Ah yes! Life in the kitchen in one of the hottest July’s on record at The Captain’s Shack (The Shack). But so much fun to make and serve. Some of these dishes are “eye candy”, too. Some have recipes; Some don’t. (If you want a recipe, just let me know. I’ll see what I can do.) As with most photos on this blog, Left Click them and see them enlarged. Enjoy these photos and if you make any of the recipes, let us know how you liked them. Thanks and Cheers!
Dinner Tonight: Truite au four en Papillote
02 Monday Jun 2014
On my! This was so good. The trout, Idaho trout from Hagerman, ID, was so light and sweet and good. And for me, that is saying something. I grew up on the East Coast eating Atlantic seafood. We never had much fresh water fish. But this trout was awesome. Loved it and would do it again. Not hard or difficult to do at all. Don’t be intimidated by the name. Basically, Truite au four en Papillote implies Steamed Trout in Parchment. If you follow the photos, you should have not problems. Give it a try. Use any seafood, in this case, that you like. Good luck! If you try this, let us know how it turned out for you. Cheers.
The plated dinner. And again, it was so very good!
Fresh Hagerman Trout
02 Monday Jun 2014
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I found some what looks like some good Idaho – Hagerman to be exact – trout. Yes, I know, it’s farm raised, but still excellent trout. Did you know that 98% of the trout that you buy in the US, whether it be in a restaurant or in a grocery store or fish store is trout from Idaho? That’s a very high percentage! Tonight I think I will make a Truite au four en Papillote, Trout Baked in Foil is the direct translation but I will use parchment. Stuff the trout with some very fresh Lemon Thyme from the garden and some lemon slices, salt and pepper and a Pinot Grigio to baste. Sounds yummy!
Note: 09 July 2016 – I had a question from a reader from Georgia asking where they might buy some fresh Idaho t6rout and have it shipped to them. Here is a reply that I made to her. “Hi Nona – Thanks for the question. One source for fresh Idaho trout is http://www.clearsprings.com/consumer/products/trout/clear-cuts/. Another source may be Hagemann Ranch Trout Farm (Google it for website) and they are in Bodega Bay, CA. A lot of the restaurants in the area use them, but they do sell to individuals. I will continue to look for you. Enjoy the trout!”