Tag: fish

Salmon Croquettes

Salmon Croquettes

No one can ever have too many salmon recipes so here’s another fantastic one. Is far as croquettes themselves go, there are numerous version out there, but I’m talking about the more classic French version, but with a modern twist and made with sockeye salmon and […]

Gratin of Haddock With Zucchini And Tomato

Gratin of Haddock With Zucchini And Tomato

Casserole is a term I don’t love. By definition “casserole” can mean a deep pan used both in an oven and as a serving vessel or for the food cooked and served in such vessel. To me a casserole always sounded like the name for […]

Nobu Matsuhisa’s New Style Salmon Sashimi

Nobu Matsuhisa’s New Style Salmon Sashimi

For those who don’t know, Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa is a Japanese celebrity chef and restaurateur. Nobu is known for his unique fusion style of blending Japanese dished with Peruvian ingredients. Nobu’s super-star status can in part be credited to his friendship to Robert De Niro, who […]

Sea Scallop Ceviche

Sea Scallop Ceviche

I have been struggling to get a post up the last several days. I lost a close friend recently and although I had been mentally preparing for this for years, it hit me substantially harder than I anticipated. Loss sucks. But today I woke up […]

Homemade Gravlax With Honey-Mustard Dill Sauce

Homemade Gravlax With Honey-Mustard Dill Sauce

Gravlax is a huge favorite of both mine and my husband. Honestly, I prefer to eat salmon like this or sashimi-style rather than cooked. The most common question I’ve heard about gravlax is how it is different from smoked salmon?  Being a New Yorker (yes, […]

Sole En Papillote With Tomatoes Capers and Olives

Sole En Papillote With Tomatoes Capers and Olives

Looking for something different to make? Preparing fish or any other food “en papillote” is simply French for fish “in paper”.  It is considered a moist heat cooking method where the food is placed in a folded and sealed pouch and baked in an oven. […]