How can you tell if you are a family member of a food blogger?
Answer: a photo shoot precedes Grace. Got to get a shot before digging in.
Looks pretty good, right? It wasn't. I definitely won't post the recipe for this wild Asian salmon. Awful. I did have some amazingly wonderful food on a recent trip to New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and upstate New York. No recipes but lovely photos. Perhaps you'll be inspired.
The amazing lobster roll from a road-side sandwich place in New Hampshire (can't even remember the name of the nondescript place). Best surprise of the trip.
This was my second favorite meal; the fresh local striped sea bass from Jasper White's Summer Shack in Boston.
Summer Shack was the hippest, trendiest restaurant we went to. I loved the lobster tank and the big open kitchen. And the food was terrific, which is the most important thing.
I saved my favorite meal for last. The photo doesn't begin to do justice to the sweet, fresh, grilled local scallops at Finz on the waterfront in Salem, Massachusetts. I could eat this meal every day (I loved it that much).
We had a lot of good food. These were the highlights for me. I tried to remember these meals last night as I chucked the salmon
into the garbage can.