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Tim says ...
The striped bass Peruvian ceviche is perfect for summer.
04/18/2012 9:26:19 AM CDT
Lauren says ...
I love all fish ... alive & well; I don't eat them. To address the notion of environmental sustainability, I have found a plant-based diet to be the best. Go veg for Earth Day!
04/19/2012 9:24:52 AM CDT
Abby K says ...
My favorite fish I never have enough is swordfish! I love to sear it, put it on a tostado shell, and top it with pico de gallo & goat cheese.
04/19/2012 9:41:47 AM CDT
Meghan says ...
Grilled shrimp marinated in olive oil, white wine, italian seasoning and ground black pepper. Thanks for sharing the great sustainable seafood info!
04/19/2012 9:40:00 AM CDT
Ellen S says ...
I love wild caught salmon with a mango chutney. Easy and very delicious.
04/19/2012 9:38:45 AM CDT
Dori McCarthy says ...
Grilled shrimp on the barbie!
04/19/2012 9:29:32 AM CDT
Nadine Crist says ...
Honey-Glazed Salmon - Mix a heaping Tbsp. of honey with a heaping Tbsp. of organic dijon mustard. Stir in several shakes each of chili powder and garlic powder. Add a couple of pinches of salt & pepper. Place salmon in baking pan and cover in the honey-mustard mixture. Cook until salmon is just done.
04/19/2012 9:21:53 AM CDT
Lala Arenas says ...
My kids (5 and 2) just LOVE salmon! I bake it with just salt and lemon pepper and they love it with steamed rice and corn. :)
04/19/2012 9:22:16 AM CDT
Terri Puryear says ...
cajun spice rub wild caught salmon pan sear both sides and put in the oven served with sauted spinach with olive oil and crushed garlic lightly seasoned and roasted red potatoes......
04/19/2012 9:24:17 AM CDT
Rachel Williams says ...
Easy fish...we started to incorporate more fish into our diet and this is an easy recipe that never fails: Usually make with talipia or cobia Mix clove of minced garlic, 7 tablespoons of good quality olive oil, I teaspoon dried basil/salt/pepper, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon parsley ( use fresh when possible but dried works in a pinch). Marinate fish in this for at least an hour. Grill 5 minutes each side on high.
04/19/2012 9:18:02 AM CDT
Cookie says ...
All of your selections sound great but I'm going for the Pacific Halibut.
04/19/2012 9:14:31 AM CDT
Sheila says ...
After visiting the SF Aquarium years ago and learning about the MSC and sustainability ratings, my husband and I switched to only purchasing green-rated, wild caught seafood. We really love salmon for the omega-3's - prepared with lemon and capers, it's wonderful. Add a side of asparagus and you have quite a tasty meal. We love shopping at Whole Foods - great selection of wild caught, sustainable fish and some are even pre-marinated with flavorful seasonings.
04/19/2012 8:53:50 AM CDT
Theresa says ...
We enjoy grilling wild-caught salmon with brown sugar and fresh-squeezed lemon on top.
04/19/2012 8:53:24 AM CDT
Brian says ...
I would have to try the Roasted Mahi-Mahi and Shrimp with Garlic. It sounds delicious and Mahi-Mahi always reminds me I need to head back to Hawaii for vacation.
04/20/2012 11:14:23 AM CDT
Vita Smith says ...
Ilove trout that has been cleaned and butterflyed and simply sprinkled with a little Old Bay and olive oil. Yummy!
04/19/2012 8:50:43 AM CDT
star says ...
Wild caught salmon! Wrap it up in parchment with sliced fennel, carrots,lemon and garlic (fennel fronds as well), salt and pepper. Sprinkle with a little white wine before sealing up the parchment. Simple and fresh. serve over your favorite grain with some asparagus and you have a lovely evening awaiting you.
04/19/2012 8:40:38 AM CDT
Andrea says ...
Wild caught Salmon dipped in a mixture of honey and dijon mustard, then press into a mixture of panko crumbs, crushed pecans, 1 tbs butter, and chopped parsley. Bake at 400 for 10 - 15 minutes per inch of Salmon or till Salmon just flakes. Serve with lemon wedges. Delicious.
04/19/2012 8:34:47 AM CDT
Debbie says ...
Perch on the grill: Coat Perch w/ olive oil. Sprinkle both sides of fish with Chef Paul Prudhommes's "Blackened Redfish Magic" seasoning blend (or Cajun seasoning). Grill on foil coated grill on Med heat for 3-4 min per side. Enjoy w/ grilled corn on the cob!
04/19/2012 8:31:55 AM CDT
Caroline says ...
Pink shrimp- and I would definitely grill them! That is by far my favorite way to eat shrimp!!
04/19/2012 8:30:05 AM CDT
Patricia B says ...
Black Cod with spicy coconut and vegetables is just the vibrant pallet needed to start off a great summer of healthy exceptional recipes.
04/19/2012 8:30:04 AM CDT
Nancy Welling says ...
Salmon is a favorite in our house. One simple flavorful recipe is- Wild Alaskan Salmon poached in tin foil and lightly seasoned with lemon, white wine and Mrs Dash. Sautee baby heirloom tomatoes with garlic, olive oil and low sodium veg broth. Serve salmon over steamed spinach and spoon sauteed tomatoes over top. Sometimes we start with mashed potatoes and serve the salmon recipe on top.
04/19/2012 8:27:40 AM CDT
kevin thomas says ...
I love to make shrimp genovase its super easy and crazy tasty. All you need is some shrimp,butter,garlic,pesto,cream and parmigiana Romano cheese. heat a saute pan with some butter until it melts and starts to sizzle, toss in shrimp and garlic for one minute then add enough pesto to coat the shrimp, cook one more minute add a splash of cream and reduce finish with a couple tablespoons of parm and serve over angel hair pasta.
04/19/2012 8:24:26 AM CDT
Manny says ...
Wild caught Cod or Haddock coated with small amount of plain yogurt. Top with cornbread stuffing that has been crushed and seasoned with cajun spices. Dabs of butter, bake on 425 for 15 minutes or until done. Simple and delish.
04/19/2012 8:24:02 AM CDT
mina says ...
We love Salmon! Great brain food!
04/19/2012 8:15:39 AM CDT
Portia says ...
Wild Salmon on the grill with lemon juice, salt, pepper. Simple is the way to go for me.
04/19/2012 8:15:38 AM CDT

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