Holland America Line debuts three new dishes from Chef Ethan Stowell that were developed in alliance with the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute.
Holland America Line is partnering with Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute to highlight the line’s commitment to sustainably sourced local seafood.
Alaska is a must-see destination on the fishing bucket list of millions. Now is a great time to experience the idyllic bliss of the Alaskan wilderness.
Any firm fish such as Mahi Mahi, tuna, halibut, or shark could be substituted for the swordfish. Please note this recipe requires advance preparation.
Guests on Princess Cruises’ Alaska voyages can now enjoy an immersive destination-dining experience with its “Wild for Alaska Seafood” program.
This Malaysian seafood dish features serranos, but piquins may be substituted if you would like to experience a little more heat.
The salsa recipe for this barbecued halibut is courtesy of the National Watermelon Promotion Board and the Walla Walla Sweet Onion Marketing Committee.
This recipe is a second version of the Ecuadorian specialty. The fish can be served as an appetizer or as a main dish for a refreshing summer meal. It is traditionally served with maiz tostada (toasted corn) or popcorn on the side. Note: This recipe requires advance preparation. Ceviche with […]
Seabear Smokehouse bills these Scalibut Cakes as “A deliciously rich combination of Alaskan Scallops and Halibut, plus hand selected herbs and spices, in an easy to serve seafood cake.”
This Jamaican dish is traditionally prepared with whole fish this recipe uses haddock snapper fillets so guests don’t need to worry about bones.