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How Many Tons of Tuna Salad Is That, Exactly?

This entry is part of a series, Follies 2012»

Everyone knows that sharks are a top predator in the world’s oceans. Even humans don’t fare well, mano-á-sharko. But there’s another great predator of the seas: The Bluefin Tuna. These fish live mostly in the deep water. They’re fast swimmers; they’re ideally evolved for swimming long […]

Fish 4 Friday: A Cheap, Fast Tuna Dish for the Tomato-Overloaded

This entry is part of a series, F4F 2011»

At this point in the summer, some of you may feel you’ve had too many home-growed tomatoes. How you can feel that way, I don’t know; but it’s true, right? Especially cherry tomatoes. Man, can those plants produce! No need to pay four bucks for […]

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 […]

Brain Food: Salmon and Tuna, Seafood That's Smart

This entry is part of a series, Brain Food»

Salmon and tuna are two popular fishy protein choices in America today. The omega-3 fats from these fish are well-known to promote a variety of health improvements to everything from the cardiovascular system to the skin. The brain may benefit the most, however.

Canned tuna and […]

More Magazine Goodies: Rachel's Spanish-Style Tuna Cakes (A Fish 4 Friday Special)

This entry is part of a series, F4F 2011»

Every Day with Rachel Ray is celebrating five years in print this month. They’ve recently put out a double-issue, covering the Holidays and their aftermath with Rachel’s usual perky flair.

Surprisingly, there aren’t many fish recipes in this jam-packed volume. However, Rachel did put up more […]

Fish 4 Friday: Tonno alla Calabrese

Somehow, Italian food’s gotten a bad rap in most American kitchens. I guess I can see where some of that’s come from. After all, who doesn’t like pasta with a red sauce? Or a creamy Alfredo? And lasagna, with lots of cheese and meat sauce. Okay, I’ll even give you pizza, although that’s decidedly […]

F4F, Summer Edition: Spicy Thai-Style Tuna Salad

Photo from “Cooking Up a Storm”

Ken Hom is one of the most prolific cookbook writers you never heard of (I bet). He’s been pumping out books on Chinese, Thai and other Asian cuisines for more than 25 years now, and he’s been featured on television cooking shows.

He even did “East Meets West” […]