Fish

Grilled Mackerel with Rhubarb, Watercress & Goat Cheese Salad

by Sean St. John
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Spring dinner parties are best for light dinners that remind you that summer is oh so close. In this salad, fresh fish with a bit of oil in it pairs just beautifully with tart rhubarb. Try it with mackerel or trout or even anchovies. Your next weekend brunch party will be a hit, promise. -Maggie

What We’re Loving: Everything Coconut

by Rachel Wilson
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My daughter was born almost nine months ago, and has now been eating solid foods for just under three months. As she and I embark on this new culinary journey together, I’ve been reading a lot (books, articles, blogs – you name it) on the many ways I can help her become an adventurous eater.

Apple Cider Steamed Mussels

by Sean St. John
Apple Cider Steamed Mussels

When I think of the northeast, I think of apples. Of nippy fall days, and a plethora of laden apple trees. Naturally, apple cider follows, and naturally, some scrumptious eats can be made with such riches. But seafood? The answer is yes. Sean shows us why! – Amy Stare at a mussel shell for long

Recipes Inspired by Phuket, Thailand

by Josephine Rozman
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Josephine makes me miss the world, miss travel, miss Paris. I’ve never been to Thailand, but I can imagine that after a tour and cooking session with Josphine, I would miss it too. -Maggie A little over a year ago, my husband, Luke and I eloped in Thailand. Our decision to privately tie the knot

Beetroot-Stained Salmon Carpaccio

by Josephine Rozman
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For years, carpaccio has remained my preference for appetizers when dining out. Whether its beef or salmon, I am a sucker for the semi-raw flesh that is so tender that it breaks away on your tongue. I wanted to do something a little more daring with my recipe for a non-traditional carpaccio, one that uses

Fresh Fish and Chips

by Josephine Rozman
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Fish and chips are traditionally beer-battered or deep-fried, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But I wondered: How about fish and chips made on a barbecue? Josephine, an Australian who knows a thing or two about grilling, took her assignment to heart, involving her husband and her sweet dog. The results are mouth-watering. I’m stacking

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