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Tag Archives: fish
Our favorite recipes are the product of a Mediterranean-inspired longing, a great love for the sea and the culture and history of this French and Italian coastal paradise. The bounty of the coast is intoxicating. Bouillabaisse! Salade nicoise! Fresh fish … Continue reading
The season is cruelly short–the time to celebrate by taking home a fresh, intensely flavorful piece of Copper River Salmon is NOW. Don’t leave the Fairway seafood counter without this life-enhancing piece of stunning fish. Why is Copper River Salmon … Continue reading
There are about 300 species of scallops. They live in all salt waters of the world, and all are edible–and although I have not tried all 300 varieties, it is probably safe to surmise that all are delicious. The candy … Continue reading
We like to do things the old-fashioned way at Fairway–which means Captain Tony Maltese, the man at the helm of Fairway’s seafood department, is up before the crack of dawn, selecting the best-of-the-best treasures from the sea. Here are some … Continue reading
New flash: it’s crazy hot today. Last week we regaled you with ideas for no-cook meals, for those times where venturing anywhere near a heat source seems like cruel and unusual torture. But sometimes life calls for a fabulous meal. And if you … Continue reading
I love eating fish. Of course you probably wouldn’t know that given all the flack I took for pulling Jeremy Piven from his smash hit David Mamet Broadway play “Speed the Plow”. Piven was under my care for fatigue and difficulty … Continue reading
I’m undeniably a seafood fanatic, and I have my family to thank. Every holiday dinner, every celebratory occasion, and many weekend dinners are made special with baked clams as appetizers, pasta with cockles (called “vongole,” in Italian), or some preparation … Continue reading