Petrale Sole Roll Ups

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on September 13, 2012

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Try a different fish this year for Rosh Hashanah if you are adventurous.  I made this the other night and it was all consumed [click to continue…]



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Fish Tacos

January 24, 2012
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A mild grilled taste mixed with the flavor of roasted corn and bite of pico de gallo, all enlivened with a splash of fresh lime juice, I love fish tacos.  Living in Southern California one becomes acquainted with fish tacos as part of the local cuisine.  My oldest son recounts his first time eating fish […]

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Pescado con Huevo Limon

April 15, 2011
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Growing up in Seattle made me aware that Pacific Northwest fresh Halibut comes into season and is available at the Pikes Place Market just in time for Passover. My Nona and mom always made a light lemony, creamy looking Egg Lemon Sauce for Passover fish.

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Salmon with Pea Tendrils

February 18, 2011
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Two weeks ago when my sisters were visiting, both escaping to California from their snowy, rainy, wintery climes, we took Nona out to lunch.  We drove a little north of Los Angeles,

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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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