Archive for the ‘Seafood & Fish’ Category

Slow Cooker Soups – Seafood Chowder For the Crock Pot

April 10th, 2010 by The Online Gourmet

By Liz Alderson A slow cooker or crock pot is a great way of making meals and soups whilst you get on with other things. It is a fantastic tool in the kitchen for the busy lifestyle that many people lead these days. There is often time in the day to prepare food, but standing […]

Lime-and Honey-Glazed Salmon with Basmati and Broccolini

September 22nd, 2009 by

Recipe from Bon App├ętit

yield: Makes 4 servings

active time: 35 minutes

total time: 55 minutes
All of the components of this healthful one-dish dinner are roasted in the same skillet: The rice goes in first, then the salmon and..

Pan-Fried Flounder with Potatoes in Parsley

September 1st, 2009 by

Recipe from Epicurious

yield: Serves 4
Some dishes are best when they are as plain and simple as possible. Whole fish fried in butter and served with lemon and parsley potatoes

Whole fish fried in butter and served with lemon and parsley potatoes

Seared Ahi Tuna With Lemon Ginger Risotto

April 3rd, 2009 by admin

  This recipe is by Brian Johnson, a professional chef for many years and graduate of French Culinary School in 1988.   Ahi tuna recipes or seared ahi tuna recipe with lemon ginger risotto. This is an excellent recipe that combines Asian and Italian cuisines by pairing risotto (Italian cuisine) with an Asian inspired […]

How to Cook Grouper

March 21st, 2009 by admin

By Sarah Sandori “Grouper” refers to a number of different, but related, large fish notable for their stout bodies and big mouths. Sport fishermen love groupers. Bottom dwellers, these fish pose a particular challenge because they like to back themselves in amongst rocks and debris on the ocean floor. They will do this even after […]

For Healthy Meals, Choose Wild American Shrimp

March 18th, 2009 by admin
For Healthy Meals, Choose Wild American Shrimp

(NewsUSA) – When preparing your next health-conscious menu, consider that where you find your ingredients can be just as important as what you use. Certified Wild American shrimp, caught fresh in their own natural environment in the Atlantic and Gulf, have added appeal to health-conscious consumers who care about where their food comes from. “Wild-caught […]

About Grouper

March 16th, 2009 by admin
About Grouper

Grouper a.k.a.: Sand perch, rock cod, coney, jewfish, warsaw, red grouper, black grouper, sea bass Waters:All warm Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean salt waters. Description (in water): Only smaller specimens (5 to 15 lbs.) make it to markets, but grouper have been known to grow up to 500 hundred pounds. The color of […]

Buying Seafood & Fish

March 14th, 2009 by admin
Buying Seafood & Fish

A Guide To Buying Fish and SeafoodBy Cherie Gordon-Eales Online, your Local Fishmonger or at the Supermarket. What is the best option for buying Seafood? At the Supermarket They may have a fresh fish counter or a section in the chiller department, they will almost certainly have a freezer department. You may or may not […]