A confession: I’m not a great cooker of fish. In fact, Donna hates it when I cook fish, because I usually want to put some kind of fancy sauce on it. She wants it sautéed with plain lemon, a little butter maybe. (Yawn.) But she’s usually right—I don’t cook it often enough to get good at it. But another part of the reason I’m fish challenged is that I grew up in Cleveland in the 1970s where fish came into the grocery store on Monday (trucked in, no doubt) and sat around through Saturday, which was the only time in Cleveland you could get a good sense of what low tide smells like. The only fish I ate, and ate grudgingly, was breaded, fried, frozen, and reheated in a toaster oven, and I was able Read On »

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Make chowder Nova Scotia style, that includes whitefish, shrimp and scallops plus a side of cheddar green onion biscuits, via LA Times.

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Looking for a fun family dinner to share at home try making fish tacos for everyone, via Stay at Stove Dad.    

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Video: watch the biggest fish and chips sandwich being made as Jamie Oliver is kidnapped, via EpicMealTime.com

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Roasting grapes and branzino is a perfect staple meal for the fall, via Sassy Radish.

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