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Our family had an outing once to this town where they have the the best and freshest seafood. They had this restaurant in the middle of the village where there were aquariums everywhere, full of all types of fish and other creatures of the sea. We got to choose the seafood and the type of recipe and the local chefs would cook them in front of us. Guaranteed fresh and real! We enjoyed it because we got to watch how the locals took pride in cooking their products. Also, my Mom and her sisters got a lot of recipe ideas from the exhibition. We could see the enthusiasm in their faces. When we got back from the trip, we all gathered in my aunt’s house and they made us dinner full of seafood goodness.
As much as I love eating seafood, I don’t cook it much. They need to be prepared in a very particular way or else they will not taste as good. And time combined with thoroughness are not something that I could always afford. Except maybe if it’s casserole because we all know how convenient casseroles are—they make our busy lives so much easier. Just like this casserole recipe that I found which introduces a dish that screams of seafood yet is very convenient to make.
Photo courtesy of Food.com. Recipe courtesy of Taste of Home.
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