We don’t cook fish as much as we’d like. To boost the number of fish nights on menus this week, we’re sharing new seafood recipes to make at home.
This Sonoma, California restaurant, LaSalette, headed up by Chef Manuel Henrique Azevedo serves delicious Portuguese…
Get your favorite white fish, like tilapia, cook it up with simple seasonings in just a few minutes and serve it with a summer succotash bursting with flavors and colors.
Discover Greek wines of the Mediterranean that pair perfectly with fresh fish from the sea.
Get a fresh modern take on Portland, Maine’s traditional cuisine with Chef Josh Berry, his Union restaurant team and The Press Hotel.
Nothing beats the freedom of driving down any road you see and stopping wherever you want.
It’s still early in the new year. Why not eat more plant-based meals with an occasional seafood meal thrown in?
Nothing is better on a cold winter day than a steaming bowl of soup. Specifically, a hearty Greek-style fish stew, because no one does fish stews better than the Greeks, right?
This winter, make this deliciously buttery and super easy seafood spread served with crusty bread.
A comforting Italian dish, this tomato seafood stew, or Brodetto di Pesce, is a perfect winter dish soaked up with a good loaf of brea
Cozy up to this hearty potato and seafood stew. It’s creamy, flavorful and the perfect way to warm yourself to the bone this season.
A simple fish baked with a herbs and then topped with a combination of heirloom tomatoes, shallots, capers, and tangy balsamic vinegar.
Lighten things up with a refreshing seafood dish served over dark squid ink pasta for a stunning presentation.
With a few common vegetables and herbs, create a refreshing antipasto salad with octopus that is sure to entice eaters.
Once the land of over-done, cheesy seafood buffets that lined the streets one after another, Myrtle Beach is now the proud home of refined restaurants, historical cooking museums, and a thriving culinary school. Here are ten delicious bites everyone should devour in Myrtle Beach.
There’s still time to enjoy some delicious foods on the barbecue. So fire up your grill and get ready for lip-smacking Fish Tikka Bites served on Pita with some green chutney and treat your taste buds to a carnival of flavors.
Italian food leads straight to authentic, family-owned establishments — chain restaurants need not apply. In New Jersey, there are plenty of Italians opening up shop, cooking their grandmother’s specialties, and keeping guests happy. Thankfully, you can still find good Italian eats right here in South Florida — like at Josie’s Ristorante.
Within walking distance from the beach, this Roman restaurant, Red Fish, is serving up some of the best seafood dishes around.
Make summer seafood paella right on the grill with fresh vegetables and a bottle of Chilean Santa Rita wine.
Enjoy white wine marinate Chilean sea bass quickly grilled with latin spices.
There are few things more impressive than whole grilled seafood. Let’s cheers to summer with a chilled Chilean wine and grilled trout.
Go wild, break claws and enjoy a food holiday in Naples, Marco Island and Everglades City also known as the Paradise Coast, Florida.
Keep things simple this summer and head out to the grill with fresh seafood, a lemon, some seasoning, and a bottle of wine. That really is all you need for a delicious meal.
The days are longer, the nights are warmer, and there’s always an excuse to be outside. Yours is being on the grill. Think you’ve got some serious BBQ’ing skills? Here is the challenge! Whether your bronzed guests are laying out by the pool, hitting the waves, playing at the park, or you are hosting an al fresco soiree, keep them having fun in the sun all day long with these morning till sunset grilled meals!
Poke is a Hawaiian-style sashimi that is a fresh and filling dish and will knock your espadrilles off.
Loaded with spice, a juicy mango salsa and creamy avocado this seared mahi mahi dish will remind you of fish tacos only with more flavor and served over a salad.
Served in a bright, lemony beer and herb broth, these mussels are simple, but so delicious. Enjoy with a crusty bread and garlic-lemon aioli to soak up the rich liquid.
Chef John Mirabella shares his delicious recipe for Florida lionfish that not only tastes great, but also saves the ecosystem from the invasive seafood.
Part of the Florida Keys, Marathon is located right smack in the middle of the stretch of islands. Learn from a local chef the best places to fish and eat seafood.
