Here in New England, Baked Cod with Cracker Topping is a staple meal, especially on Fridays. It is served in most restaurants and many homes on a regular basis. We do love our seafood here. Sometimes I make it with a bit of an Italian style twist and that is the recipe I’m sharing with you today in honor of National Seafood Month. It is quick and easy to make, so perfect for busy families.
This post brought to you by Seafood Nutrition Partnership. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Mom Foodie. This simple Curried Sea Bass with Blistered Tomatoes is just one example of how easy it can be to incorporate more seafood into your diet. Most… [read more]
Growing up in New England (Rhode Island, “The Ocean State” to be exact), I’ve eaten my fair share of seafood. That is a good thing, since as most of us know, fish is good for you. It’s a lean protein and a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Seafood has even been shown to assist in brain development.
Classic Mediterranean flavors rarely fail. This simple Saffron Fish recipe elevates Mahi Mahi, into a healthful and delicious meal. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pompeian. I have a tendency to cook one of two ways, I either pile on… [read more]
This Spicy Orange Tuna with Zucchini was an impromptu recipe I created for dinner tonight. I’d picked up tuna yesterday afternoon, and wanted something quick, easy & plenty spicy. This fit the bill. This marinate may seem a bit heavy on the Sambal Olek hot… [read more]
Mix up dinner tonight with this fun Fish & Chips on-a-stick recipe! Here in Southern New England fish & Chips on Wednesdays and Fridays are sort of a tradition (Why those two days in particular, I really don’t know). The problem is most of the… [read more]