You’ll savour your Bermuda fish sandwich more if you’ve caught the fish yourself. In today’s Bermuda, where smart phones are more prevalent than fishing lines, it’s easier to buy fish from your local angler than head out at dawn to reel it in yourself. But it’s not nearly as much fun. Honour your ancestors and enjoy a deep-sea fishing trip at least once this summer!
Don’t own a boat of your own? That’s okay: De Mako Charters is the 2012 Best of Bermuda Awards recipient in the category of Best Fishing Charter. Their slogan is “Staying on top of it!” and that is what they do. De Mako Charters put their all into making your day out on the open seas as fun and safe as possible. They do this by tailoring the trip to your exact needs and specifications and always being prepared and equipped for every eventuality. Call 295-0835 or 505-8626 to schedule at day out at sea! Alternatively, check them out at www.fishbermuda.com.
And when you return to land, cook up a delicious traditional Bermuda Fish Sandwich with the fish you caught!
Traditional Bermuda Fish Sandwich Recipe
Boneless fish fillets
2 Slices of raisin bread
Pinch of seasoned salt
Marinade your fish for 30 minutes if sitting on the counter or 1-2 hours if in the fridge in fresh squeezed lemon juice and chardonnay.
Grill, deep fry, broil your fish fillets. Once the fish is prepared, set it aside.
Lightly toast bread.
Plate one slice of bread and spread with tartar sauce. Put down a layer of fish and squeeze a wedge of lemon juice over the top. Cover with lettuce, tomato and onion. Top with second slice of bread and cut in half before enjoying.