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fish & seafood archive

maritime fish chowder

I’m a bit of a wuss when it comes to fish and seafood. Generally, I do like fish dishes…but I become a bit more skeptical when it comes to fish stews and broths.

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eat more fish: salmon livornese

I’m not a new year’s resolutions person, but I do like a reminder now and then to do better. And one of those things to make me a better person involves eating more fish. I’m always on the look out…

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salad days: creamy cabbage slaw & a tuna sandwich

Okay, another salad recipe since summer is creeping up quick. Last weekend was hot…this past week, not so much, but I have hope. This weekend promises sunshine and warmth and I’m eager for endless months of good weather. Of course,…

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friday supper: salmon patties with dandelion greens

When we were growing up, Fridays meant fish to my Catholic parents. And usually, that meant croquettes which my mom used to eat growing up in Quebec. It involved a can of salmon, mashed potatoes and some salt and pepper…

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Be a better human: miso-braised cod with soba salad

I love miso for it’s patience. It’s one of those ingredients that can sit in the back of the fridge and just wait until you remember it’s there. It is quiet and strong all at once and I always feel…

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a hail-storm of a dinner: braised cod with chickpeas & corn

After writing about breakfast items like poached eggs and biscuits, I figured a hearty dinner recipe was more than required. I had a good one all lined up too because last week I had a little dinner party and made…

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i will survive: mediteranian tuna, cabbage, potato salad

I swear I’m not going to die of mercury poisoning by posting another tuna recipe in just a few short days…but if yer gonna go, maybe this is the way to do it. I should preface this post by mentioning…

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a case for the lowly tuna melt

Okay, now why would I post about the lowly tuna melt? Everyone probably has their own twist and probably has been making theirs the same way since forever. Me, I only started eating tuna after 10 years of being a…

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