Fish Dinner

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I love to eat fresh fish but I’m afraid it’s a less welcome dinner choice (than meat) for the guys in my life. Every time I make it I try to gussy it up a bit, so someone says, “that’s actually tastes really, really good!” I buy fish when it’s fresh, affordable and reasonably close to the… View Article
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Fish Chowder

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Some things are so easy to make yet can seem as though they should be hard. Old school chowder is one of those dishes. Many fish markets sell “chowder fish” at a ridiculously reasonable price which is usually the leftover bits and ends of mild white fish that have been cut off from the bigger… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: Love Thy Pans

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TODAY on MHTV @ 11:30 am ET: Knowing which pans to use and when to use them is an important skill for any cook. I’m cooking up red snapper with citrus-herb relish in a nonstick pan, using cast-iron to make a one-pan pork chop meal, and finally a hearty recipe for chicken cacciatore. More from… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: Weeknight Seafood Feast

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TODAY on MHTV: Fish is a fast, flavorful meal and these three recipes are no exception. Bubbly, golden broiled oysters are sprinkled with herbs and Parmesan cheese for a dish that’s ready in just few minutes. For a meal that lets the oven do all the work, packets of shrimp and white beans are the… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: Pans 101

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TODAY on MHTV: You don’t need every type of pan under the sun to make great food, but you do need a couple basics. My friend Erika is here and I’m showing her how to make the most of her kitchen pans. A braising pan, or deep skillet, is great for something like chicken cacciatore… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: Japanese Restaurant Menu

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TODAY on MHTV: Why go out when you can stay in? My rendition of a few Japanese restaurant classics will make you happy you stayed put. Steamed edamame (protein-packed soy beans) sprinkled with sesame-sea salt are not only a super addictive app, they’re healthy too. Seared Arctic Char with a sesame-soy glaze is simple to… View Article

Recipe’s from Today’s Show: Italian Favorites

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TODAY on MHTV: Growing up in an Italian family, all of my go-to comfort foods are—you guessed it—Italian. My favorite pasta dish is linguine with clams; fresh littlenecks or cockles tossed in pasta and drizzled with chili-infused olive oil. Bruschetta Pomodoro is a flavorful appetizer of crunchy garlic bread topped with fresh tomatoes and basil;… View Article

SUMMER SEAFOOD

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[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”SummerSeafood710″] I eat fish when it’s fresh, local and of a sustainable variety meaning that that particular species isn’t in any known, imminent danger of depleted stock. Check the Monterey Bay Seafood watch for what is going in in your part of the country (USA). I’ve been really lucky lately to be in… View Article
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A Little More on Fish

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I ate this dish recently at a restaurant and the flavors were so well drawn. Soba noodles tossed in a mild but delicious Asian flavors, cilantro-mint pesto, seared wild Alaskan King Salmon, topped with a lightly savory-sweet, mildly pickled red cabbage slaw. At first I thought there might be too many elements (enough anyway that… View Article
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The Fish Heart of The First Caught Fish

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This is from my first born sons (a NYC boys) first caught fish. Tradition has it that if you don’t eat the heart of the first fish species you catch then you’ll never catch from this species again. Ok with you people?
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