If you read my blog post on Monday, you know that I visited Beaufort, North Carolina last weekend. I shared how charming, peaceful and beautiful the city is. Yesterday I realized I have a cookbook from Beaufort that was compiled by the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Women. I do not remember seeing that church but I like the cookbook. I am sharing a couple of seafood recipes with you and then a recipe for a peach or nectarine tart.
I see so many southern recipes for fried oysters or oyster stew. I think the scalloped oysters is a great way to prepare them a little differently. As far as the fried Menhaden roe is concerned, I can only say that it lives up to the Southern tradition of frying everything.
It is definitely peach season here in the Carolinas and I think the peach or nectarine tart would be a great choice for any occasion.
I regret that I did not see St. Paul’s Episcopal Church while I was in Beaufort. We did take a picture of the church below while we were walking through the historic district. I just wanted to share one more scene from lovely Beaufort, North Carolina
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