Lemongrass-Poached Alaska Halibut
Recipe Courtesy of Wild Alaska Seafood and Chef Erik Slater"The clean and bright combination of lemongrass and ginger with this broth makes an incredibly light and flavorful dish.  Perfect for warm days and cold beers on the Mekong…or the Yukon!  Goes great with Cauliflower Cilantro Puree and roasted/grilled vegetables!”-Chef Erik Slater
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Spicy Shrimp Cevice
This recipe from Gumbo Love is courtesy of Lucy Buffett. It is a simple way to impart great flavor when cooking peeled shrimp.“It takes only a few minutes, so be careful not to overcook the shrimp. Poaching lets them absorb the flavors from the poaching liquid, which is called court bouillon in fancy French cooking and typically uses wine. Staying in step with my beloved Gulf Coastal, Caribbean, and Mexican influences, I use tequila or rum!” — Lucy Buffett 
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Lemongrass-Poached Alaska Halibut
Recipe Courtesy of Wild Alaska Seafood and Chef Erik Slater"The clean and bright combination of lemongrass and ginger with this broth makes an incredibly light and flavorful dish.  Perfect for warm days and cold beers on the Mekong…or the Yukon!  Goes great with Cauliflower Cilantro Puree and roasted/grilled vegetables!”-Chef Erik Slater
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Pears
This recipe is extremely simple, yet elegant. This alternative to rich, unhealthy desserts will satisfy your sweet tooth, but leave you feeling light.
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salmon
Perfectly cooked fish is, well, sexy. This simple technique will yield a perfectly cooked, silky, and decadent piece of salmon. Just be patient with this method, and like all good things, it will pay off in the end. Make sure you use the absolute freshest and highest quality salmon available. I recommend using wild king salmon, preferably center-cut portions.  — PICNIC LA Executive Chef, Alex Resnick
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Parmesan
If I do say so myself, this recipe is damn good. It was so good, in fact, that the second it was ready, we inhaled the entire thing, putting our forks down only onto empty (nearly licked) dishes, and then realized we’d forgotten to take pictures (hence the lovely stock photo you see). But trust me, the delicately pink poached salmon looks beautiful atop white rice dotted with Parmesan and bright red cherry tomatoes. It’s light, but has tons of flavor; it’s buttery, but doesn’t feel fatty; and it’s not that difficult to make. There are two main parts to think about: the rice, which can be all but left alone, and the salmon poaching which takes a bit more hand holding. I took my poaching cues from the one and only Eric Ripert, making them my own with white wine instead of vermouth and leaving out other steps and ingredients. But still, why not learn from the best? Just be prepared that whomever you make this for will request it the next night, and the next night…  Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story.
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If you’re looking for a recipe that screams indulgence than look no further. You have a buttery lobster made with Land O’ Lakes butter and al-dente pasta — it does not get better than that.
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Poached Chicken
Here's a basic poached chicken recipe that you can use to make a wealth of chicken dishes throughout the week. Plus, you also get a rich broth that's better than the boxed versions at the store; freeze it for future use. Click here to see 1 Chicken Recipe, 5 Meals.
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Butter Poached Lobster
Hurricane Irene was no joke for lots of people, but huddled up housewatching out on Long Island during the storm, things could have been worse. There was a full fridge, there was power, and there were lobsters. Inspired by Ruth Bourdain's tweet on the #Irene hashtag ("If, like me, you forgot to stock up on butter-poached lobster for #Irene, you're totally f#cking screwed. Per Se is closing for the weekend") I decided to fight the weather with a simple butter poached lobster. You know, some people just don't have their priorities straight. Now, no one's making any claims that you're going to be able to blindfold Thomas Keller and trick him into thinking he's eating his own fare, and there's not much complication to the recipe, but it's pretty damn tasty, and if you can make it during a hurricane, well, you could pretty much make it anywhere. You know?
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Chef Kim creates a depth of flavor with his Scottish salmon by poaching it in a celery, lemongrass, and white wine liquid that’s been infused with lemon and lime peels. It’s sprinkled with an herb-bacon crust to give a fresh and crunchy finish.  
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Poached shrimp are so light and refreshing, and no additional fat also makes them healthy. Serve these as a party appetizer with classic cocktail sauce, or make an entrée out of any salad.Many recipes call for shrimp with the shell on. In this case, I've opted for shrimp without the shell to save time and eliminate the need to peel the shrimp after cooking.
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