Tag Archives: fish

National Bouillabaisse Day

Bouillabaisse? What the heck is that you might ask. It’s a seafood stew (or soup) that originated in France. There are many versions and no one quite agrees which is the most authentic. The stuff has been around in some … Continue reading

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Easy Seafood Gumbo

Gumbo or Jambalaya? What’s the difference? Since today is National Gumbo day (yes, yet another National day), I decided to find out. I found out there isn’t a great deal of difference. Both have rice, but jambalaya has the rice … Continue reading

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Lemon Garlic Pasta and Swordfish

I found some swordfish at the market and I love fish.  Here is a quick and easy dish you can make any night that includes this delicious fish and pasta.  Just add a side salad, maybe some garlic toast, and … Continue reading

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Spicy Salmon Poke and Deliciously Simple Ahi Poke

Poke has become popular all over the country.  But what exactly is poke?  Pronounced Po-Kay, it is a raw fish dish that originated in Hawaii.  The word poke means “to section” or “to slice”.  It is typically made with soy … Continue reading

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Baja Fish Tacos – Close to Authentic

Nothing is as good as an authentic Baja Fish Taco! 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). … Continue reading

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