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How to Cook Guilt Free Fish n’ Chips with Lime Mayo + Video
Mar21

How to Cook Guilt Free Fish n’ Chips with Lime Mayo + Video

I have a great recipe for How To Cook Guilt-Free Fish & Chips, which is a healthy baked version that satisfies the desire you might have for greasy, fried fish and chips. On this menu is Oven-Baked Whole Grain Crusted Tilapia, with Baked Sweet Potato Steak Fries & a Lime Mayo Dip. For the chips, I use partially peeled sweet potatoes, which are super healthy. The tilapia is a perfect, moist, white fish for breading & baking...

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How to Cook Hearty Salmon Chowder
Dec23

How to Cook Hearty Salmon Chowder

A delicious, rich, celebratory Salmon Chowder is just perfect for serving on cold, Winter evenings. How to Cook Salmon Chowder: This recipe is relatively simple & quick to make. Type: Soup Recipe Serve with: grated cheddar cheese & parsley Prep Time: 20 min Soak Time: overnight Bake Time:  35 – 40 min Yields: 4 – 6 people Ingredients: 1 lb (1 can) salmon – broken into chunks 3 cups water 1 bay leaf 3 tbsp butter 1...

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How to Cook Sardines & Apple Casserole: National Sardines Day
Nov24

How to Cook Sardines & Apple Casserole: National Sardines Day

National Sardines Day is November 24th, and it is going to be delicious with a recipe for Sardines & Apple Casserole! Sardines are members of the herring fish family. The sardines from Europe have more flavor and are fatter than the ones that come from the American Atlantic, which more often than not, are canned. Personally, I very much enjoy the salty, oily sardines in a tin, and I enjoy them with raw onion slices or chives, and...

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How to Cook Seafood Bisque on this National Food Holiday
Oct19

How to Cook Seafood Bisque on this National Food Holiday

Fish & seafood create quick, hearty bisques as they are full of flavor & are easily prepared. Be sure not to overcook. In other words, remove from the heat as soon as it’s cooked through. When bisque is served, present some seafood pieces outside the bowls. How to Cook Seafood Bisque: To prepare seafood bisque, use fresh fish. You can use frozen, but the flavor will be better the fresher it all is. Be sure not to...

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How to Cook Fish Burgers with Spicy Cilantro Lime Mayo + Video
Feb23

How to Cook Fish Burgers with Spicy Cilantro Lime Mayo + Video

Looking for a new way to cook plain, boring fish? Well, here’s a bright new way to spruce up your mid-week repertoire and infuse some flavor into your life! Fish Burgers with Spicy Cilantro Lime Mayo: Type: Sandwich Recipe Serve with: French fries or another great side. Prep Time: 8 min Cook Time: 10 – 15 min, depending on thickness of patties Yield: 2 burgers The ingredients & instructions are listed below the video...

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How to Grill a Whole Mackerel – Lemon Cedar Leaf Grilled Mackerel
Nov30

How to Grill a Whole Mackerel – Lemon Cedar Leaf Grilled Mackerel

This is a recipe I developed especially for Episode #2 of my new cooking show, “Cooking Adventures with Kimberly” for December’s Edition of Tonka Live Magazine. If you’re anything like me, you are impressed when you see someone do a bang-up job grilling a whole fish. They look so tasty & delicious, and are actually easy to do. However, I’ll bet you don’t venture to try this out very often, do you? Why not?...

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How to Clean a Whole Fish: Mackerel + Video
Nov28

How to Clean a Whole Fish: Mackerel + Video

If you’ve never cleaned a whole fish before, it may be gross to look at, but is pretty easy to accomplish. If you’re squeamish, just buy your fish already fileted…no one will think any less of you. These particular mackerel came from the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Canada. * The video below may not be appropriate for all people. If you are not comfortable with blood and guts, look away or check out another one of my...

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How to Cook Pan Sauteed Wasabi Crusted Salmon
May17

How to Cook Pan Sauteed Wasabi Crusted Salmon

Spice up your plate tonight with Pan Sauteed Wasabi Crusted Salmon! Tonight, I’m cooking salmon, but I wanted to pan sauté it with a bit of a new flare. Pan Sauteed Wasabi Crusted Salmon: I saw wasabi peas in my pantry and decided to grind them or pulverize them in the food processor to use as the “dredging flour” to kick it up a hundred notches! One of my favorite combinations is when I have salmon sushi with...

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How to Cook Coconut Crusted Baked Salmon: Cupboard Cooking
Feb01

How to Cook Coconut Crusted Baked Salmon: Cupboard Cooking

Today is Day 3 of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike.  This is what I made as our main dish for tonight’s dinner using my “cupboard cooking” strategies. We had a fillet of salmon in our freezer and the fixings in the cupboards or freezer. I made oven baked salmon because it is much lower in fat than pan frying. You may also use another fish, even something like tilapia as a substitute in this recipe. My mother was craving lime and...

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How to Cook Cilantro & Lime Tuna Melts: Cupboard Cooking
Feb01

How to Cook Cilantro & Lime Tuna Melts: Cupboard Cooking

Today is Day 3 of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike.  This is what I made for lunch today using my “cupboard cooking” strategies. I love tuna melts, but wanted to kick it up with an exotic flare…Enter: cilantro & lime! Instead of making grilled cheese sandwiches, I decided to make a tuna melt open-face sandwich. You make a basic tuna salad kicked up with cilantro & lime and get it into the oven… You...

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How to Cook Caribbean Style Rainbow Trout Recipe
Sep07

How to Cook Caribbean Style Rainbow Trout Recipe

Tonight, I needed something really tasty and different for dinner – I was bored… So, instead of the typical lemon, butter, dill combination on fish, I switched it up a bit. Caribbean flavors can spice up your tastebuds and your dinner table! Try out this fabulous Caribbean Style Rainbow Trout! You’ll be so glad you did! Type: Fish Recipe Serve With: Rice & peas, or vegetables and lime slices Prep Time: 7 min Cook...

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How to Make a Really Tasty, Healthy Nicoise Salad
Dec08

How to Make a Really Tasty, Healthy Nicoise Salad

Don’t let the name of the Niçoise salad scare you! Yes, it’s French. No, it’s not difficult to make. No, it’s not really fattening. Nicoise is just a combination of greens, tuna, green beans, new potatoes, tomatoes, black olives and eggs – traditionally. That’s all it means… Okay – now that’s out of the way – let’s get cooking and create this unbelievably tasty salad...

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How to Cook Salmon Cakes Made in a Bare Bones Fixer Upper Investment Property Kitchen
Sep08

How to Cook Salmon Cakes Made in a Bare Bones Fixer Upper Investment Property Kitchen

When you’re tired of those salmon or tuna sandwiches and need something a little bit different when you’re living in and repairing a fixer upper investment property, have no fear! I have an idea for you! I know, you may not have a refrigerator because the electricity may not have been upgraded yet, right? That’s often the case. That’s okay too, you won’t even need an egg for cooking...

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