Saturday, August 06, 2005


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Fresh yellowtail marinated or "cooked," if you will, in lime juice, cilantro, jalapenos, red onion and tomatoes. Not too many better ways to take advantage of the fresh seafood here. I would love to make ceviche more at home, but the places up there that I trust to have fresh seafood are a bit of a hike from where I live. This isn't something I would do with a tilapia filet from Publix ("They're still nice and frosty," the seafood guy once told me with pride.)


At 8:57 AM, Blogger Barbara (Biscuit Girl) said...

We love ceviche! Hubby (aka Biscuit Boy) makes one that uses coconut milk, lime juice, minced serrano pepper and some other ingredients. The taste is great with the creamy coconut milk and the pow of the peppers.

At 9:53 AM, Anonymous dsavarese said...

i have to travel for an hour and a half to buy ceviche here. how can i make it at home, is it really that simple?

At 8:30 AM, Anonymous kabonfootprint said...

i think, i like the one with coconut milk better,:-)

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At 6:09 AM, Anonymous Elizeth said...

Looking great! Hope this article will helps everyone to make it at home. Thanks for sharing these kinds of food items.

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I love ceviche because O like to eat fish, so I didn't know it was called ceviche in this region, because ceviche is a meal prepared in Central America.

At 7:01 AM, Anonymous Aaron said...

This looks so delicious. I'll try this

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