New Trailer for The Posh Pescatarian: Appetite for Adventure is out in 4K!

Citrus Marinated Shrimp

My new promo is out and available in 4K and UHD! I took a surfing lesson in Laguna Beach this episode then made my instructors, Chris and Johnny, citrus marinated shrimp with mango salsa. It was a lot of fun and something that I look forward to doing again and again.

This demo was truly a labor of love and involved a few unexpected sacrifices, but we made it nonetheless. My show it typically taped in HD, but as the demand for 4K content continues to soar I needed to step up my game in order to compete with other projects. The risk paid off and there are several content buyers interested in the show. If all goes well, I will be brining the world new adventures and fabulous recipes in ultra HD very soon.

Keep me in your prayers and keep the feedback coming.

The Posh Pescatarian: Appetite for Adventure! New Episode

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I had so much fun this weekend taping a new episode of The Posh Pescatarian: Appetite for Adventure! We are moving full steam ahead with production and have made great progress. I am eagerly anticipating the MIPCOM conference in October, which will provide more detail on the lucky network that will land my show.

This time around I took an archery lesson in Pasadena, California and made wild smoked salmon wraps for my instructor, Coach Obaka from the Pasadena Roving Archers. I had a great crew and worked with a new stylist, Tiara Nelson (AKA:The Beauty Freek), who gave me a fresh new look. The food and location were outstanding! The smoked salmon was cured with a bit of brown sugar, which complemented the salty, succulent salmon perfectly. Check out a few production stills taken by my lovely assistant, Genna B!

Jamaican-Inspired Escovitch Fish

My fabulous Jamaician Escovitce Fish

Jamaican-Inspired Escovitch Fish

My fabulous Jamaican Escovitch Fish


Coupled with a bit of bass heavy reggae music, this island inspired recipe will make you feel as if you are soaking up the Jamaican sunshine throughout the meal! This dish is not for the faint at heart. It is spicy, tart, dense, crispy, chewy, crunchy and aromatic all at the same time. I truly love this dish, but hubby is not a fan of vinegar so I plate his serving with only a splash of the sauce. I often serve this with rice & peas and pan-fried plantains.

This dish is calorie dense due to the frying of the fish so I only serve it a few times a year. A healthier version can be made by broiling or grilling the fish, but I warn you that the flavor and basic idea behind the recipe will be lost in translation.

Big up my beautiful sisters and brothers of Jamaica who inspired this video and modified recipe. Enjoy!

Jamaican-Inspired Escoviche Fish Ingredients

Makes 2 to 3 servings

2 pounds cod fillets
1 teaspoons of sea salt, divided
1 lime, juice only
1 teaspoon black pepper
½ cup all purpose flour
2 cups of white vinegar
1 whole pickled habanero
2 cups red, yellow and green bell pepper, julienned
½ white onion, thinly sliced
1 tablespoon of whole pimento (or 1 teaspoon of all spice)
Cilantro and lime quarters for garnish
Oil for frying

Watch the video for direction on how to prepare.