I've been trying to find a way to use gin in a marinade for fish for a while but decided to give it a go for National Seafood Month. With all the various botanicals infused in the alcohol I would assume gin, in all its various forms, would be a natural choice. However I've only... Continue Reading →
I combined home made breadcrumbs and delicious mojo sauce for a new twist on a favorite Sicilian recipe for swordfish.
For my next attempt at cooking sablefish (aka black cod) I decided to try my own take on the ever-popular miso marinade made famous by chef Nobu Matsuhisa. I've heard so much about how delicious this preparation is that I had to attempt it before I'm out of the sablefish I ordered online from Sizzlefish.com.... Continue Reading →
I finally made an online purchase of seafood. After much hemming and hawing, I decided to go with Sizzlefish.com in order to try a fish I've heard so much about: Sablefish, also known as black cod.
Wester Ross Scottish Salmon gave me a complimentary fillet of their award-winning fish to try at home.
I don't remember anyone I know cooking fish straight out of the freezer. Well, apparently you can, so I decided to give it a try.
I received some heather honey, hot-smoked Scottish salmon as a sample from the nice people at the Wester Ross Salmon. Find out what I thought in my review.
I have had good luck so far with many of the Gorton's products I've sampled, including their other haddock varieties, but what will I think of their "New England Style" haddock?
I don't know why I bother making a grocery list, I always end up with twice as much as I planned. This time around something new in the frozen seafood section caught my eye...and it was on sale for $8.99. Needless to say I ended up with a box of Fishpeople's Wild Alaskan Salmon, Topped... Continue Reading →