Quick, easy, healthful, spectacular in terms of taste, and exactly what you need these last couple of Fridays before Easter.
An impressive impromptu dinner that’s done in less than 30 minutes and a cinch to clean up. You’re welcome.
Salmon baked in a salt crust steams beautifully and is infused with all the rich flavors from the bones. Plus, cracking the crust is mighty impressive.
David surprises himself and all of us by trying something that’s actually healthful—quinoa. His response surprised us all even more.
Sometimes you want a lovely little pot of seafood all to yourself. This clever little take on a French classic, which takes no more than 30 minutes, is for those times.
Say the word “bayou,” and we conjure romantic notions of swampy marshlands, banjo playing, and, natch, the best Cajun fried shrimp.
Known as moqueca in Portuguese, this fish stew is rich with peppers, onions, garlic, and a tomato-coconut broth–and, natch, fish.
Some would say paleo power. We say cauliflower power. Witness the caped carb crusader as an uber creamy mash and a raw salad.
Imagine, if you can, a technique that imbues salmon with a touch of smoke and ensures your pricey catch doesn’t stick to the grate. You’re welcome.
This crowd-pleasing spiced shrimp is served hot, hot, hot alongside a dip that’s sigh-inducingly cold.
Make no mistake, there are umpteen approaches to frying catfish. None is necessarily right or wrong. But this one is superlative.
Three ingredients. One pot. And less than 15 minutes from stovetop to table—barely enough time to uncork a bottle of wine or crack open a beer. Somehow, we think you’ll manage.
Easy yet elegant, this simple pasta dish calls for any long, narrow, flat pasta, garlic, olive oil, seafood, and parsley. Dinner is done.
Stunning in its simplicity, this whole roast salmon makes for a pretty–and pretty impressive–presentation, to say nothing of its super suppleness.
We have precious few absolutes, yet we always, always keep things simple with sea scallops. Why shroud that supple sweetness?
When you crave lasagna and a change from the ordinary, this make-ahead pesto and seafood lasagna is what you want.
Drama. Intrigue. Aroma. Ease. These, too, can be part of your weeknight routine with this simple, surprising tactic to cooking fish.
A toasted bun cradling sweet-as-can-be lobster swaddled in mayo. Just like what you’ll find along the winding highways and byways of coastal Maine.
Seafood gumbo loaded with shrimp, such as this classic Cajun recipe, screams for a cold beer and a lazy weekend afternoon dedicated to nothing but cooking.
A superlatively sumptuous, stupendously simple side of salmon. No swimming upstream with this easy peasy yet impressive recipe.
This five-ingredient fix, a restaurant classic as well as a simple weeknight supper, will have you practicing your acceptance speech.
This is not the insipid, gloppy, cloying sauce you had on last night’s Chinese takeout. This is, quite simply, sweet and sour and lovely.
Cook couscous. Press the seasoned little roly polies onto salmon fillets. Sauté until crisp yet tender. Sizzle spring veggies in butter. Accept accolades.
We believe in feeding kids real foods. But when you think about it, how much more real does it get than fish and bread crumbs?
The elusive lilt of lemongrass. The sour, puckery smack of tamarind. The warm-your-belly pervasiveness of galangal. The unmistakable funk of fish sauce. All in this exquisitely authentic Thai soup.
A tuna melt is a tuna melt is a tuna melt, right? Uh, not exactly. This is a welcome departure from what we choked down as children.
So what if salmon isn’t from Italy? Cookbook author Giuliano Hazan is, and he says to go right ahead and toss chunks of the rich fish with pasta, tomatoes, and cream.
Super simple yet super stunning, this fancy-pants, pan-seared, soy-glazed sea bass with cucumber salsa will rock your world.
A simple seared fish fillet with a tart citrus lilt, this recipe comes together with ease even on the craziest of weeknights.
Okay, so this fish taco isn’t exaaaaaactly like what we’ve experienced in Baja. But it’s close. Close enough. Maybe even better.
For this Sicilian dish, mahi mahi is stewed with tomatoes, onions, olives, and seasoned with briny capers. The mahi mahi becomes infused with tomato flavor.
Craving a burger (always?!) but also sorta wanting some measure of healthiness? Here’s our solution. Craving satisfied. No resolutions broken.
Why make banh mi at home? Uh, why not? Besides, you’ll never find this swanky salmon rendition anywhere else.
Made with both almonds and brown butter, this little number from Dorie Greenspan is the love child of sole amandine and sole meunière.
An authentic rendering of fish tacos, So Cal-style, this recipe grills red snapper to perfection, stuffs it in soft corn tortillas, and blings it up with cilantro and and a squeeze of lime.
Super-size-me shrimp stud this creamylicious risotto which takes its astoundingly complex taste from simple shrimp shells.
A tumult of sensations, this cool, creamy, simple salad juxtaposes tastes and textures to fancy schmancy effect.
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