I want you to check out one of the coolest corporate restaurant Web sites I’ve seen in quite some time. The chefs who create the dishes you order at Red Lobster have been writing their own chef’s blog for several months now, and it is jam-packed with useful information about cooking seafood in your own kitchen.
On the site, you can find a plethora of seafood recipes, kitchen tips and demonstrations. You can also take a peek inside the interactive Red Lobster kitchen, where they suggest which seasonings to keep on hand for seafood preparation.
I love the fact that this blog allows readers to interact directly with trained chefs. Seafood can be expensive and daunting, so advice from professionals would go a long way toward turning out a successful dish.
I also like the fact that while some Red Lobster recipes are obviously secret (like those killer cheddar-bay biscuits I always want to smuggle out in my purse), the chefs are willing to share others, such as a Sweet Maple and Dried Cherry Glaze.
Here’s that recipe: