Did you eat fish sticks as a child? Over here, we’re on both sides of the fence. Half of the people wouldn’t touch them, the other half swore by them multiple times a week. Well, if the fish sticks of our yesteryears looked like this, there’s no doubt that we’d firmly be on the “yay”… Read More »
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Recipes & Blog Posts
You’ve heard of chicken marsala. You’ve heard of veal marsala. Maybe you’ve even heard of pork marsala. But fish marsala? Thanks to Dara, this idea is now a reality. By using a firm-fleshed, meaty white fish like barramundi, she ensures that the fish can stand up to the flavors of the sauce. Fillets of barramundi… Read More »
Sunny days, warm sand between our toes, and rolling waves crashing against the shore. Unless you live on the beach, you’re probably not enjoying the luxury of this kind environment every day. But, that doesn’t mean that you can’t eat like you are. Whether you’re eager for spring or prepping for swimsuit season…or just looking… Read More »
Pack your passport away because the flavors of this recipe will transport you to India in just about 15 minutes. Fillets of meaty, hearty, omega-3 rich barramundi are coated with curry powder and baked until flaky and tender. While the fish cooks, Lauren prepares a sauce out of ginger, shallots, and fire-roasted tomatoes to compliment… Read More »
It’s time to fire up the grill for a taste of Northern Africa in your own kitchen. Instead of using traditional chicken or lamb on these kabobs, Emily threads chunks of spice-coated barramundi onto skewers with vegetables then grills them until charred on the outside yet falling apart and tender. Barramundi is meaty enough to… Read More »
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