Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Great American Seafood Cook Off

Yummy! The Great American Seafood Cook Off is back and I have picked my favorite recipe. It’s Chef Mark Holley’s submission and of Texas Gulf Shrimp over hominy cakes with heirloom tomato relish drizzled with prickly pear gastrique. It sounds pretty easy too. There’s a simple recipe for each ingredient that goes into the meal. I think the only thing I would change is perhaps the pear gastrique and the black beans and that’s only because I’d want it less sweet and I’m not a huge fan of beans. However, I think it looks absolutely delicious!

Chef Mark Holley hails from Texas and is the recipient of the Best New Restaurant Award and in 2003, Chef Holley received the Best Chef of the Year award. Not only that, he’s been recognized as having one of the restaurants in America’s Top Ten Seafood Houses.

You can go in to The Great American Seafood cook off site and pick a recipe that you like as well. You can vote and even be entered into a contest to win a trip to New Orleans prize package for two. There’s some awesome recipes on there and it was hard to pick just one but I’m a huge fan of shrimp and Chef Mark Holley made sure to create a dish that sounds exquisite and delicious. I love trying out new seafood dishes and what better way to start than with shrimp?

Why not visit The Great American Seafood Cook Off website and check out the recipes for yourself? You can enter the contest or just check out the delicious food. You can try out the recipes at home using domestic seafood, which is fresh and easily obtained. Domestic seafood has superior quality and you get a freshness you're not able to get with seafood from abroad. Try domestic seafood and see if you don't taste the difference.

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