Tag: Pescatarian

Pan Fried Mahi Mahi

Pan Fried Mahi Mahi

Apparently, August is National Catfish Month. I grew up on the delicacy caught by my Uncles in the Reservoir (people from Mississippi understand) or by the kind of Black men who you knew would always be there if you ever needed them to be. Eschewed 

Stuffed Avocado with Wasabi Tuna

Stuffed Avocado with Wasabi Tuna

Though I remain quarantined I don’t want to emerge from my bunker resembling Archie Bunker so I am sticking to my healthy eating regime. One of the reasons I blog on Collards Are The Old Kale is to demonstrate that healthy and delicious food are 

Simple Spring Scallops

Simple Spring Scallops

In the late 1980’s I worked as a flight attendant for a major airline during the start of the AIDS epidemic. In that pre-FMLA era, our company was indifferent to anyone suffering from a chronic disease so employees were asked to donate vacation time in 

Guaymas Shrimp

Guaymas Shrimp

There are a number of things people don’t know about Tucson. Esteban, the first recorded African explorer in North America came through what is now Tucson in about 1538. Esteban Park in the historical Dunbar-Springs neighborhood, named after famed poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, is the