I have always been a sucker for seafood. One of the beauties of traveling is experiencing the freshest local catch – prepared simply, and served steaming hot.
Years ago, while visiting the Seattle area for a music conference, we ate at a most impressive restaurant in Redmond, Washington. The Celtic Bayou is a mash-up of Irish pub food and Louisiana cajun dishes. Strange combo, but incredibly successful.
My gardening skills are weak, mostly because I can’t leave things alone. I am forever picking the pea pods, cherry tomatoes, or basil to nibble, leaving very little for a decent harvest.
I love soup. That’s probably something I learned from my father, who could eat soup for every meal, all year long.