Not entirely by choice, I’m starting to think of Christmas and the foods I associate with it. I can be a bit of a scrooge but I do love the food and all the love involved in the holidays. I think of finely marbled beef for roasting and oyster stew the night before – and lobster rolls – my mother’s, who was a great cook and even a greater hostess, answer to Christmas eve.
Speaking of marbled beef, on top of the dozens of standing rib roasts we send out each year, this year Sharon is dry aging a choice ribeye this year and it will have been aged thirty days on the 24th. Sharon will have our grand list of Holiday offerings ready next week so watch out for all the yummy choices.
I hope to go skiing this weekend, we have the snow, and I have new equipment. I hope many of you join me – it’s so important to have something outdoors you look forward to during the winter. It makes it better, somehow.
Fish arriving tomorrow:
- Alaskan Cod, flash frozen at sea
- Lemon sole
- Scottish Salmon
- Icelandic Arctic Char
- 16/20 Wild Gulf Shrimp, fresh
- 10/20 Dry Scallops
- Pemaquid oysters
See you at the Store!
The Uncommon Market
“The store worth walking to.”