Category Archives: Seafood

Honey-Jalapeno Glazed Salmon


Spring has sprung in North Carolina and along with it temps dropping to freezing last night and predicted for tonight as well.  Isn’t this just the way it works?  Mother nature doing what she does.  None the less we are … Continue reading

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Coctel de Camarones – Mexican Shrimp Cocktail


This is without a doubt one of my absolute favorite dishes.  Until I recently made this I’ve only ordered it in restaurants.  I was first introduced to this amazing “shrimp cocktail” in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, sometime in the early 80’s. … Continue reading

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Fish Tacos


Fish Tacos are one of my favorite meals.  When my man, Dan brought home some fresh snapper fillets last weekend I seasoned them, threw them on the grill and presto!  Fresh fish tacos.  It doesn’t get better than this.  Luckily … Continue reading

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2012 – A Look Back


As the end of 2012 fast approaches I find myself reflecting back on events that took place in my life and kitchen.  The biggest event in my life would be Miss T heading off to college, leaving her parents as … Continue reading

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Trendy Favorites of the Low Country Variety


This dish traditionally was served for breakfast to shrimpers coming into shore after long weeks at sea, but it’s turned into one of Americas favorite trendy comfort foods for dinner.  Popular chefs such as Paula Deen, Bobby Flay and Martha Stewart to … Continue reading

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Dinner With The Orange Bee


Wow!  That was a blast….being guest chef at Central Market’s Dinner With The Orange Bee. Leading up to class I shared all of the tasty recipes we would make. I wanted to recap the evening, briefly.  Then I”ll be sharing … Continue reading

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Hot Honey


In three days I will be the guest chef at Central Market Cooking School.  You might already know this and if so I apologize for the repetition.  I thought it would be fun to share the recipes we will be … Continue reading

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A Bowl Of Gumbo


gum*bo noun 1.  okra, esp. the gelatinous pods used in cooking. *(in Cajun cooking) a spicy chicken or seafood soup thickened typically with okra or rice. It is tradition around the Orange Bee to make a big ole’ pot of … Continue reading

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Guess What?


We’re having soup for supper.  I changed it up a bit and made a fish chowder.  I wanted a simple, yet delicious bowl of soup.  Still yearning to fill up “Miss T” who is partial to clams, I thought about … Continue reading

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The Sun Sets On Grilled Rosemary Salmon


Around the Orange Bee we just can’t seem to escape from our leisurely evenings. Leisurely evenings and food blogging are not simultaneous.  I know from reading other food blogs that preparing the meal, photographing it and serving it before it … Continue reading

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