Category Archive: Fish

Baked Fish with Soy-Sesame Drizzle

Baked Fish with Soy-Sesame Drizzle

  One of my favorite fool proof ways to cook fish comes from chef and cookbook author Pam Anderson. It’s all done in the oven and you don’t even have to turn the fish. No preheating the oven either - sounds crazy but trust me when I tell you that it works and your fish will come …

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Favorite Food Finds & Gadgets

Hake Loins

New food finds have been finding their way into my shopping cart lately! Sometimes I enter the grocery store or Costco with blinders on, intent on just getting the items on my list and getting out of the store without doing a lot of damage to my bank account. That is so easy to do …

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Oven Barbecue Roasted Salmon

Oven Barbecue Roasted Salmon

Are you curious about what side dishes people choose to serve with the main entree? I know I am, so that’s why I like to show you my plate. The green beans, salad tomatoes and garlic were pan roasted for about 12-15 minutes in a 400 degree oven with garlic infused olive oil and seasoned …

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Malaysian Lime-Coconut Halibut or Swordfish

Malaysian Lime Coconut Swordfish

The recipe called for swordfish but I knew that halibut would be a good substitute. Use any firm white fish and be ready to swoon over your plate. The sauce is comprised of light coconut milk, lemon peel, fish sauce, brown sugar, lime juice, Thai chili paste, shallots, garlic and fresh cilantro. A little whirl …

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Fish & Vegetables in Foil Packets

Fish & Vegetables in foil packs Nutmeg Notebook

The frozen Kirkland Tilapia loins from Costco come individually wrapped and thaw out in about 20 minutes making them perfect for last minute dinners. Fresh asparagus and already shredded carrots from the produce department made this foil packet even easier to assemble. You can add a splash of white wine, capers, fresh dill or thin …

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