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Green Beans Amandine

Green Beans Amandine

Green Beans Amandine

This simple but elegant dish is one the is a consistent crowd pleaser. Might have to do with the fact it’s drenched in butter and topped with crunchy toasted almonds. You can almost be certain to please the first mate with this tasty side dish.

Ingredients:

4 Tbsp. butter
1 Tbsp. oil
1 cup sliced almonds
16 oz. green beans, trimmed
2 Tbsp. lemon juice
¼ tsp. each salt and pepper

Directions:

Melt butter and oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Add almonds and stir for two minutes until golden. Add beans and toss to combine. Cover and heat for an additional 3-4 minutes until beans are cooked. Remove from heat, add lemon juice, salt and pepper, and toss.

By Lori Ross, Southern Boating November 2018

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Relish and Liptaur Cheese Tray

Liptaur Cheese tray

Relish and Liptaur Cheese Tray

Cruising during Thanksgiving? You certainly don’t have to miss out on the feast! If you happen to be with a few more people than usual, you can whip up a meal that all will be grateful for. Like this liptaur cheese tray.

Try out our simple crowd-pleasing Relish and Liptaur Cheese Tray if you’re on the water this year. The flavors are reminiscent of antipasti.

Ingredients:

8 oz. cream cheese
4 Tbsp. butter
½ cup onion, minced
1 Tbsp. capers, drained
1½ Tbsp. paprika
1 tsp. mustard
1 tsp. anchovy paste
2 tsp. caraway seeds
Crackers, pickles, celery and carrot sticks

Directions:

Place first eight ingredients in a bowl and blend well. Transfer the mixture to a serving bowl and refrigerate. Serve with crackers and vegetables.

By Lori Ross, Southern Boating November 2018

More Thanksgiving Recipes:

Corn Pudding

Green Beans Amandine

Cranberry Vanilla Cake

Cranberry Spritz

Grilled Prosciutto-Wrapped Turkey Breast

Corn Pudding

corn pudding

Corn Pudding

Cruising during Thanksgiving? You certainly don’t have to miss out on the feast! If you happen to be with a few more people, you can whip up a meal that all will be grateful for.

Why settle for one dessert or sidedish when you can serve two? This decadent corn pudding can double as a savory side dish or a unique dessert. Either way, your guests are in luck!

Ingredients:

1 large egg
½ cup milk
½ cup heavy cream
1 Tbsp. sugar
3 cups corn kernels
Pinch each of chives and nutmeg
¼ tsp. each salt and pepper
½ cup crumbled butter crackers (Ritz, Club)
2 Tbsp. butter, melted

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 6- to 8-cup casserole dish with butter. Beat the egg, milk, cream, and sugar until just blended. Stir in the corn, chives, nutmeg, salt, and pepper. Toss cracker crumbs with melted butter, then stir half of the crumbs in the corn mixture. Pour the corn mixture into the casserole and sprinkle remaining crumbs over the top. Bake the pudding uncovered until light golden brown and slightly firm to the touch, 45-50 minutes.

By Lori Ross, Southern Boating November 2018

More Thanksgiving Recipes:

Relish and Liptaur Cheese Tray

Green Beans Amandine

Cranberry Vanilla Cake

Cranberry Spritz

Grilled Prosciutto-Wrapped Turkey Breast

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White Marlin Open

White Marlin Open
Thanks to Dominic Sherony for this image.

Record Payout for White Marlin Open

The 45th Annual White Marlin Open in Ocean City, Maryland, set world records for the largest payout ever awarded for catching a billfish ($2,584,260) and for the largest purse paid in any fishing tournament ($5,461,560).

Pascual Jimenez from Puerto Aventuras, Mexico, reeled in an 83-pound white marlin from the Norfolk Canyon area on the last day of the tournament to claim the top prize. “I was so nervous. I kept saying, ‘C’mon, give me it, give me it.’ When it came up, we didn’t know it was a keeper,” says Jimenez, and adds that once it got close to the boat and starting jumping, they realized it was a strong contender. Jimenez caught the winner aboard Weldor’s Ark out of Morehead City, North Carolina, one of over 350 boats fishing on the final day. Gregory Giron of Virginia Beach caught the same size fish the day before but lost a tiebreaker because a gaff was used to bring the fish aboard. The difference between using a gaff and not using one was $2,454,476, a costly decision.

By far, the largest fish caught during the tournament was an 881-pound blue marlin caught by Joe Rahman from Wanaque, New Jersey. Rahman landed the huge fish on the first day aboard Auspicious out of Palm Beach, Florida. The Tuna Division edged closer to anointing its first million-dollar tuna as Gary Sansburry from Hobe Sound, Florida, won $904,851 for reeling in a 75.5-pound yellowfin while fishing on Buckshot out of Ocean City.

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By Chris Knauss, Southern Boating November 2018

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