In the good 'ol Summertime . . . 'simple' fish feasts to serve one & all!
Perfect for serving a "shrimp scatter" ~ or as they call it in the South,
a "shrimp boil"
present elegant salmon all dressed up in warm herb butter
For just a sprinkling of garnishes, crunchy coleslaw
sauces infused with fresh herbs, lemon & garlic
Elegant natural linen color,
depth of texture & classic hemstitching ~
a tasteful solution for fingers & lips at your
"simple Summer feast!"
Caught from the fresh Pacific ocean in Alaska, my husband Tim is not only a
great fisherman, but a great "chef!"
Try Tim's "simple" grilled Alaskan Halibut recipe:
In a large plastic bag . . .
place 4 halibut filets ~ set aside
in a small bowl whisk . . .
2 tblsp Old Bay, 2 tblsp of olive oil, 1 tblsp lemon juice,
a good size pinch of sea salt &
freshly ground black pepper
(all seasonings to 'preference')
* add seasonings to bag with fish & give a few gentle shakes to
mix & coat fish thoroughly
refrigerate for at least 1 hour & take out about 15-20minutes
before placing on grill
Grill on low for at least 10minutes
Simple fish, Simply delicious!
The welcoming green hue, the charming sunflowers &
embossed detailing on our tumblers will take you back to
the simple summer life at grandma's,
sipping a cool glass of sun-kissed country ice tea!
Try a few of our favorites this Summer . . .
"Iced Tea, Mango-style"
Pour 6 cups of boiling water over
5 tablespoon of loose Mango-infused tea leaves
*cover & steep for 4-7 minutes
Pour tea through a wire mesh strainer
Add agave nectar or simple syrup to taste
Pour tea over lots of ice
Garnish with a wedge of fresh mango
"Mint tea, Mojito-style"
Pour 4 cups of very hot water over 2 generous sprigs of mint leaves
*cover & let set for 3 to 5 minutes
Steep a pot of your favorite black tea & add a bit of the mint water
Stir 1/2 cup of rum, 1/2 cup of freshly squeezed limes
1/4 to 1/3 cup of agave nectar (or simple sugar syrup)
Pour tea evenly into ice-filled glasses
Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint & lime wedges
* if you're old school like Hemingway, substitute agave for crushed sugarcanes
~ a "lavish" tip ~
~ keep those ice teas flavored just right, freeze the tea in a few ice trays & use in place of regular ice . . . cool & refreshing without diluting flavor!
ENJOY a refreshing Summer together!
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