43. Blueberry Tuna From Capt. Charlie's Reef Grill
Photo by Eric Barton
By definition, this dish sounds like the culinary equivalent of watching a busboy slowly drop a load of wine glasses. Let's go through the ingredients real quick: field greens, pickles, blueberry teriyaki sauce, cream sauce, and peppered tuna. Why this all works, why this all comes together, is a mystery as great as how Capt. Charlie's pulls off these kinds of dishes so
often. Somehow, the Asian-style pickles and the teriyaki in the
blueberries mate to become a perfect accoutrements to the spicy tuna.
It's a bizarre list of ingredients, and somehow, it creates a tremendous
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