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.
As the weather heats up and days get longer, it’s only natural to move outdoors for dinner.
The month of June heralds the full return of my favorite culinary tool: the outdoor grill.
Barton Seaver shares how to grill fish in his backyard.
Mussels offer the best of many worlds to a home cook trying to get dinner on the table fast.
Can seafood be part of a slow cooker meal? Yes! Seafood is great in slow cooker meals.
Life moves pretty fast so why not slow down with this slow roasted cooking technique from Barton Seaver.
This technique serves up a moist, flavorful piece of fish every time.
Barton Seaver discusses how to broil a fish with an aromatic crust.