honestly, anything resembling food is good after 4 hours surfing. If I am trying to surf again I keep it light and beer-less, otherwise its eat until coma commences...also, call me trashy/trendy but I like tecate
it has become a common verb in our circle: tecete-me' pro favor
if its a lazy summer morning surf, I like to buy a bunch of little necks and steam em in beer on the grill for lunch. When its cold: tea, coffee with warm food for me. pork roll egg and cheese does the trick.
After a good sesh I feel like a sea predator, so fish tacos, shrimp on the barbie, or grilled mahi. Conch chowder is a great starter, topped with a spoonful of sherry. The Reef Grill in Juno Beach and The Food Shack in Jupiter do great Caribbean and Indo inspired surf grub. A nice cold one and a fattie make it special.
If you are in AC and haven't been, be sure to try out the Picalilli in AC. A truly outstanding atmosphere with some of Atlantic city's finest. Wing night on Wednesdays is the best the place has to offer, which will be a one of a kind experience.
Scrambled Eggs (2 white 1 with yolk), sauteed bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and sliced up bananas and avacado with lemon and lime juice, crushed red peppers and seasoned black pepper. Sometimes with rice. And a Corona.