Padded oysters (also occasionally called “patted” oysters) get their name both from the method–coating the oysters in crumbs– and the practice of binding two oysters together in a single patty. It’s a bit of an old fashioned technique but you still see it on the menus of more homey seafood joints in the DelMarVa. A few churches in the Baltimore area still hold padded oyster fundraisers in the fall. The oysters sold at Sterling’s were most often padded unless you lucked out and got one giant oyster.
Fish, bacon and mashed potatoes? Where can you go wrong?
Springtime on a plate! Perfect for a light lunch or brunch.
This is a light, quick, and fresh way to use up the last of summer’s corn.
Restuarant-worthy Baltimore lump crab cakes with little filler and a secret ingredient–Ritz crackers!
Sardines and leftover potatoes combine to make something delicious in this pantry-friendly recipe. The last time we grocery shopped it was mid-June. We get a box of misc produce delivered each week (since mid-April) but we’ve been doing the majority of our grocery shopping in person. My goal is always […]
Occasionally found served as small plate in tapas restaurants in the US, ensalada campera (country salad) is a hot weather staple in many homes in Spain.
Miso is the savory secret to this mushroom-packed pasta
Tuna takes the place of red meat in this pantry-friendly update of spaghetti and meatballs.
Served hot or cold, this salad makes the most of some of late spring’s best ingredients: rainbow chard and garlic scapes!