Ginger scented monkfish wrapped in banana leaves

I first tried this in the restaurant I worked in and it became a favorite on the menu. It is very simple and don’t be afraid to try this at home. Note that the marination makes it taste a lot … [more]

Poached fish in milk

I make no apologies for this simple recipe. This is food the way my mother made it to feed a huge, hungry family. To me, this is as comforting as it gets. It is a culinary heirloom that I hope my … [more]

Pistachio-Miso Crusted Salmon

Is one whom eats fish, and only fish, as of recently from complete vegetarianism…still a vegetarian? THAT is the question. In the process of my many recent experimentations with fish…this … [more]

Simple fish Stock

Fish stock is a simple and quick preparation that is the foundation for many great soups. It can be used fresh, stored in the refrigerator for two days, or frozen for up to six months. I like to … [more]

Fusilli Salmon

I first tasted a pretty good salmon pasta in a restaurant. It was a great idea with mediocre execution, so I went home determined to make this dish sparkle. This is a great little salmon dish that is … [more]

Lemon Sea bass

It may not be cheap and it may not by environmentally correct, but every once in a while I can’t resist cooking up some sea bass. It’s easy to make and the high price point limits my … [more]

Fish Sandwich

Last night we had Crispy pan fried red snapper and this afternoon my kids pulled the leftover fish out of the fridge and started preparing their own lunch. This recipe is for them. [more]

Herring with Apple in Sour Cream

Herring mostly and well know in Eastern and Northern parts of Europe. Delicious side dish can be pickled, fermented or eaten raw. In Poland is often being used as a chaser for a Vodka shot :) uuh ? … [more]

Chinese salmon steak

This recipe is a very fast dinner when you serve it with your favorite salad or steamed vegetables. The whole recipe takes only 10 to 15 minutes from start to finish. Serves 4 [more]

Red Miso Ginger Glazed Salmon

The Japanese ingredients add flair to this recipe. It is a natural for fresh salmon. [more]

Chloe's Fish with Eyes

I love to eat fish with eyes. My papa’s friend David told me that some people love to eat the eyes, except I don’t. But I love the fish. Here’s how we make it. [more]

Steaming fish without a steamer

If you are without a bamboo (or any other type of steamer) and you want to steam fish, don’t despair. Simply bring to the boil an inch or so of water in a large saucepan. Place a trivet (or any … [more]

Crispy pan fried red snapper

I first had this fish at a birthday dinner for my father-in-law who loves to eat good food. The chef who taught us how to prepare this dish promised that it was fast and easy to cook, and like him, … [more]

Fish stock

This is a basic fish stock, ideal for poaching fish, soups and sauces. [more]

Gefilte fish

Contemporary Polish version The genesis of the name, which in German means stuffed fish , goes back to the time when this was actually a fact. I remember from my childhood the labororious way in … [more]

Soft herring roe

My first solid food was herring roe (with pepper). What was my mother thinking? (Actually, if you want to know, check out her comment to me at the foot of my fish pie recipe.) DHA, short for … [more]

Sticky fish

Here’s a tip to help keep your fish from sticking to the grill. First clean your grill well. Once the grill is good and hot, dip a paper towel into a small bowl of canola oil and wipe across … [more]

Cooking Fish

When cooking fish over a high heat source I recommend covering the fish with thick cut lemon slices. Not only do the juices infuse down into the fish, but they help keep the moisture from escaping. [more]

Seafood to avoid- west coast of America

Here’s a list from the Monterey Bay Aquarium of farmed and wild caught fish to avoid. While not all farmed fish are bad for the environment or the consumer, some generate more waste, … [more]

Satisfying Burp Feast

The japanese miso paste is my new wonder drug for gastric problems. Rather than pop histamine antagonists to counter flatulence and gastric wall inflammation, its so much tastier to down a big hot … [more]

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