Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans? If you do, make these oysters, crack open a beer, and you’re almost there. Note: You won’t need all of the compound butter for this recipe. Use leftovers to top grilled fish, toss with pasta or to cook eggs.
You need Onion Butter in your repertoire--period. And put your fear of flipping aside: the skin and scales of the drum fillets (you can also use snapper or wild bass) serve as a handy cooking vessel for tender, buttery fish.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that smash burgers and decadent, over-the-top, Scooby Doo-sized sandwiches are all over Instagram. While your trainer urged us to avoid anything seven patties high, The Belt Buster is our idea of a marvelously meaty (but manageable to wrangle) sandwich. An entire short rib on a bun? What’s not to love?
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