I decided to grill for some friends and family this weekend and figured I would try something a bit different. l grilled two types of fish, Swordfish and Salmon, along with two different cuts of steak. Since we always talk about the delicious steak we are eating, I am going to focus on the seafood.
Here is a picture of a decent cut of salmon marinating in an Alaskan Sugar Glaze. It is really easy to make and goes well with a variety of fish. Take brown sugar, lemon juice, and margarin. Mix and then baste. Continually baste while cooking.
The swordfish was coated in a blackened seasoning which has a little kick to it. The main ingredients are various peppers and paprika. We went spicy on the swordfish to balance out the sweetness of the sugar glaze on the salmon.
Delicious home made potatoes fried up with a home grown green bell pepper and some chopped onions. They are good addition to any grilled feast.
To go along with the delicious fish and steak I had an All Other's Pale Ale by Mikkeller. AOP ale poured a cloudy orange with a thick and citrusy head. With medium mouthfeel and a full body this Pale Ale is more bitter than the average pale ale but is still easily quaffable.
If you come across and of Mikkeller's beers give them a try, they are all very unique and flavorful.