Feast of Fishes Special

Christmas_MantleFrom Stockholm to Sicily and New England’s rocky shores, seafood is a Christmas Eve tradition. It is also a delicious choice anytime during the holidays. If you have family flying in this weekend or just want to get together with friends, think seafood.

Start the evening with salmon. Who would not love a thin slice of Gravlax with Tarragon-Caper Mustard Sauce. No time; then try my Smoked Salmon Mousse. it comes together in minutes.

When you are ready to sit down, enjoy a colorful salad. Toss together colorful reds and greens for my Radicchio, Fennel, and Arugula Salad or Roasted Cauliflower, Radicchio & Arugula Salad.

For the main course, why not toss together my delicious Garlicy Shrimp with Tomatoes & Olives. It comes together in minutes. If you’d like to go all out and New England to boot, then you should stir up a batch of my Lobster-Corn Chowder.

You’ll want to end the evening with something sweet. If you are thinking creamy delicious, then try my White Chocolate & Cranberry Trifle or Maple Mousse with Apple Compote. Then again, when was the last time you had a really good brownie? Not just any brownie … an over the top, no holds barred brownie. If it’s been a while, give my Espresso Brownies a try.

Happy holidays and bon appétit!

… by the way … if you are looking for a Feast of the Seven Fishes Menu, search no further.

For a complete list of and links to all the recipes on this blog Click Here!!

What are your plans for the weekend? I’d love to hear from you. Let’s get a conversation going.

For a complete list of and links to all the recipes on this blog Click Here!

Want more? Click here for more seasonal menus! © Susan W. Nye, 2016


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