Best Father’s Day Lunch Ever


Fish Tacos on the Front Porch

Fish Tacos on the Front Porch

Best Father’s Day lunch ever. Catch one keeper striped bass 5AM and by noon, take one fillet cut into chunks, egg, milk, then dredge in Panko and deep fry. Serve on home made tacos (also deep fried) with home made tarter sauce heavy on the chopped up dill pickle and some Mrs Renfro’s Green Salsa (Gloucester Market Basket aisle 3)

That was yesterday. For Father’s Day, heat it up and eat it again for lunch.

Serve with a decanted growler of Cape Ann Brewery Fishermans IPA.

That may sound like a lot of work but it really wasn’t. I did catch the fish but the rest was magic. I just sat on the porch in my rocking chair and this plate appeared in my lap. (I don’t even know what that corn and black bean thing is except it was also mighty tasty.)

About Paul Morrison & RD

Good Morning Gloucester reporter possessing the dangerous combination of a Press Pass and a Rubber Duck.
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6 Responses to Best Father’s Day Lunch Ever

  1. Fredrik Bodin says:

    This is enjoying Cape Ann’s environment to the fullest. What could be better? I hope to see you out there Paul!

  2. E.J. says:

    Lucky Dad! Looks like you had a great Father’s Day.

  3. What could be better? Some Happy Dumplings for appetizers. :-)

  4. Paul, glad you enjoyed our Green Salsa!

    • Wow, the actual Mrs Renfros responds. Well, I do not usually wax poetic about salsas but your green salsa is the perfect choice for fish or especially eggs and bacon anything for breakfast. Sends me right back to Cuernavaca having breakfast out on the patio.

      Market Basket here in Gloucester has your partial lineup and I will be working through the Black Bean Salsa and the Garlic Salsa this week. If they hit the spot I’ll probably dedicate a blog post just to Mrs Renfros. Now I am visiting your website and I think I have to talk MB into stocking Ghost Pepper Salsa. I love scary hot.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like a perfect father’s day lunch for one heck of a father! your blog continues to make me smile every day, joey. thank you so much for doing this. what a media treat! such a welcome change from the nyt or the glob or any other news source where all you get is gloom and doom. you rock!

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