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Buttery Grilled Snapper

Buttery Grilled Snapper

With Grilled Veggie Salad

Posted on September 09, 2014

I needed a whitefish for a lunch recipe at work. Yep. I grill, at work, on the job, feeding the people in the office. That is what I do, when I'm not typing. I have the best job. 

Okay I digress. Needed fish. Needed something different. So, pacing in front of the seafood counter in the local supermarket, I asked for a reasonably priced fish that I could get a lot of right then and there. The kind person who helped me suggested the Rockfish. Yep. Still new to the seafood world I goggled at her. What's a rockfish? It doesn't sound that great. Maybe a little hard. (ba dum) You may know it as Black Snapper. And this is how you grill it up quickly for a fantastic meal.

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Grilled Swordfish Kebabs

Grilled Swordfish Kebabs

Fresh ingredients make the difference here

Posted on September 09, 2014

I needed something to make for dinner one night. I was perusing the seafood isle at my local grocer while waiting in line for the deli attendant when I saw a gigantic swordfish steak sitting there pretty as you please. The skin was still on it, smooth and shiny, a dark green-ish-black-y-blue, and the colour was bright. It looked kinda good. The price was right too. So I snagged that lonely steak and capered home with my find. 

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Grilled Salmon Sandwiches

Grilled Salmon Sandwiches

A Toasty Take On Fish Sandwiches

Posted on August 18, 2014

My husband's granny used to pack him salmon sandwiches for lunch. Like tuna salad sandwiches, only with canned salmon. I know, not a great way to start a blog post, especially if you're like me and don't really find the sound of that appealing at all. But these Salmon Sandwiches are made with fresh salmon, seasoned lightly and grilled gently for a lovely smokey flavor. Then they're flaked with some light mayonnaise and placed onto bread that has been lovingly toasted. Doesn't that sound more appealing?

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Blood Orange Salmon

Blood Orange Salmon

Roasted On A Plank

Posted on April 24, 2014
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This was such a beautiful looking meal, I almost hated to eat it. Then I realized that I was famished and devoured it with the fervour of my chubby cat, Hubert, who insists we don’t feed him. Basically I attacked this dinner and relished every moment of the flaky, meaty, deliciousness. What have you cooked that you almost didn’t want to eat because it was so beautiful?
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Cedar Planked Salmon

Cedar Planked Salmon

with Scallop Crust

Posted on March 04, 2014
Salmon is the common name for several species and sub-species of fish, including trout. It is not fishy tasting like some aquatic animals can be, but rather hearty and meaty when cooked correctly. It has been known as "the chicken of the sea" by many for its non-fishy flavouring.
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Grilled Beef Tenderloin With Lobster Tails

Grilled Beef Tenderloin With Lobster Tails

Surf 'n' Turf

Posted on September 09, 2013

Cooking for others is fun, but when you have to work in other people's spaces it is sometimes difficult. I forgot to bring my tongs and a chef's knife with me. I had to use a little serrated blade for my cutting and prepping, and a pair of salad tongs to work the grill. But all things considered, the rain and the lack of tools, everything turned out. Just remember to bring your favourite or must have tools if you are cooking at someone else's house.

This meal was amazing. I seriously could have finished that steak in one go, but I forced myself to save some for later. And the lobster tails, like I said, were kind of beefy tasting for a fish. I don't know if that is from the basting both the lobster and the beef tenderloin with the butter, but it was good. Good enough to try again. I fear that I may have overdone the lobster a little. You have to keep a close eye on that, the last thing you need is rubbery lobster. That is almost worse than rubber duck!

What foods have you had a bad experience with and tried again, only to find that you could like them? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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Shrimp Alfredo

Shrimp Alfredo

Grilled to Perfection

Posted on March 18, 2013
Butter and heavy cream make this pasta dish absolutely creamy and rich. The shrimp and vegetables give a great little sweet tang and loads of colour to the whole thing. All in all another successful step towards eating more seafood.
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Super Simple Salmon

Super Simple Salmon

on the Grill

Posted on February 25, 2013
Sunday is a busy day in our household. There is a lot of cooking as the husband and I prepare some spectacular snackage for when the company comes ove...
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Parmesan Crusted

Parmesan Crusted

Salmon

Posted on February 19, 2013
This was a super delicious dinner. Another success in my baby steps towards eating fish on a regular basis. You will definitely want something heavier to go with this, like fresh bread or potatoes, but all in all a very great light meal.
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Holy Mackerel

Holy Mackerel

Plank Grilling

Posted on September 10, 2012
We didn’t need the hot sauce for serving, but it is good to have on hand. The mackerel was full of flavour and so flakey, it was unbelievable. Next time I am going to melt a little butter to mix with the water in the holes and see how that goes. How do you cook your favourite fish dish?
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