Keeping your freezer stocked with frozen seafood is an easy and affordable way to serve healthier meals for you and your family.
February is National Canned Food Month, a great opportunity to update your ‘cantry’ with some seafood staples. Did you know that cans are one of the easiest and most affordable ways to get seafood in your kids’ lunch boxes and on the dinner table?
We’re so excited to share with you a recipe and amazing Healthy Kitchen Hack from popular blog Teaspoon of Spice‘s creators, Serena Ball, RD and Deanna Segrave-Daly, RD. In their new book, The 30-Minute Mediterranean Diet Cookbook, there is a whole chapter devoted to seafood, and there are several additional fish and shellfish recipes sprinkled...
Sheet pan dinners are becoming a staple for busy weeknights. They are versatile and can be mixed and matched with different ingredients and flavor blends.
Seafood stew is a convenient method for getting more seafood on your family’s table more often.
Steamed fish is fast, easy and delicious. It takes less than 30 minutes from refrigerator to plate and you need just two dishes to cook the fish and make the sauce.
Including a Griddled Scallops with Mint and Lemon recipe by Chef Barton Seaver!
Golden brown fillets drizzled with a bright, seasonal sauce are an approachable and attractive way for home cooks to get a fish dinner loaded with heart-healthy fats on the table quickly.
It’s called “blackened” because the method prescribes appropriately burning (or blackening) the spice coating.