I just returned from a trip to St. Jacobs. I hadn’t been to the Farmers’ Market in years. It was a beautiful fall day and there were hundreds of vendors, inside and out. I love the sounds, sights and smells of markets and this time of year is probably the best time to visit one. The fall harvest is in full swing but I didn’t go to buy vegetables. I live in Norfolk County, Ontario’s Garden so I can get fresh local vegetables everywhere. What I was looking for was a nice fresh tuna steak. And I was not disappointed. I couldn’t wait to get home to make Salad Niçoise.
We have spent some time in Texas in the winter. Y’all! Love it! We like the area on the Gulf of Mexico so we have access to fresh fish and seafood. When we travel for longer visits I bring a few of my favourite kitchen items. I just happened to have a well seasoned cast iron pan which is perfect for this because you need to sear it on a high temperature without the tuna sticking to the pan. This Seared Tuna with Cilantro Lime Glaze is best enjoyed rare and has an awesome sweet hot zesty sauce. Choose a nice thick fresh tuna steak with a deep red colour.