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Fish Stew Recipe – Spanish Style

April 4, 2011 1 Comment
Fish Stew Recipe – Spanish Style

Fish and Seafood My wife put this recipe together and I took pictures of it. She adapted it from a cookbook, Fish & Seafood that was part of a series called What’s Cooking. I think I picked it up on sale at Costco years ago. It was published in 2000. There are some amazing looking […]

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Halibut in Parchment Paper Recipe

February 23, 2011 5 Comments
Halibut in Parchment Paper Recipe

Halibut en Papillote Recipe This halibut cooked in parchment paper is a quick and easy way to prepare fish at home. Yesterday my wife and oldest daughter went for manicures and while sitting there getting their nails done, they watched Rachel Ray on TV prepare Ginger-Garlic Fish in Parchment. It looked so good she stopped at […]

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Mayonnaise Baked Fish Recipe

January 14, 2011 0 Comments
Mayonnaise Baked Fish Recipe

Simple but Delicious This recipe is an alternative for Fish en Papillote that is part of my Valentines Day meals to enjoy as a couple. It is a bit more straightforward but just as tasty a fish course. As with all of the Valentine’s ideas, you do what you feel comfortable doing. Maybe go all […]

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Pan Fried Flounder with Potatoes and Parsley

October 22, 2010 2 Comments
Pan Fried Flounder with Potatoes and Parsley

Yesterday, I posted an interview with Danish celebrity chef and cookbook author Trina Hahnemann about her new cookbook, The Scandinavian Cookbook, as well as how to be a better home cook.  It is a wonderful read with some great tips on how to approach cooking in your own personal way. The interview covers a lot […]

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Poached Salmon with Dill Sauce Recipe

April 15, 2010 11 Comments
Poached Salmon with Dill Sauce Recipe

How to Prepare a Delicious Poached Salmon with Dill Sauce Poaching is a wonderful way to keep delicate fish moist and flaky.  If you follow the simple steps for poaching and have patience, you will be rewarded with a succulent main course.  Poaching is a gentle moist heat technique of cooking and is perfect for […]

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Grilled Mahi Mahi with Tomato-Orange Salsa Recipe

March 15, 2010 1 Comment
Grilled Mahi Mahi with Tomato-Orange Salsa Recipe

Grilled Mahi Mahi Recipe by Chef Mark R. Vogel A Zest for Conquest Hernando de Soto (ca. 1500- 1542) was a Spanish conquistador.  In other words, he was an invader and a pillager.  History and modern culture tend to lionize the early European conquerors, but let’s face it, their goal was to seize other people’s […]

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Tuna Steaks Genova Style Recipe

March 11, 2010 0 Comments
Tuna Steaks Genova Style Recipe

It’s official. I’m now a fan of  Lidia Bastianich and her incredible knowledge of Italian cuisine along with her unique cooking techniques. For Christmas I received my first Lidia cookbook, Lidia Cooks From The Heart of Italy and I was blown away by her depth of culinary knowledge and ability to describe it. I can’t […]

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Soy-Glazed Mahi Mahi with Cilantro Pesto Shrimp

November 6, 2009 2 Comments
Soy-Glazed Mahi Mahi with Cilantro Pesto Shrimp

The 2009 Winner of the LG Electronics / Bon Appetit’s Life Tastes Good Competition Kristine Snyder Interview featuring her winning Mahi Mahi recipe. I have been following this cooking contest and am thrilled to have been able to interview the winner, Kristine Snyder, who will be traveling to Thailand to compete in a global cooking […]

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Roasted Wild Striped Bass Recipe

October 28, 2009 1 Comment
Roasted Wild Striped Bass Recipe

Delicious Striped Bass Recipe While at the farmers market, I asked my friend Andy the fishmonger from Ardmore Seafood Market what was really fresh, and he pointed me to the whole wild striped sea bass. You could see with one glance the fish was really fresh by the color, clearness of the eyes, the shiny […]

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Clam Chowder Recipes – New England or Manhattan

September 6, 2009 5 Comments
Clam Chowder Recipes – New England or Manhattan

What’s Your Favorite Clam Chowder? Manhattan or New England? Many people who come to my site are looking for “the definitive recipe for whatever it might be:brownies, yellow cake, beef stew, etc.The truth is that there are very few definitive recipes. Recipes are rarely set in stone, and chefs and home cooks around the world […]

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