Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Tuesday Tips

When you have been working all day making dinner is not always easy.   I like to have meals in my freezer that I can just heat and eat.  One of my favorites is New England Clam Chowder.   Specialty fish stores often sell soups by the bag which you can toss in the freezer and then heat up when you are short on time or you can enjoy them as soon as you get home.  Let's be honest, good soup doesn't last very long around me. 

At the Net Result in Vineyard Haven on Martha's Vineyard they sell bags of chowder for around $25 that will easily feed 6-8 people.    A good, hearty bowl of New England Clam Chowder (add a pat of butter) with a nice piece of crusty bread can hit the spot on a chilly winter evening. 

What are some of your go-to heat & eat meals? Email me,


Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Wordless Wednesday

Here is BISCo.'s newest addition, RJBG, sporting his Block Island Seafood Co. bib.  It's great for adults too when eating lobster...plastic bibs are so over

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Thursday, January 5, 2012

MV Round Up

The week between Christmas and New Years was blissfully spent on Martha's Vineyard visiting Cousin Judy.  She is technically my mother's cousin but we have formed a very close bond and a relationship that is very close to my heart (and stomach).  You see, Judy can kick some a$$ in the kitchen.   She will never say that something she made tastes great.  Maybe that is her secret? She is always looking to perfect what she has done.   I love getting into the kitchen with Judy and asking her questions,  picking up her techniques and just basically getting under her feet---I am sure she loves this.

Judy cooked up a storm for us: Chicken Cordon Blue, Linguini with White Clam Sauce, Stuffed Pork Chops, Filet of Cod, Roast Chicken...every night was something better than the night before.   Even her salads are savory with these tasty croutons she cooks up (recipe to come in a future post).  I came home feeling like a stuffed pork chop and think my jeans might have been secretly 'taken in' while I was away because they no longer button.  Who cares? It was worth every bite and every minute spent sitting at the table laughing, telling stories and goofing off.

Spending time away from the city was just what the doctor ordered to tie up the holiday season. Reading, running,  napping, playing games with family, movie watching...Oh, did I mention, eating?

Here is a little montage of what my phone captured while we were there.  

Menemsha Beach 

Ferry Chowder  

Chicken Cordon Bleu 

Roadside Chickens 
(none of these chickens were harmed in the making of any meals)

Clambelly Road - I need to live here...

and eat this Linguine with White Clam Sauce 

Row Boat Christmas Tree 

Exercise for the day - stacking firewood 

How was your holiday season?  Cook up anything you'd like to share?  Email me,


PS-One of my resolutions is to become a better blogger.  Please be sure to hold me to it.

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Block Island Seafood Company (BISCO) helps fellow seafood enthusiasts enjoy the gifts of summer in their own homes all year long. BISCO will leave your family and friends with a memorable experience beyond the traditional catered gathering by providing a dynamic chef and extraordinary cuisine. Block Island, RI (41°09'N 71°33'W) is a small island that sits in the Atlantic Ocean between Rhode Island and Montauk Point, NY. For many years it has been a vacation spot for me and my family, and now I’d like to bring Block Island to your dinner table.