This dish feeds a crowd and holds up well in the heat.
Grilled Halibut is delicious because the technique of grilling brings out the sweetness of the fish. It is a highly regarded food fish, which is causing it to rapidly become depleted. The name is derived from haly (holy) and butt (flat fish), for its popularity on Catholic holy days.
Methods of Preparing Halibut
Grilled – Usually marinated first because of it’s low fat content.
Broiled – Usually marinated first because of it’s low fat content.
Seviche – When it’s freshly caught, there’s nothing better then make seviche using lot of fresh lime juice, some sweet and hot peppers and a little onion.
Butternut squash ravioli in brown butter sage sauce is a mind blowing delicious dish. You don’t need a pasta machine to roll out your dough, so don’t let that deter you from making it.
Cacciatore means “hunter” in Italian. “Hunter-style” refers to dishes made with the hunters catch of the day, such as rabbit or chicken, with tomatoes, onions, herbs, bell peppers and sometimes wine. The northern Italian chefs often used white wine in this dish, whereas in southern Italy, red wine is often used.
This braised fennel with garlic recipe really packs a punch with more flavor then you can imagine! It’s perfect as an accompaniment with fish.
These artichokes remind me of the artichokes they serve at Houston’s restaurant. They have lots of great garlic flavor and the remoulade sauce is the perfect balance of rich and tangy.
Smoked haddock gratin has got to be the easiest and most delicious dish ever. If you like smoked fish, try this. It will blow your mind!