Category: Seafood

Feb 13

Fish Congee

Everything you need to know about Congee Congee is a slow cooked rice porridge eaten in many Asian countries. It can be flavoured with seafood, pork, chicken, vegetables or whatever is on hand. You can serve soy sauce, sesame oil, green onions and peanuts in individual bowls, allowing everyone to add their own toppings. “The …

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Jan 13

Pork and Shrimp Fried Rice

Chinese New Year recipe: Rice as a symbol of good fortune Rice is an integral part of the Chinese New Year celebratory meal. Representing fertility, luck and wealth, it is the cornerstone of many iconic dishes. What’s more, with its stickiness representing the family bond, rice is an ideal part of a meal shared between …

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Aug 18

Make way for new burger classics

Nothing feels more like a summer day than dining outdoors and enjoying a juicy, hand-pressed patty, topped with ‘dill’-icious and tangy garnishes between softly toasted buns. Give your burger an irresistible makeover with some creative twists on classic recipes. From buttery lobster claws to sweet mango slices, launch your taste buds on a mouth-watering journey …

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Aug 13

Crab, Corn and Mozzarella Toasts

Make this crab and mozzarella appetizer your “toast” to summer This simple and stylish canapé brings together the sweet flavours of crab and corn with sumptuous stretch mozzarella. Serve these toasts family-style at your next summer get-together to impress your guests. Crab, Corn and Mozzarella Toasts Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 5 minutes Makes …

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Sep 01

Rosemary Maple Bacon Wrapped Sea Scallops

Entertain this summer with succulent seafood The stress of entertaining can get in the way of making the most of time with friends and family. To make sure your summer festivities go off without a hitch, here are some stress-free entertaining tips: Whenever possible, prepare food in advance. Purchase, chop and marinate the evening before …

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Aug 27

Lobster and Potato Salad

Whether you’re hosting a poolside party or backyard barbecue, finding quick and easy recipes for your outdoor entertaining is the key to a stress free gathering. Here’s a delicious, easy to prepare lobster recipe from Halifax’s Clearwater Seafoods that will help you beat the summer heat as an appetizer or main dish. Lobster and Potato …

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Aug 27

Barbecued Lobster with red pepper and lime butter

You can impress your friends and family this summer with this delicious and healthy barbecued lobster recipe. In fact, lobster is an appetizing and very nutritious barbecue option as it contains less cholesterol, calories, and saturated fats than typical grilling choices such as lean beef, pork, and chicken. This fun summer recipe from Halifax’s Clearwater …

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Aug 18

Mussels with balsam fir and salt roasted pearl onions: 100% Sustainable, 100% Delicious

As the world population grows, so does the demand for seafood – but our oceans cannot keep up. Our love of the fruits of the sea is putting enormous pressure on the marine environment and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is doing their part to help you learn about the issues. According to a 2010 …

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Jul 18

Poached salmon and boxty

Did you know that most Canadians feel it’s important that the fish and other seafood they buy comes from sustainable sources? According to the World Wildlife Fund – Canada, serving and sourcing sustainable seafood is easier than you think. Fresh, tasty and sustainable options found at many local grocers are sourced from Marine Stewardship Council …

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Nov 22

Chili Lemongrass Poached Hoki

Delight with Chili Lemongrass Poached Hoki (NC) Lemongrass, chilies and coriander sprigs (including stems) create an aromatic broth in which to poach mild hoki. Reducing the broth after poaching concentrates the flavour. Look for certified sustainable eco-labels on products, such as The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) which confirms the seafood product has come from a …

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