Tag Archives: Fish

Recipe: Grilled Fish Packets

I’ve always found grilling fish to be a giant pain in the you-know-what. No matter how much oil I used to marinate the fish or to grease the grill grates, I always managed to leave half the fish stuck to the grill. And I know they make those fish grill pans but I don’t have […]

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Recipe: Quick & Dirty! Avocado Tuna Salad

You know that Oh-Crap-There’s-Nothing-in-the-Fridge feeling? It seems to happen to me most at lunchtime. And it can be hard to whip up a Paleo-friendly lunch with the dregs of what’s on hand. My suggestion is to make sure you have plenty of good tuna in the pantry. I feel lucky to have access to Sweet […]

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Quick Links: Sardines

The San Francisco Chronicle helps me figure out what to do with those silvery, bug-eyed suckers, here. They’re supposed to be super good for you, what with all their protein, Omega 3s, calcium, iron, and potassium. But…EWWW! If you’re into sardines, then you already know the drill and you think I’m a ridiculously squeamish twit. […]

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Recipe: Grilled Halibut w/ Herb-Caper Relish

What is with halibut prices this year? Have you noticed the premium pricetag? I couldn’t find much information about it except that the overall catch quota was reduced to allow some little fish to put on weight and that prices ended high last year, so they were starting there this year. It seems to be […]

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Recipe: Halibut with Bacon and Leeks

I was inspired by Mark Bittman’s piece in the NYTimes Magazine the weekend of April 3rd (here), in particular the recipe for whitefish with bacon and leeks. What didn’t inspire me about it was the preparation. It seemed like the whole thing could be done on the stove top in the same pan without having […]

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Quick Links: Sunday NYTimes Magazine

The NYTimes Magazine is almost always a good bet for some sort of food- and health-related news. This week: Mark Bittman provides several ways to eat your fish. You’ll have to skip a few (no cornmeal-crisped cod for you!), but you’ll hardly notice with options like Prosciutto-Wrapped Sautéed Fish and Roasted Fish with Leeks and […]

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