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Category: Seafood

Cantonese Salt and Pepper Shrimp

Cantonese Salt and Pepper Shrimp

Recipe for Cantonese salt and pepper shrimp.

Shrimp Burgers with Avocado Aioli

Shrimp Burgers with Avocado Aioli

Shrimp burgers topped with avocado aioli, served on a toasted bun.

Homemade Poke Bowl

Homemade Poke Bowl

Homemade poke bowls are fairly easy to assemble. See how I said assemble and not cook? There’s no cooking involved! The most difficult thing about this would probably be driving to the store to find sushi grade tuna and the other components of the bowl. […]

Pan Seared Tuna steak with Soy Glaze

Pan Seared Tuna steak with Soy Glaze

My husband’s eyes are always bigger than his stomach, and that is an impressive feat, especially nearing a decade of his healthy appetite and my endless cooking. Wait…was that a fat joke I just made? I kid I kid. So when we went on our […]

Lemon Dill Butter Salmon

Lemon Dill Butter Salmon

Costco had a great sale on wild caught salmon, which they hardly offer unless there’s a holiday coming up, such as Father’s day. Wild caught salmon has a light, subtle flavor because it is not as fatty as farm raised salmon. Farm raised salmon is […]

Coconut Shrimp (improved recipe)

Coconut Shrimp (improved recipe)

Along with all my new recipes, I am also revising and improving existing recipes for your enjoyment. These are recipes I’ve tweaked over the past few years so I know what works and what doesn’t. Some of these recipes might not have that many tweaks, […]

Grilled Salmon with Brown Sugar and Soy Sauce

Grilled Salmon with Brown Sugar and Soy Sauce

We found this tremendous deal at the supermarket this weekend, 2.7 lbs. of salmon for only $5.00. Curiously the label had it at a mere 0.7 lbs., but who am I to question it? I’m just a customer. A very hungry customer who loves fresh, […]

Pasta with Clam Sauce

Pasta with Clam Sauce

I wanted to make a pasta without tomato sauce for once, but with fresh tomatoes instead. I also wanted to try putting some fresh herbs in the sauce from our garden (yes, after 31 years I finally have a garden). I used rosemary, thyme and […]