I had never tried fish pie until making this one after it was recommended by a colleague of mine from the UK. The fluffy potato crust and smoky flavor of the haddock really stood out in this dish. Having eaten it three days in a row now for lunch, you can say I’m a fan of the fish pie.
Making the stock for this dish was way more fun than I had expected (relaxing, too). I just tossed some of my favorite vegetables and herbs together in a pot and stepped away, letting the boiling water extract all the wonderful flavors as I prepared the other ingredients. It was a nice change of pace from flying around the kitchen trying to cook 10 things at once!
Ponzu has a very unique flavor profile. Salty at first with a vinegary, citrus finish. We’ve added some cayenne and pepper flakes to ours, which tastes great with the tuna if you don’t have wasabi.
When mama’s home, you know you’re getting fed. Here’s a recipe straight from Mama Mandy that will keep your stomach and fridge stuffed for days.
Welcome to Lobstermania. A New Buffalo Labor Day seafood tradition that inspired a very tasty BYT recipe. Shout out to my Aunt Marge for teaching us a new dish that we’ll definitely be doing again come this time next year!