This dish always seems to get a "wow" when we serve it. It also takes less than 15 minutes to make, thanks to jarred Thai green curry paste, which is one of our pantry staples.
Salmon has become so prolific that it can often feel like a boring old staple. This recipe adds a lot of zing without too much work. It's great for a weekday meal or as the centerpiece of a dinner party.
There are so many wonderful variations to this dish. You can made it with halved cherry tomatoes in addition to or instead of the zucchini. It’s a great one-packet meal served alongside crusty bread.
Halibut holds up extremely well when paired with strong, bright flavors, like fresh herbs and coarsely ground breadcrumbs. This dish calls for the fish to be baked for eight minutes and then finished under the broiler for two minutes to make the crust extra-crispy and golden.
What makes this roll ideal is the combination of the lobster's sweetness, the brininess from the sea, creamy mayo, crunchy celery, and a warm toasted bun. It's quintessential New England comfort food.
This go-to burger recipe is incredibly easy to prepare and also tends to all of those burger lovers out there.
All you need for this recipe is high-quality butter, scallops, and a pan.
This is a classic dish of spaghetti dressed with clams steamed in white wine, seasoned with garlic and red pepper.
This no-fuss recipe allows the flavors of the tender and sweet shrimp to shine through — without breaking the pocketbook.
Big flavor from just a few simple ingredients. Grilling brings out the sweetness of bok choy, making it a terrific match for meaty swordfish steaks.