New recipes for the New Year


Here's a recipe for dinner and a cocktail courtesy of Chef  Chris Herring from The Bonefish Grill in Mandarin:

Misoyaki Sea Bass


o 4 TBSP Light Brown Sugar
o 2 TBSP White Miso Paste
o 1 TBSP Mirin (Sweet rice wine)
o 1 TBSP Sake (Rice wine)
o 2 each 7 oz Sea Bass Fillets
o 1 TBSP Vegetable Oil


1. Place light brown sugar, white miso paste, mirin and sake in mixing bowl.
2. Mix well with a whisk until the ingredients are fully combined.
3. Add sea bass fillets to the mixing bowl.
4. Gently massage the sauce into the fish while turning to fully coat.
5. Cover the mixing bowl and allow to marinate for 12 hours.
6. Preheat the oven to 400°F.
7. Place a medium sized, oven-safe sauté pan over medium high heat.
8. Add 1 TBSP of vegetable oil to sauté pan.
9. Remove sea bass from marinade and allow any excess marinade to drain.
10. Sear the sea bass on both sides until caramelized, about 2-3 minutes per side.
11. Finish cooking in the oven until the fish is done.
12. Transfer sea bass to the plate and drizzle any sauce from the pan over top.
13. Serve with your favorite green vegetable and rice.


Winter White Cosmo

-Your Favorite Vodka - 2 oz
-Cointreau - .25 oz
-Fresh Lime Juice/Simple Syrup Mixture - .50 oz
-White Cranberry Juice - 1.5 oz
-Cranberries (floating as garnish) - 3 to 4 cranberries

Combine ingredients over ice in shaker tin.  Shake & strain into chilled martini glass. For a festive touch garnish with 3-4 floating cranberries.