Recipe Monday - Delicious Fish Recipe

I never have good titles for these things, but this recipe is great. RECIPE:...more

In It to Win(e) It: Post-PowerBall Packets of Fish

Lo-Cal Dinner...more

Recipe Monday - Beer Battered Flounder Bites

These are great if you're in the mood for fried food. RECIPE:...more

Seared Mahi Mahi Filet with White Wine Lemon Caper Sauce

 My inspiration for this dish occurred when I heard someone on the radio talking about a peppercorn sauce they  had made for a steak filet.  What I had in my fridge was Mahi Mahi filets.  I drove home excited to conjure up a suitable sauce for the hearty fish, as it could withstand such a heavy sauce.  Below is what I came up with, and it was tasty....more

Recipe Monday - Baked Lemon Cod

My husband is Portuguese, and as such, really likes cod in a way I'll never understand. Here's a great recipe for the thick fish!  RECIPE:...more

Cinnamon-Spiced Fish Tagine with Raisins and Capers

A few notes about this recipe: You can use any type of white fish, but I'd urge you to try something other than tilapia. Sure, tilapia is well-liked due to its low cost, wide availability, and mild taste that plays to its versatility and makes it a highly recommended first foray into seafood for non-fish eaters. But why do you think it's so cheap, so available, and so, well, lacking in flavor? Due to farming practices, of course. Tilapia are easy to mass-produce because they eat pretty much anything, which means farmers can get away with feeding them a lesser quality diet that is certainly not like what they'd eat in the wild. Unfortunately this results in a fish containing minimal amounts of omega-3 fatty acids and elevated levels of omega-6 fatty acids, which is not a very healthy combination if you're trying to eat more fish to improve heart-health....more

Recipe Baked Trout- Wednesday September 5th, 2012

Baked Trout- serves, approximately 5, 4 oz each2 garlic cloves, crushed1 tsp brown mustard1/2 tsp paprika1/2 tsp salt1/2 tsp chipotle powder1/2 tsp Italian herb mix, no salt added1 tbsp olive oil1/2 lemon, thinly sliced...more

Fish Tacos? Yes, please.


Stupid-Easy Pesto Salmon

Stupid-easy salmon.Really, that’s what this is. So easy, it’s stupid. So easy, it’s pretty much impossible to mess up.I’m not even asking you to make your own pesto here, although that is certainly an option. Even though you only need a tiny amount here, leftover pesto actually freezes really well, so you can easily store it away for another day. Or, you can opt to slather it on everything from pizza to pasta to sandwiches…create your own adventure!...more