Truluck’s: Creating Culinary Adventure with Sustainable Ingredients

Truluck’s Baked Alaska Dessert. (Photo courtesy Donna Long)

By Donna Long, Travel Writer

Sometimes it can be a challenge to find a restaurant that stands out from the others creating culinary adventures with flavorful and unique menu selections produced from sustainable ingredients grown on family-owned United States farms. If you are looking for that one of a kind dining experience, look no further than Truluck’s.

Their menu is a succulent selection of fresh seafood, never-frozen Florida Stone Crabs shipped directly from their fisheries and farm-raised beef that is 100 percent antibiotic and hormone free. In addition to their succulent entree selection, they also have decadent choices for dessert – one incredible dessert that I had not seen before but was so fun I had to try it.

If you are craving fresh seafood, I would recommend the Hawaiian Ahi Tuna drizzled with Tamari wine sauce. The tuna is rolled in sesame seeds and quickly seared leaving the inside a beautiful bright pink. Tamari sauce is a Japanese form of soy sauce that is gluten-free, less salty, and has a richer flavor than common soy sauce.

To read more, pick up a copy of the July/August issue of LiveIt magazine.