How to Cook Salmon: Maple-Lime Baked Salmon

How to cook Salmon video – scroll down for recipe There’s probably a bajillion ways to cook salmon, but for ease and fool-proof-ness, “in the oven” is the best way to do, it in my opinion. You might know by now, I didn’t grow up eating a lot of seafood (daddy didn’t care for the […]

Fish and Chips

The first fish and chips I ever ate was in London, December 1999. My super awesome bestie was doing a study abroad there for a year and his girlfriend (another of my besties) and I planned a visit. The idea was to be there for Y2K so we could all celebrate the end of the […]

Fried Calamari

If you’ve been keeping up with my Twitter account and FaceBook and Google Plus and all that junk where I post my most intimates, then you know Chris and I just got back from a trip to the Texas Riviera — a.k.a. Port Aransas. We ate a boatload (not literally) of fried seafood while we […]

The Sardine Experiment: Part Three

How to Eat Sardines After last week’s sardine taste-testing, wherein many a sardine was eaten plain, on a cracker, with and without mustard, I finally got a little creative with the fishes and tried several recipes that also included such delights as capers, olives, tomatoes, eggplant, and long skinny noodles. It was exceptionally disappointing.

The Best Canned Sardines: An Inexhaustive Study

Part Two in the Great Sardine Experiment! The results are in. If you missed last week’s post, I did a taste-test of 5 different brands of sardines to find the BEST SARDINES IN ALL THE LAND. Surprisingly to myself, I found out I am down with the sardine and its ilk. This is a marvelous […]

The Sardine Experiment: Part One

I did not grow up eating fish. My dad doesn’t like it and so, aside from the occasional tuna salad sandwich, fish was never on our table. I didn’t even start to like it myself until I was about 16 years old. The first time I remember eating it and thinking, “Hmm, this is not […]