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Grilled Alaska King Salmon with Potato Salad

Grilled Alaska King Salmon with Potato Salad

The King is here! The King is here! What do you serve when the King shows up for dinner? A simple potato salad and a quick cook over an open fire. You know how they say never try to show up the bride on her wedding day? Well, the same goes for Wild Alaska King Salmon. We're keeping it simple here and letting the fish speak for itself. And if Alaskan King Salmon could speak, they would say Yum. Grilled Alaska King Salmon with Potato Salad Serves 2 For the Fish: 2 pieces (about 5 oz each) < Sea to...

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Seared Sesame Crusted Tuna

Seared Sesame Crusted Tuna

Seared Tuna, cooked ever so quickly ("black and blue" in chef speak), is found on restaurant menus across the country and across the globe. But all too often that's where the tuna also come from—somewhere across the globe. Sourcing only the finest wild-caught American Tuna from the US Atlantic Ocean makes this simple take on a restaurant classic even more appetizing, clean and worthy of applause when you set it down on the table. Seared Sesame Crusted Tuna Serves 4-6 as an appetizer or 2-3 as a main course For the Fish: 12 oz Albacore Tuna (2 medallions at 6oz...

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Green Curry Coho Salmon

Green Curry Coho Salmon

Light and bright yet so satisfyingly filling! Fish Curries are a staple across much of the world, each with their own take on subtle spices and flavors. Ours is an adaption of a traditional Thai Fish Curry, and while we show Wild Alaska Coho Salmon for this version, don't think twice about using Northwest Pacific Cod, Wild Gulf Shrimp (yum!) or just about any other fish or seafood in this versatile and simply delicious dish. Green Curry Coho Salmon Serves 2 For the Fish: 2 Alaska Coho Salmon Fillets (6 oz each) Salt and Pepper Cooking Spray For the Curry:...

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Miso Black Cod

Miso Black Cod

A twist on Nobu’s famous Miso Black Cod, this dish is sure to please crowds. Pacific Black Cod’s silky, creamy white flesh and its high levels of fatty Omega-3’s make it a favorite of professional and home chefs alike. Highly versatile, totally delicious, and easy to prepare because the fat acts as a buffer against overcooking. Miso Black Cod Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 Pacific Black Cod fillets, skin on (two 5 oz pieces) 1 tbsp miso paste 1 tbsp brown sugar (or mirin if you have it) 1 tbsp boiling wate ½ tbsp soy sauce 1 tbsp grated ginger Scallions...

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