Tag Archives: fish
One of the easiest and more flavorful ways to prepare fish fillets. By wrapping the fish in a parchment paper package, the fish is cooked without losing any moisture and the steam given off during cooking condenses to create a … Continue reading
Since heating lemon juice gives it a metallic taste and takes away from its bright, fresh citrus flavor, it is better to squeeze fresh lemon wedges over the fish just before serving. INGREDIENTS: 4 Tilapia fillets Kosher Salt & freshly … Continue reading
The Art of Blending: Stories & Recipes from La Boîte’s Spice Journey by Lior Lev Sercarz of La Boîte á Epice Recipe By Eric Ripert, Le Bernardin, New York City Photograph by Thomas Schauer It took me about three years … Continue reading
This is my all time favorite dish to make for dinner parties. Your guests are sure to be impressed when their individual packages arrive at the table. It only takes minutes to prepare and can be done ahead of time … Continue reading
By Jennifer Clair. Ingredients 4 tablespoons Olive Oil or Coconut Oil 1 medium Onion, finely chopped 4 garlic Cloves, minced 1 tablespoon fresh Ginger, chopped 1 Jalapeno Pepper, finely minced 1 14-ounce can Coconut Milk (not “lite”), well shaken 1 … Continue reading
Jennifer Clair founded Home Cooking New York after years of working in the culinary industry. She worked as a Recipe Editor for The Wall Street Journal and as a Food Editor at Martha Stewart Living.
Viviana Varese, award winning Italian chef of Alice Ristorante in Milan, shares this creative fish recipe, using the tataki technique of searing, then chilling the fish, to seal in it’s flavor. You can use any thick filet of firm, low … Continue reading
Brad Goldfarb, a.k.a. “The Recipe Grinder,” is a freelance writer and editor and has appeared in a variety of publications, including Men’s Health, Marie Claire, & the Italian edition of Vanity Fair.
Brad, The Recipe Grinder, shows us how to make Cod, Sicilian-Style with Romanico Extra Virgin Arbequina Olive Oil and Grade A Saffron. Continue reading