Blog Posts - Mussels



Mljet

After Dubrovnik, we took the ferry to Mljet. The ferry docked at Polace, but we’d read that Pomena was a slightly busier town. Getting off the ferry, there was a cluster of people offering accommodation. We just needed to find a … Contin...
by Chooks and Roots on Aug 1, 2016

Seafood Teppanyaki

One of the easiest mixed seafood dish to prepare is this Seafood Teppanyaki, made out of mixed seafood like fish, squid, scallops, mussels, clams and any seafood you can think of, it is just... The post Seafood Teppanyaki appeared first o...

Easy Potato And Seafood Chowder Pie

Easy Potato And Seafood Chowder Pie. This seafood medley is simple to make and tasty for all the family. Fish, prawns, mussels and squid topped with potato. Well, this Easy The post Easy Potato And Seafood Chowder Pie appeared first on From Plate to...
by From Plate to Pen on Apr 10, 2016

The Pinoy “Longline”: An innovative and sustainable way to grow green mussels

The traditional method of growing green mussels in the Philippines is called the “stake” method wherein the mussel “spats” or young mussels freely attach to bamboo poles placed in the coastal areas. There is little management done and the num...
by Business Diary Philippines on Jan 25, 2016

Steamed Mussels and Andouille in White Wine Broth

The humble mussel is one of the tastiest of shellfishes, in my opinion. Mussels are easy to clean, easy to cook, and easy to pair with a flavorful broth or simple butter drizzle.For this recipe, a bit of Andouille sausage adds a savory touch and just...
by The Briny Lemon on Dec 6, 2015

Stop Being So SHELLFISH! #LobstahPalooza2015 — An Adventure in Atlantic Ambrosia!

On Sunday, September 27th, something’s coming up that you won’t want to miss! Toronto’s known for its foodie culture, hosting people and their dishes from virtually every corner of the planet, giving our citizens a discerning pala...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Sep 24, 2015

Steamed Mussels with Smoked Sausage in Tomato Broth

This simple, one-pot dish can be served as an appetizer or first-course soup for four, or as a light dinner for two to three. The fresh-tomato base cooks down rich and savory with smoked sausage and a bit of sherry—making a flavor-loaded broth for...
by The Briny Lemon on Aug 6, 2015

Come flex your mussels at BXL East in NYC!

  Some pretty tasty mussels Provençal served up with decent frites and a cold Leffe Blonde to wash it down. Oh yeah! Nothing like an impromptu meal discovery. So many different types of dining spots here in NYC hidden down … Continue read...
by The Regular Guy NYC on May 4, 2015

Newest in Town: Bronze's Shabu Shabu , Samgyupsal @ Marikina!

I do have a soft spot when it comes to hole in a wall restaurants. Not only they offer relatively affordable rates, but they also offer the same comfort foods like others.Bronze's Shabu Shabu and Samgyupsal is the newest food stop that you should vis...

Tinolang Tahong (Mussels in Ginger Soup)

Tahong or mussels is one of my husband's favorite seafood. He loves it with soup, oven-baked or plainly grilled mussels. He did our grocery today and requested for mussels with ginger soup or tinolang tahong. This is very easy and quick dish to prepa...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Mar 30, 2015

Mussels in garlic butter

If you liked your escargots cooked this way, you will certainly love my concoction of blue lipped mussels in garlic butter and herbs. Throw in a generous amount of chiili flakes for that extra oomph!  ...
by Kitchen Trails on Mar 11, 2015

Moules Marinieres

Hey folks happy Thursday, nearly the weekend! Did you know that in Scotland we are lucky to have some of the finest sea food in the world? This is why I am able to bring to you today my version of the fabulous moules marinieres mussel dish. It’s so...
by Neils Healthy Meals on Mar 5, 2015

Mussels from Brussels

Belgium is definitely not the country you’d go to for wonderful seafood. With a coastline less than 75km (50 miles) long the country’s traditional dishes are mainly meat-based. A nice exception […]...
by Pinch of Adventure on Feb 7, 2015

Seafood Risotto (Risotto Ai Frutti Di Mare)

Excitingly, along with my own and my restaurateur father's recipes, I will also be sharing Italian dishes from my brother, Solos' renowned Italian restaurant Giorgio's in Headingley, Leeds.We really are so lucky to have 4 gorgeous, award winning rest...
by Honest Mum on Jan 27, 2015

Review of Carol’s Cafe in Staten Island

I had a $130 gift certificate to Carol’s Cafe that I had been hoarding for a while. And recently, when I read an article in the Staten Island Advance describing an upcoming renovation of the restaurant, with what seemed like a very loose and po...
by Baconboozer on Dec 24, 2014

Fideuà – The Lesser-known Mediterranean Classic

Honestly, I hadn’t heard from fideuà until I came to live in Catalonia, where I first had it and instantly loved it!  Fideuà is a sort of paella’s cousin but made with noodles instead of rice.  As it happens with … Continue read...
by Around the Bowl on Dec 8, 2014

Tasty Tuesdays-a Taste of Halkidiki

Having recently returned from stunning Halkidiki, I had to share some foodie stills from our time there. The abundant fruit growing from trees (including vineyards, pomegranate and banana trees) and olive trees of course as far as the eye could see m...
by Honest Mum on Sep 1, 2014

Tasty Tuesdays-a Taste of Halkidiki

Having recently returned from stunning Halkidiki, I had to share some foodie stills from our time there. The abundant fruit growing from trees (including vineyards, pomegranate and banana trees) and olive trees of course as far as the eye could see m...
by Honest Mum on Sep 1, 2014

Beer Steamed Mussels – In My kitchen

There’s a bit of a beer theme in my house this month. Not that I am any kind of  beer swilling Pirate. In fact my beer consumption is quite low these days. Was a time when I could polish off … Continue reading → The post Beer Steam...
by My Kitchen Stories on Jul 31, 2014

Beer Steamed Mussels – In My kitchen

There’s a bit of a beer theme in my house this month. Not that I am any kind of  beer swilling Pirate. In fact my beer consumption is quite low these days. Was a time when I could polish off … Continue reading → The post Beer Steam...
by My Kitchen Stories on Jul 31, 2014


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