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French Recipes Seafood

Salmon with Pernod

Salmon fillet baked with subtle flavours of anise and fennel and a buttery Pernod sauce. One of the best ways to experience French culture is by shopping at the outdoor markets and specialty shops found throughout France. The vibrant colours and aromas are sure to please the senses. Listening to the vendors and shoppers speaking…

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French Recipes Seafood Thai

French-Thai Fusion Garlic Shrimp

East meets west with this mouth-watering fusion shrimp dish.

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Chinese Recipes Seafood

Salmon with Szechuan Peanut Sauce

Salmon filets are marinated and baked in a rich spicy sauce with peanuts.

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Canadian Recipes Seafood

Maple Glazed Salmon

Simple, quick, light, yummy and healthy are a few magic words that should sell you on this recipe.

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Canadian Recipes Seafood

Baked Haddock in Mushroom Cheese Sauce

A maritime favourite, this easy-to-make dish is easily adaptable to other white fish or cheese varieties. A maritime favourite, this easy-to-make dish is easily adaptable to other white fish or cheese varieties.

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Chinese Recipes Seafood

Kung Pao Shrimp

A take-out favourite, the Szechuan Kung Pao is more commonly a chicken dish but this westernized shrimp version is sure to satisfy your taste buds. Walking through Chinatown in most major western cities is like a detour to the far east.  There is a sensory overload: overlapping signs in Chinese and English compete for your…

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American Canadian Recipes Seafood

Broiled Lobster Tails

A simple, quick and fail-proof way to serve lobster; broiled with garlic, butter and seasoning. The less pricey small tails are easier to handle and broil in just a few minutes. If you’re a lobster fan like me, I am sure you’d eat it more often but it’s not readily available for us that don’t…

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American Recipes Seafood

Seafood Seasoning

This simple mixture makes a great substitute for the popular brand name Old Bay Seasoning.

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American Canadian Recipes Seafood

Salmon on a Cedar Plank

Plank cooking originates with the indigenous people of North America in the region that is now the U.S. Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, Canada.  Tribes living near the mighty rivers flowing from the coastal mountains to the Pacific, traditionally enjoyed their abundant natural resources.  Migrating Pacific salmon were often caught with spears then placed on…

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Italian Recipes Seafood

Salmon with Penne & Vodka Cream Sauce

There have been lots of variations on this recipe over the years but you may find this offers a nice balance while being chocked full of salmon. [yumprint-recipe id=’23’]