Creamy Seafood, Mushrooms and Linguine is a quick and simple dish that you can make in a single pot. It’s simple, flavorful and sure to please.
When one is in Italy and perched upon the Adriatic Sea, take the opportunity to eat fresh seafood in an old fishing trabucco.
A seafood favorite, learn how to make paella valencia from the Big Island made with fresh lobster and Abalone.
It is not often that my taste buds are surprised in such a startling way. I am very familiar with Peruvian cuisine having been to Perú on various occasions. The food at Pisco Y Nazca brought back delicious memories of the time spent in that beautiful country.
Stockholm is home to great shopping and world-class restaurants, but when it comes to the finest ingredients to feed hungry guest, chefs head west.
Learn the ins and outs of how St. Croix stays local with good food, that’s good for you. Check out what you could taste at DINE VI restaurant week.
No time to make lunch? Don’t worry, make this delicious, easy and quick Garlic Prawn Pasta with bold chili flakes and lemon zest.
At Evert’s Boathouse in Gröndemad Per Karlsson and his brother Lars provide visitors with a chance to experience the nature and food of West Sweden.
Simple food pleasures like this Thai salad with prawns and caramelized coconut dressing is a delicious thing to look forward to and make even after a long day.
Chef Thrainn Freyr Vigfusson lets us in on the favorite dishes and ingredients of the Nordic island. From fresh to skyr, discover the best bites of Iceland.
A popular Thai street snack that is wonderfully delicious – so good that you just can’t get enough of it.
Grab some paddles and work up an appetite as you travel along Sweden’s west coast or through their beautiful lakes. Canoe to delicious eateries along the water and in nearby fishing towns after catching a glimpse of the fresh seafood swimming below.
Dig the pit, build a fire, and start capturing that magical taste of the sea with a fun, rustic clambake.
In Gothenburg and West Sweden, seafood is religion. They are proud of their fishing heritage and serious about their restaurants. Try a taste of the sea.
In its third year, Sustainable Seafood Week is calling New Yorkers to pay attention to the fish they are eating with a slew of delicious events and creations from top chefs.
CATCH NYC, a leading restaurant, has opened doors to CATCH Dubai. Successfully fusing food, service and scene, for a globally influenced seafood restaurant.
They are expensive to buy, quick to cook, and easy to mess up. Get the tips to successfully cooking scallops.
Simple salmon patties made with onion, parsley, panko and a garlic-basil aioli that tops the bun as well. Serve with pineapple for a smokey-sweet addition.
From bones to skin and all the delicious meat in between, learn just a few of the things that can be done with the fish.
Chef Frida Ronge, of vRÅ, describes the creative world of a chef in Gothenburg and West Sweden. Visit the region for a taste of her Japanese-Swedish fusion.
Scallops are simple to cooked in minutes. Cook the seafood in flavorful chorizo oil and serve them with the sausage, olives, and crusty bread or greens.
A vegetarian avocado sandwich full of goodness, with alfalfa sprouts, Japanese seaweed salad, tomatoes and sea salt for pure yum.
On the Venetian island of Corfu, Chef Alexandros Kapsokavadis creates fettuccine with saffron and a delicious duo of fresh seafood, try his recipe.
A vibrant fish stew that is made with your local seafood, coconut milk, and peppers. Serve with lime juice and rice for a gorgeous meal.
It’s time to make a steaming pot of seafood gumbo. Enjoy this hearty stew with rice and sit back and warm up.
Looking for a crowd pleaser? These prawns are grilled to perfection, then dressed with a tangy yuzu dressing and voilà!
Despite marinating the fish, this soup is easy and can be made in under an hour. Warm up with a flavorful bowl, even on a weeknight.
A honey-sweetened, ginger, garlic, miso and soy marinade creates a crisp, caramelized crust after quick roasting. A simple meal with little active time.
Recreate the Cantonese Steamed Fish at home – it’s easy, fast, healthy and so tasty. Be sure to drizzle the leftover sauce onto steamed rice.
Make this dish a staple for your next Italian meal. Once you open the seafood pouches after baking the aroma that fills the room will be unforgettable.
Celebrating Christmas in San Francisco? Have a traditional Bay Area meal of Dungeness crab, Sourdough Bread, and Caesar Salad!