This recipe is special enough for a celebration meal or suited for a more practical weeknight supper. Aside from being delicious, one of the best parts is that it can be cooked and on the table in 15-minutes. I use homemade apricot jam crafted by my mom. Her jam tends to have less sugar than commercially prepared varieties. With his… View Post
Along the Eastern Coast of Mexico, you’ll find the port city called Veracruz, which stretches along the Gulf Coast like the graceful tentacle of a sea creature. Known for its tropical weather, friendly people and Afro-Caribbean vibe, seafood and spices are the culinary hallmark of this coastal city where Mexican flavors blend with West African accents and is a pescatarian… View Post
$12 and 15 minutes to pescatarian luxury!
Bisques, chowders and soups are some of my favorite things to cook up and experiment with. The freedom to open up my pantry, refrigerator and freezer and assemble a comforting meal is delightful. This salmon chowder recipe is a perineal favorite. I used frozen wild salmon for this recipe because it’s freezer staple and this recipe is about simplicity,… View Post
This pescatarian recipe combines easily accessible ingredients to create a flavorful Indian-inspired soup. I like this potage any time of day – breakfast, lunch or as a light supper.
When I work on pescatarian recipe development I tend to do so in large batches over the course of a few days or a long weekend. I’m pretty ambitious with my projects and resign myself to the fact that my kitchen will be clean, but in total chaos for a few days – bowls of lemons, stacks of plantains, bags… View Post
A gorgeous Middle Eastern inspired soup that pairs well with roasted fish
I’ve been having fun these last few weeks taking virtual trips to places that were on my travel list for this spring and summer as part of a pescatarian food tour! Writing these fun virtual trips feels like the live version of a lucid dream. Thank you for indulging me! This recipe is inspired by a trip to Capri, Italy. With its gorgeous blue oceans… View Post
Along with shrimp, salmon is one of the most popular seafoods around. With so many people cooking more from home these days, it is bound to appear on the lunch or dinner menu at some point as part of a pescatarian meal. Whether cultivated or wild, baked or grilled you will run into the issue of albumin– the funky looking white stuff… View Post