Chef Randal dished up grouper cheeks in Season One of The Chef’s Table, so when he heard about the Panhandle favorite serving up Grouper throats, he had to check it out.
His explorations took him to Panama City and the historic St. Andrews district where the sunsets are incredible, the beer is ice cold and The Captain’s Table restaurant offers “grouper throats.” Locals recommended the grouper cheeks and Randal complied.
Growing up in Florida, water has never been far away and seafood runs thick in his blood, from deviled crabs and crab cakes to fried mullet and hushpuppies, but no two fish frys are ever the same. Randal plans to give his audience some of the dish on fish during Season Two on The Chef’s Table.
Season Two of The Chef’s Table begins Saturday on Gainesville’s WUFT channel 5 at 12 noon. Tune in and catch a local recipe from his travels or a Quick Tip to make life in the kitchen a little bit easier. See you there!