FOOD FUN: Deconstructed Ceviche & The Different Types Of Raw Fish Dishes

[1] Deconstructed ceviche at Seviche | Louisville. [2] A trio of ceviches with different mixes of seafood and vegetables, from Chef Ingrid Hoffmann. [3] Sea bass ceviche with traditional ingredients from Coya | London. [4] Tiradito: a fusion preparation with sashimi-cut fish and a non-traditional garnish (fried capers), at Raymi | NYC.   June 28th…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Uses For Smoked Fish

[1] Soba noodles with smoked trout. Here’s the recipe from Food Network. [2] Canapes or snacks: Granny Smith apple slices with smoked trout. Here’s the recipe from Cooking Light. [3] Here’s the recipe from Dang That’s Delicious.   Do you have tins of smoked fish in the pantry? Do you need inspiration to use them?…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Seafood Crudo Or Beef Carpaccio

Carpaccio (beef) and crudo (seafood) is easy to make, and present themselves as a sophisticated dish that took you a lot longer to prepare. If you eat sushi, sashimi, steak tartare and other raw preparations, it’s a dish you can easily make at home. From the earliest times, fishermen have eaten their catch on board,…
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PRODUCTS: 5 More Favorite Specialty Foods

Another batch of favorites from THE NIBBLE. What makes it a favorite? We would buy it again…and again. In alphabetical order, we recommend: 1. LOVE THE WILD: FROZEN FISH FILLET ENTRÉES Only one in five Americans meet the USDA recommendation for fish intake, a vital high protein dietary component that’s high in protein and healthy…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Bela Sardines & Mackerel

[1] Close-up on a school of sardines (photo courtesy AP | Ventura County Star). [2] Cleaned, cooked and canned by BELA Brands (photos #2 and #3 courtesy BELA). [3] Open the can and… [4] Dig in (photo courtesy Food52). [5] Easy tapas, with tomato or pimento on a baguette slice (photo Wikipedia Commons). [6] Not-much-more-difficult…
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