One of the things I love about going to the Farmers’ Market every week is that I always find something wonderful to try. This week, along with all the lovely fresh fruit and vegetables, I bought Sea Bass right off the boat – caught last night & filleted this morning. It doesn’t get any fresher than that!
John sprinkled the fish on both sides with Dill Pepper from Cedar Rock that we bought on San Juan Island last summer, then let it sit for about 20 minutes before pan-frying it in Olive Oil for about 5 minutes on each side. We served it with fresh lemon wedges.
This recipe comes from my friend, Kathy, at Bakeaway With Me. Kathy and I participate in French Fridays with Dorie and Baked Sunday Mornings together. Both groups are made up of enthusiastic cooks who are also bloggers. Besides being a talented chef, Kathy is a wonderful photographer, and her posts are always top-notch.
I made this tart in a pie plate because I didn’t have a tart pan large enough to hold it. The other change I made was to add the garlic to the zucchini while I cooked it. This tart is wonderful – like a quiche with herb-scented crust – and a perfect accompaniment to fish.
A super simple summer side dish (or breakfast, if you live in England!)
Remove the core, then sliced the tomatoes around the middle, set them cut side up on a baking sheet lined with foil.
Drizzle them with Olive Oil.
Sprinkle them with Shallot Pepper and Salt.
Top them with a bit of Italian-blend Cheese.
Place under the Broiler for about 5 minutes until cheese is melted and bubbly.
|Fishing Boat heading out to sea ~ Channel Islands Harbor|
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