Posts Tagged mangos

August in Bloom

I heard this recipe for grilled lobster on the radio on the way back from Gloucester. I plan to try that herb butter on some Florida lobsters soon, but I’ll miss the claws.  

July In Bloom

Chopping and juicing and blending and freezing all this fruit every day is a labor of love.

Grilled Mango Splits

I’ve been traveling a lot this summer, but that’s not why I haven’t posted in a while.  Let’s just say you should not enjoy the food and drinks you find on this blog while sitting in front of your laptop.  

Hula Sunset

The tequila sunrise is one beautiful cocktail.  It’s a combination of tequila, orange juice, and grenadine, which is served unmixed.  The gradation of colors in the glass resemble those of a rising sun.

Raw Mango Key Lime Tart

We wrap up mango season with big juicy Keitts.  It wasn’t an abundant year for this tree, but we still got some hefty ones, like this one weighing in just shy of 4 pounds (63.23 ounces).

Fresh Rolls with Spicy Mango Sauce

Cool salads are perfect summer fare, but they aren’t easy to eat on the go.   That’s where fresh rolls come in.  You can fill them with your favorite julienned vegetables and fruit.  Add some fresh herbs and a flavorful sauce, and you’ve got a portable handheld salad.

Tropical Quinoa Salad

This recipe was inspired by an incredible dish I tried at a mango celebration.  Tropical quinoa served as a bed for flank steak that was marinated in mangos, grilled, and served with even more grilled mangos on top.  

Chewy Mango Slices

Every mango has a purpose.  Some are called ‘dessert mangos’ because they are completely fiberless with exquisite flavor and fragrance (Glenn, Carrie, Nam Doc Mai).  Those are best eaten fresh and unadorned.  Other mangos,