Blackened Tuna Steaks
This recipe is from James Peterson’s “Fish and Shellfish” cookbook. Remember the blackened fish fad? It’s still fun to make, as long as you’ve got a good cast-iron skillet and reliable ventilation in your kitchen!
4 6-to-8-oz. tuna steaks
1 Tbsp. fresh thyme leaves, chopped
1 Tbsp. fresh marjoram or oregano, chopped
11/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
I love tuna. I love it in all of its incarnations, from the ice cream scooped blob on a deli sandwich to the fattiest slice of sashimi to seared on the grill and dabbed with a wasabi aioli. I like the cheap canned tuna at the supermarket and the fancy Italian tuna from a glass jar. I like it raw. I like it cooked.
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Dinner Tuesday through Sunday
Brunch on Sundays
For recipes that call for corn off the cob, keep the following in mind: One ear of corn yields approximately three and half ounces of kernels, or about a half cup.
Mexican Corn on the Cob
8 ears of corn
1/2 cup mayonnaise (I use light mayo)
1 tsp. smoked paprika or 1 tsp. chipotle adobo sauce
1/2 cup good quality Parmesan cheese or cojita cheese
Wedges of lime for serving
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Breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily
La Brisa in Montauk is just that: a breeze. If you don’t like paper plates and picnic tables and wobbly stools and loud music, maybe this isn’t your cup of tea, or shot of mezcal. I found it delightful and I am an expert on Mexico, having been there . . . once.
The following is excerpted from Laura Donnelly's restaurant review in this week's Star. More ideas for meals on the go can be found in the Star's Restaurant Guide: easthamptonstar.com/restaurants.
It's Columbus Day weekend AND the Hamptons International Film Festival is on the East End so I know all of you ladies and gentlemen and black-clad cinephiles want to know where to eat. With movies being shown in 6 locations from Southampton to Montauk your dining options are plentiful.