Seafood

Earl Grey & Gin Cured Salmon Appetizer Toasts

by Sean St. John
Earl Grey & Gin Cured Salmon Appetizer Toasts Recipe

I first found smoked fish when living in Manhattan; every Jewish-style deli worth its weight offered a great option. Smoked mussels were popular at my Maine wedding. And now, I generally only eat smoked salmon during layovers at London’s Heathrow Airport when I treat myself to a little fish and a lot of wine during

Grilled Oysters with Herb Butter

by Matthew Petrelis
Grilled Oysters with Herb Butter

It’s summer and like I said in this post for Beef, Stout & Oyster Pie last week, I am oyster-crazy right now. Once grilled, small oysters take on an sweeter, concentrated note. And topped with herb butter, well, it’s basically game over. Thanks to Matthew’s recipe, you know where I’ll be next weekend: huddled by

Beef, Stout and Oyster Pie

by Sean St. John
Beef, Stout and Oyster Pie

Now that it’s finally summer, we’re eating raw oysters like mad. With a beer or a glass of cold wine, they’re supreme. We asked Sean to share a unique way to use that ocean-like flavor, and he has spared no expense in sharing an old English recipe. I want to make a dozen of these

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

Salt Water Farm Cafe

by Shelby Larsson
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Ever since I moved up to the (literally) greener pastures of the northeast (from Texas), I have longed to visit Maine. Everything I hear sounds positively magical: rocky beaches, farmer’s markets, and the ever-present salty breeze. Shelby’s adventures have transformed my little wish into a raging desire, and now I know where I’ll be eating

Summer In Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY

by Chloé Mathieu Phillips & Dennis Phillips
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Don’t even get me started on my love for Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Chloe and Dennis lured me there four years ago, promising it would change my life. They were right – it’s the only place I stay when I visit New York City. Chloe shares the details on this gem of a Brooklyn neighborhood that’s just

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

Shrimp Toast

by Jill Chen
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We’re quickly approaching a favorite time of year:   farmers market season.  But more and more, eating local means grabbing vegetables and herbs sprouting just outside our own kitchen windows.   Jill shares with us her adventure raising prawns, which makes me wonder, what are other people growing in their backyards and is it enough

Mango Crab Salad

by Denise Woodward & Laudalino Ferreira
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First  dates over dinner are usually the worst — worrying if you’re going to spill something, checking for lettuce stuck between your teeth, making awkward motions for your wallet when the bill arrives.   Lucky for Denise, she walked away from hers with a recipe that’s lasted a lifetime.   Her take on the fresh

Shucked by Erin Byers Murray

by Shelby Larsson
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I remember the first time I saw the Island Creek Oyster boys. It was at black-tie affair and I was feeling rather out of place. But there, in the corner, were a trio of tanned, scruffy guys, who had obviously tried to clean themselves up for the night. They were standing behind a wooden boat,

Homemade Lobster Roll

by Denise Woodward & Laudalino Ferreira
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The first time I was introduced to a live lobster, I was about 10 years old and was having a “fancy” dinner with my family at the Whaling Station in Monterey, California.  Our waiter brought my sisters and me, over to the lobster tank, and let each of us pick out our favorite.  Of course,

The Harrison, Tribeca, NYC

by Maggie Battista
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I’ve worked for too many big companies to know that small companies truly rock. (I’m not sure if I mentioned previously, but I work here now!) Certainly, small companies come with their requisite downsides – like way too much work for far too few people – but the upsides are beyond words, really. It’s fabulous

Dinner at Market, Gloucester, MA

by Maggie Battista
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I needed a break. I’m sure you know the drill. You work, work, work 60 hours each week and forget that, wow, the seasons are changing right before your eyes and, wow, you’re so lucky to live in Massachusetts. But I had forgotten all that and desperately needed a mini-vacation, a moment to reconnect with

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