Tequila
Add corn to baking pan atop fish.
Dot with butter.
Layer lime slices on tip of fish.
|Serve with Steamed Green Beans|
Use less seasoning for a milder fish.