New England Style Baked Cod

My husband and I are this close to reaching and understanding, at least about our dinners, ha!  He used to want me to make all these complicated dinners that he saw on tv years ago or that his grandma used to make. 

Pacific Coast Chowder

The chowder enjoyed in the Pacific Northwest is similar to New England’s famouns chowder since they are both cream based.  Milk and half and half are also used if you prefer a thinner broth.  The thinner broth is preferred on the West Coast.  This chowder is often made with razor clams, which are only found…

Roasted Salmon with Mustard-Herb Sauce

  Salmon is a very healthy fish so it should be eaten often.  I know a lot of people say they do not like salmon because it is too “fishy.”  I find that odd because that is exactly why I do like it, because it is not “fishy.”  Perhaps they are not getting it fresh? …

Cajun Fish

To make this recipe you can use any variety of white fish that you like.  The original recipe this is based on called for a whole red snapper.  I used cod fillet, but as I’ve said, any white fish would do.  You could use halibut, bass, tilapia, or mahi mahi, among others.  This recipe is…

Baked Tilapia with Roasted Vegetables

This is a recipe that I created for a Reynolds Wrap recipe contest for “Ready, Set, Cook!” on fooddotcom.  The only stipulation was that, naturally, Reynolds Wrap had to be used, as well as at least 4 ingredients chosen by the sponsor. 

Simple Fish Tacos

I love Mark Bittman’s “minimalistic” view to food and recipes. I saw a slide-show in Mens Health magazine for gourmet sandwiches for guys. I may not be a guy, but I suppose I am not averse to eating like one.

Grilled Fish with Macadamia Nut Butter

We are right in the middle of the famous Zaar World Tour and I volunteered to do a cooking challenge involving making something that was gluten-free on the barbie.  Yes, we are virtually visiting Australia/New Zealand!  I sort of cheated and used a recipe from the cookbook that was already tagged as gluten-free, but hey,…

Cod with Creamy Pea Puree

I live on Long Island so you’d think it would be easy to obtain fresh seafood. Not so!  At least I haven’t been able to locate the mythical fresh seafood store yet. Last time I bought cod it seemed okay, but by the time I re-heated it at work – wee lets just say –…

Meen Molee

This dish is popular throughout India.  It may have it’s origins in Portuguese cuisine.  This is just one more way to serve fish that does not taste “fishy.”