Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Day 30 on Captiva

I went shelling early again ...just after sunrise. Not as good as yesterday. Lot of calico scallops that were still alive had washed up .....good feeding for the gulls. Of course, I managed to find some to bring in. Stayed in most of the day.....it is very cool....high of 60. Al took a short walk.

I created a blog for Tom and sent to him so he can enjoy blogging. Hope he will use. Al spent most of day reading. We went to Sanibel...looked for a lamp to fill with shells for the bathroom. Shell Fair starts here on Thursday...always a big event for Sanibel. Stopped at Jerry's and Timbers fish market.

For dinner we made Yellowtail Snapper, rice, and tossed salad with country French dressing.
Snapper Four Seasons Recipe: 4 Snapper Fillets, Lemon Pepper, 2T butter, 1/2 c Sherry(used white wine). Melt butter in saute pan at medium heat. Sprinkle lemon pepper on top of filets. Place filets, seasoned side down., in pan and cook 3-5 min. Flip fish and add sherry. Cover pan. and cook another 3-5 min. Serve with the sauce from the pan.

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