Recipes — seafood recipe
Sea to Table
Food cooked over fire has a special place in our hearts—and stomachs. When grilling fish directly over a flame without using foil, choose a fish that is meaty and thick, such as our Northwest Pacific Halibut. Make sure your grill is very clean to help prevent the fish from sticking. Pat your fish dry and brush it liberally with a high-smoke-point oil such as grapeseed, peanut, safflower, or canola. PRO TIP: Using mayo (as in this recipe) helps prevent the fish from sticking to the grill and it doesn't light on fire as easily as oil. It also helps keep...