I'm SICK & TIRED of this winter. Enjoy snow but we've had WAY more than usual and it has become TEDIOUS... snow days, delayed school openings, SHOVELING.
Supposed to start snowing/sleeting around 5 and going well into Monday for potentially 6-8+ inches. I always "prepare"... with something different to eat and snack on. Usually, a bit of a splurge.
On trip out for "survival" food, bought some BIG shrimp ($10/lb... best price I've seen in WEEKS) & scallops. Scallops are a bit interesting. Usually either BIG sea scallops or LITTLE bay scallops. Ones I bought were labled "fresh shucked" and were a size somewhere in between sea & bay.
Like them just seared in butter and liberal amount of lemon juice.
What's a "different" way to prepare them that YOU like?