Friday, March 2, 2012

Week 8: Seafood Frenzy Friday

Welcome to Week 8 of Seafood Frenzy Friday where I select seafood recipes around 'foodie land' to showcase for all of you since I don't eat any fish myself.  Today I have ten new recipes for you to try. Simply click on the name of the recipe underneath the picture to be taken to the author's original post. 


While recently reading the March 2012 issue of Bon Appetit Magazine, I came across and article on Paul Greenberg, who is the author of the James Beard Award winning New York Times bestseller Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food and a regular contributor to The New York Times Magazine, Book Review, and Opinion Page.  He has also written for National Geographic MagazineGQThe Times(of London), Vogue, and many other publications. In the last five years he has been both a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellow and a W. K. Kellogg Foundation Food and Society Policy Fellow.and the upcoming The Fish Next Door. According to the article in B.A., Paul is cooking the following fish for his family, so you might want to jump on this bandwagon. 


1. Line Caught New England Haddock-no longer endangered, this flaky, white-fleshed fish makes the perfect fish and chips


2. U.S. Wild Gulf Shrimp-Look particularly for those from shrimpers like Lance Nacio of Terrebone Parish, LA, who used the money from the BP oil settlement to invest in better boat technology. You can order direct from Nacio at annamarieseafood.com 


3. Sockeye Salmon from Bristol Bay, Alaska-Greenberg calls this the last great wild salmon we have in this country. These filets take well to smoking or pan roasting and you can order online from wildforsalmon.com


4. Canned Anchovies-Use them as a base for rustic fish stews or puttanesca sauce


5. Farmed Oysters-He eats these on the half shell or dusted with cornmeal and fried and you can order online from fishersislandoysters.com




Enjoy!

16 comments:

  1. lovely Carrie~ they all look divine and your entire blog does to. I am going to be spending some extra time here~ Have a wonderful weekend my friend~ I had no idea you were doing Seafood Frenzy~love it!

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    1. Thank you so much Barbara, I'm glad you like it. Come back every Friday where I showcase new seafood recipes each week. Have a wonderful weekend too! xo

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  2. My favorite post of yours...the Seafood Friday Frenzy!!

    And I'm totally LOVING this look! Very sleek and classy!

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    1. Thank you so much Carrie, I'm glad you like it and that's the look I was going for! :) xo

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  3. Thanks for featuring my mahi-mahi. What a great roundup of seafood!

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    1. You're welcome Averie, it looks beautiful! Tune in each week as I post 10 new "finds" every Friday. Enjoy your weekend! :)

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  4. Thanks Carrie, you've picked some really wonderful dishes here! By the way, I love the new clean look to your site. Thanks for tips regarding the upcoming google changes. Oh yeah, I just added you to my blogroll (long overdue)!

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    1. You're welcome Sonali, I'm so glad you like it and thank you so much for the blogroll addition. I'll be updating mine next week as well and you are definitely on my list too. :)

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  5. Thanks for including me Carrie!!! The blog looks great!!!!xo :)

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    1. You're welcome Bia and thank you! It crashed this week so I had to do a redesign, I'm glad you like it! xo

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  6. I'm not a huge seafood fan but, these dishes look simply stunning. I'm bookmarking some to try some time. Great round-up!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, I'm glad you enjoy it!

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  7. I love that you do this round up each week, so many wonderful dishes, all in one spot! And the blog is looking great, a clean, crisp look!

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  8. I really enjoy seafood frenzy Fridays.

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