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fish-stock

Fish Stock

Each 1 pound of fish heads and bones, plus some vegetables, makes 4 cups of rich, tasty stock. Avoid vigorously boiling the fish; the go...

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herb-marinated-monkfish-with-sherry-vinaigrette

Herb-Marinated Monkfish with Sherry Vinaigrette

Monkfish may be the ugliest critter in the ocean. If you met one up close and personal, it would scare the living daylights out of you. F...

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monkfish-kebabs-marinated-with-herbs-and-yogurt

Monkfish Kebabs Marinated with Herbs and Yogurt

The yogurt helps to tenderize the fish. Salmon can be used instead of monkfish if you like. Serve with brown rice, or lentils and braised...

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fish-curry-with-lime-and-coconut-rice

Fish Curry with Lime and Coconut Rice

I was inspired to make this curry after a glorious vacation in Thailand, where we ate spicy Thai food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A...

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scallop-shrimp-and-fish-fondue

Scallop, Shrimp, and Fish Fondue

This fondue makes a beautiful presentation for New Year’s Eve or any gala occasion. To complete the festive menu, consider a salad of en...

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monkfish-baked-with-garlic-mayonnaise

Monkfish Baked with Garlic Mayonnaise

Allioli—garlic mayonnaise—is guaranteed to give a great taste to just about anything it accompanies, but it is particularly nice with fis...

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chopped-ceviche-and-mexicola

Chopped Ceviche and Mexicola

I don’t deny that chopping the fish into such tiny pieces seems perhaps against the express ethos (if I might put it that way), but there...

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monkfish-in-prosciutto-with-pesto-fregola

Monkfish in Prosciutto with Pesto Fregola

So delicious, with crisp, salty, porky prosciutto enveloping the mild, tender fish. Refrigerating the fish before cooking it helps make i...

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seafood-pot

Seafood Pot

In France and Italy, and across much of Europe, seafood is traditionally eaten on Christmas Eve and it is a very good way of embarking on...

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spiced-fish-and-shrimp

Spiced Fish and Shrimp

A fine example of the Nonya cuisine of Singapore

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