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Why Former "Trash Fish" Are The New Stars Of Seafood

Chefs are encouraging diners to try new species
Mar 24, 2015 12:00 pm

Americans are pretty predictable when it comes to ordering fish for dinner. We like our salmon, tuna and tilapia just fine, thank you. But beyond those oh-so-common varieties, the average Joe tends to get a little skittish. Lately, though, there’s been a concerted effort among the nation’s best chefs to help make regular people comfortable with eating all kinds of aquatic life.

Halibut Pockets With Spiced Olive Tapenade Recipe

Serve with buckwheat kasha for a healthy dinner
Mar 5, 2015 3:30 pm
Photo: Ed Anderson

When it comes to the very best of kosher food and wine, look no further than renowned winemaker and cookbook author Jeff Morgan. Morgan's new book, The Covenant Kitchen, features recipes he's collected on his travels to Italy, Provence, North Africa, Asia, California and Israel. This is definitely the book in which you'll find your new favorite fish recipe.

Mackerel Salad With Horseradish Crème Fraîche Recipe

Smoky fish and tart apples in a flavor-packed salad
Feb 25, 2015 3:00 pm

We're working our way through British chef and "lightening-up" empress Lorraine Pascale's new book, Everyday Easy. Just because it's light and simple doesn't mean it can't be flavor-packed and beautiful. This light but filling smoked-fish salad has a little bit of everything you want. 

Go To Norway For The Skrei!

Now in season, it's the best cod in the world
Feb 13, 2015 3:30 pm

Everyone knows tomatoes are in season in the summer and citrus in the winter, but what about fish? Known as skrei in Norway, the seasonal cod migrating to spawn in the Northern central coastal waters are exceptionally muscular from the long journey from the Barents Sea. Skrei is a 100 percent sustainable food source, in addition to being healthy and delicious, and it's heading to a fish market near you. Did we mention it's really, really good? 

10 Seafood Recipes in 30 Minutes Or Less

Get that fresh catch on the dinner table, fast
Feb 5, 2015 1:00 pm

Tonight, the name of the game is fish on the dinner table in 30 minutes or less. All rright, a couple of recipes go over by a few minutes, but that accounts for variables like quick marinating, side preparation and those who chop slowly. Hey, take your time, just don't hold us to the 30-minute thing. Some aren't even cooked at all, which helps. Pasta craving? Ceviche fiend? We've got a recipe for that. 

Imaginary Menu: Artist Joseph Warren Welcomes You To The Pier Review

A fictional science-inspired seafood restaurant
Feb 5, 2015 12:00 pm

Welcome to The Imaginary Menu, a series where we ask prominent artists and illustrators to dream up a fantasy restaurant, then devise a menu for it. Next up is Joseph Warren, a Philadelphia-based, Massachusetts-raised painter who is inspired by fishing culture. Here, he dreams up a seafood joint with a science journal-themed menu called The Pier Review. 

Jewish Soul Food: Crispy Fish Cakes With Pine Nuts Recipe

Squeeze a lemon wedge over these crunchy bites
Feb 4, 2015 1:00 pm
crispy fish cakes recipe

We're digging into Israeli editor and cookbook author's latest work, Jewish Soul Food. A wide-reaching cuisine with influence from around the world, Jewish food should be a part of every home cook's repertoire. These addictive crispy fish cakes are certainly no exception. 

Black Bass With Oranges And Ancho Chile Oil Recipe

Angelo Sosa spins a sweet and spicy Latin fish dish
Jan 13, 2015 4:00 pm

Radio/television personality Angie Martinez and chef/television personality Angelo Sosa might seem like an unlikely pair to team-up for a cookbook. But paging through their new book, Healthy Latin Eating, it’s clear that this is no forced vanity project. Make this sweet, smoky orange and ancho chili bass for dinner tonight and you'll agree. 

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