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FOOD & DRINK


TABLE TALK


ANTIGUA CLOGGY’S


Based in English Harbour, Cloggy’s is one of the most popular places to eat in Antigua. Dinner in particular sees plenty of locals and tourists alike. Where else can you appreciate your island getaway? Don’t worry about dressing formal either, it’s a relatively relaxing affair, especially when it hits sunset. www.cloggys-antigua.com | $$$


ST BARTHS MAYA’S Maya’s is an institution on St. Barths, it’s been here since 1984! It’s one of our all-time favourites and has a beautiful setting overlooking the water. Dishes are made by the lovely Maya, with fresh, Caribbean-sourced ingredients that are flavourful, healthy and light. Save space for dessert, their famous chocolate cake is to die for. www.mayas-stbarth.com | $$$$


Restaurant Eddy’s Ghetto GUSTAVIA, SAINT BARTHÉLEMY


GRILLED MAHI MAHI


INGREDIENTS Mahi Mahi fillets Olive oil Kosher salt Garlic powder Onion powder


BVI TORTOLA RED ROCK RESTAURANT & BAR There’s no better people-watching spot than Red Rock: watch the boats bobbing in the marina as the yachting crowd makes its way to shore. If you’re a sailor yourself, then there’s perhaps no more convenient spot to stop for a bite. Red Rock is a family affair, run by three generations of the Penn family. www.bviredrock.com | $$$


TRY


CARIBBEAN PEPPERPOT STEW


A simple stew made with aubergine, okra, squash and potatoes slow cooked with meat. The national dish in Antigua and Barbuda


Smoked paprika Fresh ground pepper Butter Lemon Parsley


PREPARATION


• Oil the grill grates with a little bit of olive oil, then preheat your grill to medium-high heat. Place the Mahi Mahi on a baking sheet and pat dry with a paper towel. Brush all sides with the olive oil and set aside





In a small bowl, mix all the spices except the parsley, Kosher salt, and pepper together. Season the Mahi Mahi steaks on the top and sides with the seasoning. Make sure you use all the seasoning, gently rubbing it into the fish with your fingers


• After your Mahi Mahi fillets have been seasoned, it’s time to get them on the grill. Place them meat side down on the preheated grill and cook for 3 – 5 minutes per side. The fish should have nice grill marks on it. When flipping the fish, be very careful and try not to break the meat


• Allow the mahi-mahi to continue cooking with the skin side down for another 3 – 5 minutes


HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN MAHI-MAHI IS DONE? I like to put a couple of lemon halves on the grill while the fish is grilling too. One thing to note, be careful to not overcook the fish. It will be dry and lose much of its flavour. The meat should be cooked through but moist and tender. Transfer to a plate or pan and brush with a little melted butter, and allow it to rest for a few minutes. Now you are ready to serve up your fish!


ONBOARD | AUTUMN 2021 | 115


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