Tilapia Tempura

Contrary to popular belief, tempura didn’t originate in Japan. Tempura is a frying technique using a batter mixture consisting of flour, egg and liquid (milk, beer or water). This style of frying was introduced in Japan by Spanish and Portuguese Catholic missionaries and traders during the late 1500s, according to Portuguese online magazine Catavino. The … More Tilapia Tempura

Bread-Crusted Salmon

April is an important month for most Christians who still observe Lent which begins on Ash Wednesday and ends Easter Sunday. This event is observed mainly in the Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, and Roman Catholic Churches. Where I came from, the observance of Lent is very colorful and elaborately ritualistic. Devotees are literally crucified … More Bread-Crusted Salmon