Chef Paul Prudhomme made blackened fish popular, including the red snapper version. Although tasty, preparing this dish at home can set off smoke alarms.
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Marinated Snapper, Peruvian-Style
This marinated snapper ceviche is different from the others because the spicy chile-vegetable mixture is spread on the fish after it has finished “cooking.”
Jamaican Spicy Red Snapper
This Jamaican dish is traditionally prepared with whole fish this recipe uses haddock snapper fillets so guests don’t need to worry about bones.
Tantalizing Catfish (Amok)
Cambodian cooking (including catfish) is very similar to Thai cooking, which shares the influence of Vietnam, China and Indonesia.
Commercial Fishing Captain Pays $22,300 to Settle Federal Fisheries Case with NOAA
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the NOAA announced a settlement agreement with a commercial fishing captain
El Mercado del Mar in La Cruz, Nayarit
Contrary to popular belief—El Mercado del Mar—the seafood market at the town of La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit does not smell “fishy.”
A Seafood Society in South Florida
Seafood was the driving force behind the only prehistoric culture in the world that evolved without agriculture: the Calusa chiefdom in south Florida.
Singapore Fish Head Curry
Although it does not sound particularly appetizing, this Singapore Fish Head Curry, transformed a bit by Malaysian ingredients, is truly delicious.
Catfish: The Pigs of the Sea
The Mekong Catfish above is a good example of why some catfish and groupers are called “the pigs of the sea.” Freshness is the key to Asian seafood.
Sizzling Seafood Part Two
Almost every culture has their variety of piquant seafood, from Jamaican pepper shrimp to Creole shrimp and andouille jambalaya to Filipino hot and sour soup.