Oven Baked Scallops for the 4th Friday of Lent

As luck would have it, today is National Baked Scallops Day. It’s that day set aside to celebrate all things Scallop. Scallops can be found in all the world’s oceans. They are among the most popular shellfish on the planet; highly prized as a food source. Their preparation vary from place to place.

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Look to Italy on Lenten Fridays

Today is the 5th Friday of Lent. Normally, during this time of the year Catholics world-wide refrain from eating meat on Fridays. This year, for some Catholics in the United States, things are different.

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The Way of Oven-Baked Scallops in Shells

One of Hubby’s favorite things from the sea has to be Scallops. They are almost like round, sweetly mild white fish, just not flaky like a perfectly cooked piece of fish would be. Scallops lend themselves beautifully to an array of flavor enhancements.

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Pan Seared Scallops With Sesame Sauce

Today is the second Friday of Lent. The Lenten Season is a time for reflection, to take stock in ourselves and be honest about a few short-comings.

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Tarragon Scallops on Asparagus Spears

Aren’t these Sea Scallops beautiful? Perfect for a special Lenten Friday night supper. As many of you know, we’re an old-school Catholic household. Although not always successful, we do our best to stay away from meaty meals on all Fridays throughout the year.

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