A horde of your fellow waterbloggers has come to your home waters to join you sailing, paddling, or doing whatever other sort of water recreation you do. It’s the end of the day, and they are now all tired and hungry. What do you serve for dinner?
Here’s my menu.
Monkfish ceviche (fish and head of lettuce for the garnish purchased at the Cortelyou Road Greenmarket):
Accompanied by a tomato and fresh basil salad (tomatoes and basil from the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket):
The ceviche recipe is here. It called for striped bass, which works nicely, but I substituted monkfish. I’ve also used hake and flounder.
The tomato salad recipe comes from the greenmarket. It’s very simple: 2 large, ripe tomatoes; 8 medium basil leaves, torn in half; some balsamic vinegar; some olive oil; salt and fresh ground black pepper.