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Category Archives: Fish
When I lived in Southern California, my family and I spent a lot of time in Baja. We loved to go south of Ensenada to La Bufadora (the blow hole). This beautiful place is located on the Punta Banda peninsula. … Continue reading
A traditional Christmas Eve dinner in many Italian-American homes is the Feast of the Seven Fishes. It supposedly started in Southern Italy as la vigilia (the vigil) symbolizing the wait for the birth of Christ. This meal is not a … Continue reading
Salmon goes well with the sweet flavor of ginger. Let it soak up some of that goodness, then grill it – easy, quick and good for you too!
Memorial Day Weekend is here – and with that, Summer Grilling Season! Here are a few ideas to get you started…
More smoked salmon! I love tuna sandwiches, but tuna has a high risk of contaminants like mercury. So I tried it with smoked salmon instead – and here is what I got – pure deliciousness!
I have been on a quest for some lunches that are low calories, satisfying and delicious – not an easy task! I read about the great value of salmon in our diet (high in omega 3 fatty acids, high in … Continue reading
During lent, people often don’t eat meat. Some go vegetarian, others eat fish. The recipes posted this week will all be fish – in honor of lent. To start – Old fashioned fish and chips.
This dish can be prepared outside on the grill or inside on a grill pan. It is a perfect light meal on any day, served with a salad on the side- What you need:
I found some wild coho salmon on sale and had to buy it! I didn’t want to grill it – we’ve had a lot of grilled meat lately. It was too hot to bake or broil it. I’m trying … Continue reading
Tomorrow is Hobbit Day! September 22 is Bilbo and Frodo Baggins birthday. What better way to celebrate than to have a Hobbit feast! Hobbits love their food and take it very seriously. Here are some of the items Hobbits enjoy