A Nice Start to the New Year with a Seafood Medley in the Islands

“Low Key,” was the idea for our New Year’s Eve celebration. Just hubby, B and I – together. Our favorite place to get away from it all is on an island in the San Juan Islands here in Washington State called, “Orcas Island.”

Here life is slow.
Here life is simple.
Here, everyone is kind.

I wanted to prepare something myself for our celebratory dinner (we did not want to go out). Off we went to the local fish market and it was decided. A seafood medley prepared on our grill. Clams, oysters and salmon, with just a few ingredients.

You can find the recipe here

Hope your New Year is off to a wonderful start πŸ™‚

Orcas Island, WA State


4 responses to “A Nice Start to the New Year with a Seafood Medley in the Islands

  1. Wonderful blog – I’m loving the recipes and your art-photography!
    What is the interesting aluminum cylinder with the black lid-handle?

    • Hi Kathy, thank you sooooo much for your sweet words πŸ™‚ That aluminum cylinder is our grill! It is called “The Cobb,” grill. We love it!

  2. Wonderfully artistic blog. I am inspired from my head to my stomach. Wow.
    We stayed at the Outlook Inn. Loved it there. Did you happen to try the steamed clams? Would love to get my hands on that recipe. Yummy. Thank you for creating such a beautiful Blog A++++++

    • Debra, thank you so much for your kind comment πŸ™‚ I was happy to hear that you experienced a visit to the Outlook Inn and to answer your question, I did not have the steamed clams but it is on my list now. Maybe I can finagle the recipe from Chef Debaste. I’m still working on him for the amazing Hollondaise sauce recipe, lol. Thank you again for brightening up my day!

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