Fish

Pescado Frito

July 27, 2010
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A crisp golden outside leads to moist, flaky, white fish on the inside. Fried fish is one of my favorite dishes for a weeknight dinner or a traditional Turkish Sephardic Shabbat or holiday lunch. For dinner, all you need to add is a crisp Greek salad, mashed potatoes or ‘macaron con queso’ (macaroni and cheese) […]

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California Style Ahi Tuna Nicoise Salad

May 15, 2010
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I call this California style Nicoise Salad, since I am using fresh Ahi Tuna instead of canned tuna. 

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How To Make Gefilte Fish

April 1, 2010

  My wonderful friend Suzette was so kind as to invite me to watch, help make, and film her mom making the holiday Gefilte fish.  Halina is a survivor from World War II,  her spunky personality, sharp wit, and generousity make it a pleasure to know her.  The recipe is posted on this blog.

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Helena’s Gefilte Fish

March 18, 2010
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Bite into a piece of Helena’s homemade gefilte fish.  The sweet, Polish style of this mild fish with a bit of eye opening beet colored horseradish will make you fall in love with gefilte fish. My friend Suzette’s mom, Helena is a treasure.  She is an octogenarian, lively, witty, sharp as a tack, and very […]

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Moroccan Salmon for Passover

March 14, 2010
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One of my dear friends and I were trading recipes and menus for the upcoming Passover holiday.  She explained her method for making Moroccan style salmon.  I have encountered many recipes for Moroccan style fish, but they usually include garbanzo beans and are made with white fish. This recipe contains neither

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