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Arbi says ...
I start my Pacific Halibut with lemons, olives, rosemary, walnut oil, salt, pepper, sicilian seasoning in the pan for 2 min on each side, then i stick the pan in the oven to broil for another 5-10 min (depending on the temperature of the oven).
04/18/2012 7:58:32 PM CDT
Stew says ...
put a couple of pieces on the barbeque with a little of local asparagus..baste both in lemon juice fresh from the tree!
04/18/2012 8:00:11 PM CDT
kathleen craft says ...
Really enjoy grilled salmon lightly coated with olive oil and sprinkled with fresh rosemary.
04/18/2012 8:01:01 PM CDT
cleo says ...
I love the halibut. I pan-sear it and serve it with vegetable curry and jasmine rice.
04/18/2012 8:01:09 PM CDT
Gabby says ...
The pink shrimp would be delicious in a Thai curry!
04/18/2012 8:01:12 PM CDT
Samar says ...
Old fashioned fish and chips! Cod, very lightly battered, quickly fried, with some french fries on the side. Delicious!
04/18/2012 8:01:40 PM CDT
Tim Regan says ...
Chop tuna into bite sized pieces. Sprinkle with garlic powder and pepper. A little splash of avocado oil and eat raw
04/18/2012 8:02:28 PM CDT
Karen Mizener says ...
Wild salmon...it's the best!! What a delicious way to get your omega fish oils.
04/18/2012 8:02:33 PM CDT
Deb says ...
We absolutely love the Halibut baked with a Moroccan charmoula sauce. We place the fish on a bed of red peppers, carrots, potatoes, and top with tomatoes, green olives and preserved lemon (and of course, add extra sauce) then bake for 40 minutes. Makes you feel like you are on vacation!
04/18/2012 8:06:47 PM CDT
Xiaoming Wang says ...
I would like WH have more choices of high-quality seafood.
04/18/2012 8:09:50 PM CDT
Jane says ...
I love the simplicity of this sardines dish: They are great as part of a tapas tray. Spread toasted bread with a dollop of roasted garlic aioli and top with grilled or marinated sardines. Viola!
04/18/2012 8:10:05 PM CDT
Mary A says ...
Grilled Salmon is the best! I honestly don't need any sauce...just bit of butter, salt and pepper and it's yummy to me!
04/18/2012 8:10:17 PM CDT
Alice C. says ...
Bluepoint oysters, freshly shucked with just a drizzle of lemon!
04/18/2012 8:10:23 PM CDT
Debbie Chioffe says ...
I am a big advocate of taking small steps towards large solutions. One small "Green Cooking" step that I take is setting aside several special days a week in order to conserve energy and/or eat in an environmental manner. I have one "no-cook" day where I don't fire up the stove, oven, microwave, toaster, bbq..nothing. We either eat a Raw Diet or eat room temperature food and salads, or sometimes leftovers or sandwiches. We change it up. I also have a favorite "BBQ" day in which we simply grill(using no gas or electric)..in order to save energy. This day regularly includes grilling Wild,specially caught, sustainable, green-rated Fish. A favorite is a simply grilled Wild Salmon with fresh Garlic and Cilantro, perhaps marinated first. Served with lots of sliced fresh mushrooms that have been grilled and some other veggies. I love asparagus. On these days, and most others we also dine in the starlight or with candles.We make this lifestyle challenge fun!
04/18/2012 8:14:38 PM CDT
kathleen chowanec says ...
Grill the wild salmon with some ev olive oil & a few herbs, nothing like it , pair it with a nice SILVER OAK cab!
04/18/2012 8:15:38 PM CDT
John W says ...
You know they all sound great, but to be honest the Roasted Halibut with Piquillo Peppers recipe is probably where I would start, although the Yellow perch in this Thai-inspired coconut red curry sauce would be right up there as well.
04/18/2012 8:17:20 PM CDT
Kimberly C says ...
I would love some Eastern Oysters! Mmm, raw oysters are one of my favorite appetizers.
04/18/2012 8:17:32 PM CDT
Carmen says ...
Salmon with orange sauce.In a saucepan, place salmon filet (one per person), salt and pepper saute with olive oil. Once salmon is cooked, grated one orange peel and add to salmon with the juice of this orange. Heat flavors together for 5 minutes and add fresh parsley to serve. You can serve with wild rice or vegetable! Enjoy!
04/18/2012 8:25:32 PM CDT
Bridget says ...
Salmon pan fried with a little olive oil and black pepper! Always a staple in our house. Another is flaked salmon mixed in with basmati rice, cut asparagus and sprinkled with black pepper!
04/18/2012 8:30:54 PM CDT
Carolyn Harrod says ...
I love salmon but it's always so expensive!
04/18/2012 8:32:38 PM CDT
Jessica says ...
I love using pink shrimp in a stir fry with red and yellow bell peppers, broccoli, carrots and spinach with the San-J gluten-free Thai peanut sauce. It's simple, nutritious and delicious!
04/18/2012 8:33:13 PM CDT
Maka says ...
I love grilled salmon with lemon and broccoli !
04/18/2012 8:35:30 PM CDT
John B says ...
I love seafood and can't wait to try the Thai red curry coconut recipes!!
04/18/2012 8:35:47 PM CDT
Linda S says ...
I love salmon with fresh lemon juice. Yum!
04/18/2012 8:39:10 PM CDT
sharon says ...
Wild salmon pan fried in a little truffle oil, served with a chocolate balsamic reduction and maple glazed carrots. Ultra yum!
04/18/2012 8:44:41 PM CDT

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