Archive for the ‘Seafood’ Category

This Salmon, Dungeness Crab and Shrimp with Shrimp Sauce in Parchment Paper recipe is fabulous and unlike anything you have ever eaten. It’s a bit of work, but you can put the extra packets in the freezer and pull them out at a later time. My mother made this recipe when I was growing up. […]

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Every year there is a short window for savoring Copper River salmon. The runs come in for several weeks in May and this Northwest delicacy from Alaska can be shipped anywhere in the US. So, what’s all the fuss in the Pacific Northwest about at the opening of Copper River salmon season? Could be that […]

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I’ve never quite understood the appeal of the traditional shrimp cooktail. I mean, what could be less interesting than cold boiled shrimp dipped in a lackluster mixture of ketchup and prepared horseradish. Here’s a shrimp cocktail with gumption, featuring chile-rubbed, grill-seared shrimp served over a colorful, chunky salsa of avocado and sweet corn. You can […]

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Grilled Halibut and Mango & Tomato Citrus Salsa is a healthy, quick recipe for an easy dinner. This is especially good with vine ripened tomatoes during the summer. SERVES:  4 INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 lbs fresh halibut Garlic infused olive oil or just plain olive oil DIRECTIONS The halibut can be brushed with extra virgin olive […]

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Grilled shrimp, sliced mango, hearts of palm, a bit of herb oil and cilantro lime sauce are combined for a great taste sensation. Chef Nick at Four Seasons Hualalai serves the shrimp lettuce wrap at the Beach Tree Restaurant or poolside.   INGREDIENTS 9 halves Grilled Shrimp (large) 3 Leaves Butter Lettuce 2 oz. Julienned […]

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Fresh, wild grilled salmon with citrus salsa verde on the barbecue is the perfect summer meal, especially caught by our dinner guests of honor. Of course, nothing beats any kind of seafood grilled by my friend, Fred. He is the master of the barbecue. Combine the salmon with great friends, and it’s the perfect recipe […]

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University Seafood is a fourth generation, family owned seafood and poultry business known to locals in Seattle, Washington for over 67 years. If you phone in an order from anywhere in the world, you’ll probably talk to Dale or Jeanette Erickson, or you might as easily connect with their grandson. It’s a tradition for this family […]

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      If you really want to impress your friends, serve fresh, Dungeness crab at your next party. A delicacy from the Pacific coast and particularly the Pacific Northwest, most people have never tried it. Named after a small town and the shallow bay inside the Dungeness Spit on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington […]

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  This delicious Grilled Salmon with Citrus Salsa Verde recipe is an adaptation from Giada De Laurentis on the  Food Network. Now, I consider myself something of an expert when it comes to salmon, but I must admit the fresh citrus juice of oranges and lemons, combined with fresh mint and parsley,  give this dish […]

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