Category Archives: seafood

Shrimp Tacos

It’s hot outside. I understand that here in Maine, my idea of “heat” doesn’t compare to you Southerners and Californians and whatnot, but it’s HOT. I don’t know about you, but cooking is not high on my priority list at … Continue reading

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Seafood Paella

My dad came to visit us after we moved to our new place, and I knew I wanted to spend some time cooking with him. He’s the one who taught me to experiment in the kitchen and not to stress … Continue reading

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Roasted Shrimp with Peppers & Lemon

I’ve been focusing on sweets a lot lately here on TPF so I thought I’d change things up a bit. This is a super easy recipe that I saw in Real Simple magazine. It’s one of the few magazines I … Continue reading

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Not Your Mama’s Tuna Noodle Casserole

I should preface this post by saying that as a child, I would never have eaten tuna noodle casserole. As an adult, I would most likely not bother to waste my calories on a tuna noodle casserole made from condensed … Continue reading

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Baked Salmon with Roasted Peppers

Hot on the heels of my “Fishing Fair” post, here’s a recipe using a fish that is readily available from sustainable fisheries.  Using this guide from the Monterrey Bay Aquarium, it’s easy to look up the fish you’re interested in … Continue reading

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Fishing Fair

So my husband is a brilliant fisherman and a fantastic person.  He also happens to be The Mad Trouter.  He found The End of the Line, a film that reveals “the impact of overfishing on our oceans”.  They also have a … Continue reading

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Throw Together Pasta: Version 3

We do love our pasta around here, and I’m all about putting together meals with food we’ve already got on hand, even when we have house guests.  My mom and aunt were visiting again, and last time, I made butternut … Continue reading

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Fish Chowder

It took me a while to find a soup that was “different” enough to get me out of my current soup rut, yet still make both Andrew and I happy.  While I was searching around on the Crockpot Lady’s blog, … Continue reading

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Cajun Salmon Caesar Salad

When I worked in Cleveland, various people in the office would order lunch every day.  Once in a while, I’d order something, but for the most part, I brought my lunch every day.  Some of the more common take-out haunts … Continue reading

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Spicy Shrimp & Rice

This is one of those meals that, if I don’t feel like cooking, Andrew can put together in 20 minutes.  If you don’t care for spice, you can skip the red pepper all together – garlicky shrimp is a close … Continue reading

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