If we weren't already thinking about cooking seafood on a lazy summer evening, we are now after browsing this week's food sections. We've got recipes that will take you to Louisiana and the Eastern Shore, and as far away as Cambodia and the Brittany region of France, all from the comfort of your home kitchen.
- The Sun Sentinel escapes to Southeast Asia with Cambodian-Style Amok Fish (pictured). Step-by-step photo instructions are included.
- The St. Louis Post-Dispatch talks to a lawyer who is also an expert on Creole and Cajun cooking. He shares a recipe for Shrimp-And-Andouille-Stuffed Chiles With Salsa Criolla.
- The Washington Post whips up a no-cook Eastern Shore Crab Roll.
- The San Francisco Chronicle shares a recipe for Saumon a l'Oiselle (Salmon With Sorrel & Shallots) inspired by a place known as "Terror Island" in the Brittany region of France.
- The Los Angeles TImes focuses on slaws that go beyond cabbage, instead using daikon, zucchini, and curried cantaloupe.
- The Boston Globe profiles a family that has made their permanent home on a boat, which meant seriously downsizing their kitchen. The garlic press and food processor are long gone. But they still make memorable meals, like Chicken Galileo with fresh mozzarella, sun-dried tomatoes and basil.
(Image: Michael Laughlin, Sun Sentinel)