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Vicky says ...
Fresh caught Rocky Mountain trout, cleaned, layer inside the cavity sliced lemon and lime, dust with salt and pepper. Zest some lime into butter and spread on the outside of the whole fish. Grill and enjoy
04/19/2012 8:12:23 AM CDT
J McCarthy says ...
We're always looking to experiment with different ethnic foods. This week, we're going Thai. I would definitely use Black Cod in a spicy red curry dish with red peppers and leeks over brown rice. Delish!
04/19/2012 8:09:40 AM CDT
lauren says ...
A staple weekly meal at our house; Salmon grilled on cedar planks basted in a homemade honey mustard marinade!
04/19/2012 8:09:17 AM CDT
Pat says ...
First, thanks for doing this - it makes shopping a lot easier. Our Christmas dinner the past few years has been a whole roasted arctic char stuffed with sliced oranges, lemons, onions, and fennel. A little olive oil and salt and you get an impressive and festive main dish without much trouble. Leftovers make yummy fish cakes.
04/19/2012 8:06:18 AM CDT
Renea Anderson says ...
I love salmon but my husband prefers the more subtle flavor of steelhead trout. I was so happy to finally see it offered at Whole Foods! I smother fillets with a mixture made of ¼ cup brown sugar, 2 TBSP each of soy, miso and hot water. Broil for 10 minutes or so until done. I accompany this with a side of mashed potatoes with wasabi powder mixed in to taste and braised bok choy. The greens (about a pound of baby - sliced in half or large head - chopped) are braised over medium heat in a mixture of ¼ cup chicken broth, 2 TBSP soy sauce and 2 tsp olive oil until tender (maybe 15 minutes.) Once tender, drizzle ½ tsp toasted sesame before serving. Spoon the braising liquid over the potatoes. So good!
04/19/2012 8:04:16 AM CDT
Mark Duvall says ...
love salmon, the Matzo crusted salmon is delicious!
04/19/2012 8:01:10 AM CDT
Lisa Sterling says ...
When I bite into a yummy FRESH morsel of green caught seafood from Whole Foods I feel like a mermaid! I like my seafood minimalist-like a poached in wine and herb wild caught natural salmon steak! Serve it with an intense savory lemon mousse and enjoy!
04/19/2012 7:57:32 AM CDT
Aubrey Guilbault says ...
I do not eat any seafood myself, but my cats eat tuna. I make sure to buy high quality dolphin safe tuna when I shop.
04/19/2012 7:49:48 AM CDT
Renee Turner says ...
I like the Lemon Trout Fillets with Capers
04/19/2012 7:44:45 AM CDT
Kelly says ...
Buttery, seared scallops in white wine reduction with fresh tarragon! Yummm! Serve with an herb salad or quinoa. Go!
04/19/2012 7:30:34 AM CDT
Gabe says ...
We like a nice mahi-mahi, sauteed in some butter with chipotles and oyster mushrooms... yum. Simple but divine.
04/19/2012 7:29:32 AM CDT
Carroll Scott says ...
We often have halibut or cod. I combine a little mayo, dijon, herbs du provence, lemon juice, salt and pepper and cover the fish lightly. then combine panko, regular breadcrumbs, a little flour, garlic powder, s&p, and press on top. bake in a toaster oven (rather than the big oven to save on electricity), until browned and flaky. My 7 year old loves it.
04/19/2012 7:28:25 AM CDT
Dana Coontz says ...
We love Shrimp Fettucini with Coconut Shrimp as an appetizer served with Pina Coloda dipping sauce. Yum, Yum! Looking forward to new store opening soon in Charlotte, NC.
04/19/2012 7:19:10 AM CDT
Angela says ...
Yellow Perch bake in white wine with onions, tomatoes and mushrooms.I'll serve it with one of my favorite side dishes of garlic buttered linguine tossed with spinach.
04/19/2012 7:07:02 AM CDT
Terri Thomas says ...
We love fresh Halibut on the grill! Saute a couple of small scallions and 2-3 cloves of garlic in a tablespoon each of butter and olive oil. Once softened, toss in a handful of cherry or grape tomatoes and then pour that over halibut fillets that have been seasoned with a light sprinkle of salt, fresh cracked pepper, and a little Cayenne (we live in south Louisiana!). 10-20 minutes on the grill until is flakes and then served with a small side of corn pudding with those tomatoes and onion bits on top! You don't use that much gas on the grill, you are not standing out in the heat too long, and then dinner does not weight you down!
04/19/2012 7:04:56 AM CDT
Suzi says ...
I haven't had fish in a while because of sustainability. Congratulations to Whole Foods for your fish policy.
04/19/2012 7:04:50 AM CDT
LA says ...
Poached salmon - or just put a bit of olive oil on top, sprinkle with some garlic salt and put on the grill.
04/19/2012 6:53:45 AM CDT
YN says ...
I am quite the fan of a salmon and for a quick but healthy meal, I usually do a dry rub of pepper, salt, garlic powder and onion powder, with a spritz of lemon juice. It adds a nice refreshing taste. Then on the side, I usually like having fresh vegetables and some brown rice. Though the meal may be simple and plain, I find it quite wholesome and refreshingly light.
04/19/2012 6:50:51 AM CDT
leslie says ...
We love black cod. We marinate it with a miso/mirin/brown sugar glaze and then just roast in the oven. Easy and delicious!
04/19/2012 6:49:57 AM CDT
Chris S says ...
Wild salmon marinated with light vinaigrette dressing, cut in large chunks, skewered with slices of purple onion, zucchini and asparagus - grilled. served with a glass of chardonnay.
04/19/2012 6:29:07 AM CDT
DANA Coontz says ...
I enjoy a simple shrimp fettucini along with coconut shrimp. Really excited about new store opening in Charlotte this summer!
04/19/2012 6:22:38 AM CDT
Alison says ...
With so many different taste preferences in our family, I like to make grilled salmon with add-it-yourself seasonings. At the table there are lemon wedges and spice blends. One new favorite is a Trinidad spice blend with salt, lemon peel, garlic, cloves and ginger.
04/19/2012 6:03:28 AM CDT
Bekah says ...
The salmon with an apricot soy glaze. Yum!
04/19/2012 5:53:52 AM CDT
Kelly says ...
We combined a couple of our favorite receipes and came up with a huge hit! Grilled wild salmon with cilantro pesto, served over steamed veggies and rice noodles. It's finished off with a touch of red curry sauce and a wedge of lime. Sprinkle a few red clover sprouts on the top and you have a beautiful, healthy and tasty dish. The good news is it's so much simpler then it sounds!
04/19/2012 5:34:12 AM CDT
S J says ...
I would try the salmon because it is such a versatile fish that works well with any flavor combination. One way that I prepare it, that even my children enjoy, is with brown sugar, soy sauce, cilantro, red onion, curry powder, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and a splash of orange juice. I put all the ingredients in a plastic container, poke a few holes in the fillet, and shake well. I then let it marinate for 10-15 minutes. All the flavors soak into the holes, really seasoning the fish well. I then cook on the stovetop or bake in the oven, depending on how much time I have to prepare dinner. In addition to the salmon's health benefits, I'm just glad this flavor combination is kid-approved.
04/19/2012 5:01:04 AM CDT

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