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icelandic style broiled lobster©rhondaadkinsphotography2017

Grillaður huma {broiled lobster)

Easy, easy lobster dish!  And just in time for Valentines Day. Yes I am still exploring the culinary world of Iceland and have spent all of 10 minutes learning some Icelandic words down. I’m now a pro at ja and nei (yes and no), pronounce yow and nay.  To be fair August is a looong way […]

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Icelandic Fish Balls {Fiskibollur}

I know, snigger, snigger she said fish balls.  I don’t think I’ll ever out grow my juvenile sense of humor.  Fish balls-must be a small meal…Icelandic fish balls-must be cold… Okay so I won’t give up my day job.  Evidently having 4 boys and a husband in the family has affected my funny bone. Ball […]

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Grilled Lobster with Tequila Lime Butter

At this point in our lives my husband has everything he needs and then some, truthfully he has more than he needs.  This makes it difficult to buy him gifts.  Just when I think I’ve thought of the perfect thing, like the time I decided to get him a miter saw, he ends up buying […]

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Shrimp Ceviche ©Rhonda Adkins 2013

Chile Lime Shrimp Cocktail (Ceviche)

My roots are all seafood.  I grew up the daughter of a Navy diver turned commercial fisherman.  I was tortured as a young child and was forced to eat scallops, geoduck, crab, sea cucumbers, abalone, ling cod, octopus, and a variety of other seafood.  It depended on what my dad was diving for at the […]

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shrimp, tomatoes, Cilantro, rice, brown rice, Spanish, Dominican Republic, traditional, intermational,

Boca Chica Shrimp

I wasn’t sure if I would be able to do it with 11 hour school days, but if you love something enough you manage to find the time!  I’m referring to Secret Recipe Club,  The club where bloggers are secretly assigned another blog and cook one of their recipes and then it’s revealed on a […]

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