On Monday, I shared pictures of our vacation week at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. I showed you some of the beautiful scenery and mentioned the beautiful golf courses. Today, I want to tell you about the wonderful dining experiences at Hilton Head Island. I don’t think I have ever eaten a meal there that I was dissatisfied with. There are over 200 restaurants in that area and there are so many different kinds. You have a choice of deli’s, american, asian, mexican, italian, and of course seafood. We ate at the restaurant at the Beach Club in Sea Pines for our anniversary meal. We ate outdoors with a view of the ocean. The food was prepared well and exactly the way we ordered it. I had filet mignon and it melted in my mouth and I requested that it would be prepared as medium well and it was exactly the way I requested it. Mr. D had grilled salmon with clam chowder. I had a spinach salad with a wonderful sherry dressing. We shared a dessert of peach cobbler with a strudel topping. It was a wonderful dining experience and one of many that we enjoyed during our week’s stay. Here is a picture of the Beach Club.
When we arrive at Hilton Head we look for the local magazine, Fork and Fun. It includes information about the restaurants on the island by category and shares some of the menus. I think the title Fork and Fun is so appropriate. Here is a picture of the magazine.
Today, I am sharing a recipe from the magazine entitled Salsa Camero’n. Even though, I am not a fan of shrimp I thought this looked simple and would be very tasty.
Many times during the week, I would think of my blog and experiences I wanted to share with you. I will share another experience on Friday and I wish you could have gone with me and felt the wonderful sea breeze on your face and the sand between your toes. Thanks for stopping by.