What to grill for brunch

Hi Folks-

Weekends are lovely! I think if I ran the world everyone would only work four days a week, that extra day would be so sweet.

I went to a ladies brunch in Hubbard park this week at the invitation of my daughter, Chelsea. Mimosa bar, bring a brunch dish to share with the theme of grilling. I’m not usually a mimosa fan but I discovered that as well as liking rhubarb bellinis, watermelon ones don’t suck either. Very clever, just pour the juice from your container of chopped watermelon you purchased at Shaw’s. If you start to run out of juice, you crush them up a bit and have back at it.

Two most interesting and delicious take away recipes from brunch. Grilled glazed donuts. Yep, beautiful glazed donuts from Birchgrove put on a hot grill until the sugar starts to caramelize. Slightly crunchy, warm, sweet and delicious. The other was halved apricots, grilled for a moment on the side with a divot, flipped and a piece of brie tucked in where the pit was and grilled until the bottoms are browned, the apricots oozy and the brie is starting to melt. Straight up or with a round of breakfast sausage or a piece of baguette, yes please!!

The fish tomorrow:

  • Dayboat Haddock

  • Icelandic Arctic Char

  • Swordfish

  • Alaskan Cod. Frozen at sea

  • Wild Striped Bass

  • Shetland Salmon

  • Yellow tail sole, dayboat

  • Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

  • 10/20 Dry Scallops

  • 16/20 Shrimp

  • PEI Mussels

Day of the Week

Lunch Special

Soup Special

Dinner Special


Hot spice rubbed Salmon sandwich on a soft roll.

Clam Chowder

Italian meatloaf


meatball sub

Greek Lemon Chicken Soup

Shrimp Scampi


Grilled Ahi tuna steak sandwich

Lobster Bisque

Salmon Cakes with Caper mayo


Bahn Mi, Vietnamese chicken sandwich

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

Shrimp Quesadilla


Pulled pork sandwich, come early, it sells out!

Fish Chowder

Chef’s choice!

See you at the Store!

The Uncommon Market

The Market Worth Walking To




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