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Take Matters Into Your Own Hands with our New Guide to Home Butchery

  The meat case is one of the most confusing areas of the supermarket. You likely need the butcher's help deciphering the labels and identifying various cuts of meat in order to know what you are ...

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Easy and Elegant Sesame Seared Tuna

Chefs are a lot alike in many respects. We like to work in a kitchen that offers us opportunities to learn. Many of us have had more jobs throughout our careers than people in other professions ...

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Finding Fresh Fish

Growing up, summer started when Dad brought home the first catch. Striped bass grilled in foil over a bed of sliced zucchini and summer squash was and still is a staple for family dinners. This would ...

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An Exercise in Pescetarianism

At the end of December, I decided to go vegetarian for the month of January. And, to be completely honest with you, I technically I opted for pescetarianism, since I allowed myself to eat fish on ...

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How I Became Brave Enough to Cook Fish

I am a forgetful person. No matter what I do, I can’t seem to overcome it. No matter how many post it notes I make or how many ‘reminder’ apps I download for my phone, I will forget something.

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Gone Fishing: How to Grill and Fry Fish

When I was a little girl, my father would often take my siblings and I fishing during the summer. We usually would go to my Uncle Paul’s pond in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Uncle Paul had a catfish bait ...

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We're Hooked on Fish

Not fond of fish? It could be because the fish you've tried wasn't very good, or perhaps you weren't exactly sure how to cook it. In fact, finding good fish in the Midwest used to be a challenge. But ...

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Falling for Red Snapper Hook, Line & Sinker

I've become a bit obsessed with red snapper this summer. It was readily available when I vacationed in Vieques, Puerto Rico, where I enjoyed whole red snapper both fried and grilled.

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Line Not Long Enough? Try Community Supported Fishing

The concept of “Community Supported” is everywhere these days. The one that is most familiar is Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, where individuals can buy a share of weekly or monthly goods ...

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That’s Peachy: The Sequel

It’s that time of the year again. As we head into summer, peach season begins!

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