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Fish 4 Friday: Zesty, Beer-Soaked Tuna Steaks on the Grill

This entry is part of a series, F4F 2011»

Ah, summertime. (You folks up North, you gotta wait; but we’ve got summer here already. Eat your hearts out.) Picnics and ballgames. Grilling everything. Boat rides, soccer camp and backpacking. Lemonade stands. Shave ice. Blockbuster movies. Cold beer on a hot afternoon.

And did I mention […]

Fish 4 Friday: Summery Salmon Salad With a Tingle on the Tongue

This entry is part of a series, F4F 2011»

As promised, a Fish 4 Friday this week. (Yes, I might have misspoke mentioned something about doubling up this week. Well, life’s full of tough surprises.) With crab and shrimp mostly out of season by now, I’ll be talking more about plain ol’ fish than […]

Follies: A New and Exciting Way to Prepare Sushi

Just when you thought innovation in food preparation was at a standstill, along comes this interesting video:

Bubba the Sushi Ninja

In case you’re wondering, there’s nobody tossing fish at this maniac. They leap from the water at the sound of a passing motorboat. Sadly, they’re really bad eats.

Thanks for […]

Fish 4 Friday: Creole Tilapia, Easy Peasy Dinner

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Tilapia comes from an African tribe’s word for fish. Simple, eh? Tilapia are warm-water fish, with a white, almost fat-free flesh that flakes nicely when baked. According to Wikipedia, tilapia are the 5th most important fish in aquaculture, behind species like salmon, […]

Fish 4 Friday: Mediterranean Diet Halibut

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The Mediterranean Diet is all the rage with some folks. Shoot, I even claim I’m on it sometimes. Whenever I’m eating Italian, that is. Aren’t they Mediterranean? Anyway, fish has a prominent place in that diet. And since it’s time for more fish meals…

Halibut is […]

Fish 4 Friday: Arabic Seasoned Salmon for a Christian Tradition

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Arabic style food during Lent? I think it’s a nice change. Besides the fact that there are many Arabic Christians (some observing Lent), isnt the Holy Land holy to all the sons of Abraham?

As Lenten season continues, some are finding it hard to deal with. […]

Fish 4 Friday: Mackerel and Rhubarb, Saviors of Dingle

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When last we toured in Ireland, we found one of the most interesting parts to be the Dingle Peninsula. One aspect that’s noteworthy is that Dingle didn’t have a fishing industry until the Great Potato Famine, which largely depopulated Ireland in just four years. Dingle […]

Fish 4 Friday: Thai Monkfish Soup

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Ugly. That’s all you can call it. Ugly, UGly, UGLY! (And no, I never dated somebody who looked like that; it’s a rude and vicious slander. She could take her dentures out to soak.)

It’s also called a monkfish. Or an angler fish. If you look […]