Category Archives: fish

Poached Smoked Black Cod with Fruit Salsa

This one is from the wayback machine. I don’t even know if you can get smoked cod any more. 350F serves 2 1# smoked black cod 2 roma tomatoes, diced 1/2 red onion, diced 1 red pepper, diced 1/4 c … Continue reading

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Grilled Copper River Salmon w/Hazelnut Butter

I don’t like doing much to salmon, but the unctuousness of the hazelnuts is soooo heavenly with the salmon. Feel free to use any salmon you want. this much serves 4 2 oz. hazelnuts, toasted 1/2 c butter, softened chopped … Continue reading

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Chilled Poached Salmon with Red Pepper Puree

A good use of leftover salmon, like there is such a thing. Sometimes I do this if there’s some that’s been in the freezer for a time.   Pour 1qt fish broth or stock, or half white wine and half … Continue reading

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MARINATED MUSSELS

This comes from the excellent list of mussel recipes over at penncoveshellfish.com. Nice unexpected choice for a potluck. This is a favorite recipe for either our Penn Cove Mussels or our Mediterranean Mussels that is very simple to prepare and … Continue reading

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Seared Tuna with Brandy and Shallot Reduction

I got this one from Epicurious, they got it from Jay Wetzel. I think it would be interesting to make with halibut or salmon. yield: Serves 2, can be doubled In this simple but irresistible recipe from Aqua in San … Continue reading

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Kaspar’s Curried Mussels

  One of about a half-dozen recipes I use for mussels. They are abundant and inexpensive here. 1 cup dry white wine 1 cup heavy cream 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 tablespoon minced shallot 1 stalk fresh lemongrass* (lower 6 … Continue reading

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Baked Halibut Soup

Also known as “Low Tide” ™ Jerry Crangi, or “$100 soup, because that’s about what it costs to make a batch. It’s incredibly good though, and sometimes trimmings can be found for some of the fishes. Feel free to vary … Continue reading

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