What's your favorite way of making mussels? This recipe is short, simple, and easy to make! I love it. Don't you?
Bananas aren't just for eating--wild Alaskan salmon, steamed in a banana leaf.
Skate with Roasted Hazelnuts and Cauliflower in a Warm Caper, Mustard & Golden Raisin Sauce
Grouper with Orzo and Garlic-Lemon Butter Sauce
Black Cod with sweet miso glaze on a bed of brocoli rabe and natto.
In honor of health care reform, Fried Oysters!
Steamed Mussels Provencal
Almond crusted tilapia with an orange beurre blanc and steamed asparagus.
Spaghetti with Shrimp, Pomodorini & Capers
Smoked Salmon Alio Oglio
Grilled Panamanian swordfish with sweet onion confit and blue cheese butter from The Oceanaire in Boston
What do you make out of a can of smoked oysters, a few handfuls of spinach, white wine, and a few other staples from the pantry and fridge? Oysters Pastafeller, of course!
Preserved lemon and spring vegetable risotto with mint, mascarpone, and grilled Pernod shrimp.
Just a few simple ingredients and a few minutes yields a fabulously flavored fish stew - make it tonight!
Chickpea Soup with Langoustines: a magical combination of Sea and Earth savours.
Stuffed Flower Crabs At Picturesque Halong Bay
Caramelized diver scallops from 1-Michelin Star restaurant Redd in Napa Valley
mussels - super simple - 5 ingredients 10 minutes
Spicy Squid Ink Risotto with Calamari, a hot and creamy homemade indulgence. Full recipe and video, too.
salmon pan fried with shaved fennel & mint salad
Recipe for BBQ Tikka Prawns inspired by a John Olsen painting
An Italian staple - Spaghetti alle Vongole (spaghetti with baby clams)
Seared Scallops Salad with Truffle Salt & Truffle Oil
Pan seared sea bass with watercress, radishes, and salmon roe [no recipe]
Easy Pesto Salmon -- and light and healthy to boot! Simply pop it in the oven for 20 minutes and it's done.
A dish that perfectly balances the 3 important Thai flavors - Spicy, Sweet and Tart.
Simple pan-fried barramundi
Linguine with clam sauce, with a twist!
Tempura Razor Clam Sushi...Itadakimas!
The comfort of baked pasta shells stuffed with Spanish chorizo & clams are combined with the winning combination of a seafood laden San Fransisco classic– cioppino.