Find out the science behind ceviche and how to make it at home. Includes tips for type of fish, length of marinade time and doing make-ahead ceviche.
Everything you need to know about different kinds of white fish, including which are best for which recipes, and what can be substituted for what.
Did you forget to pull out something for dinner tonight? No problem. You can cook chicken and fish straight from the freezer if you follow our method.
This baked haddock recipe is so simple and delicious. There’s great flavor from fresh herbs and lemon, plus it’s ready to eat in no time.
Grilled salmon—yes, please! Here’s how to make sure it comes out juicy, tender, and delicious every time.
An absolute Southern classic, Fried Catfish is a delicious way to enjoy fish. The meat is tender and juicy, the coating is crisp and tasty, and the recipe, quick and easy.
A whole side of salmon is super grand and impressive, but super easy to make. Try it for your next lunch, brunch, or dinner!
This Baked Tilapia just might be the perfect dinner—it’s deliciously simple, quick and easy, but special enough for company.
Baked Asian Salmon is easy but elevated, thanks to a simple but super-flavorful marinade. And it’s one of my very, very favorite ways to enjoy salmon!
If you love seafood, this is the pasta for you. It’s brimming with clams, mussels, fish, scallops, and shrimp!
Salmon Poke Bowl is kind of a combo of sushi and ceviche. If you love them, you’ll love poke. It’s a little like both of those, but with a distinctively Hawaiian spin—plus it’s a great way to celebrate a pristine piece of salmon!
Can you cook breaded fish in the air fryer? Indeed you can! And without the fuss or muss of deep frying, it comes out crunchy and delicious.
Want to wow them at dinner? Make Creamy Spinach Stuffed Salmon—it’s elegant and impressive!
Leftover salmon? Not a problem. Here are 15 ways to enjoy every single bite.
Confused when you have to buy fish? Learn all about choosing the best possible fish fillets so you end up with the best fish dinner!
Poached salmon—there’s a reason this preparation is such a classic. It’s easy, elegant, and it really lets a good piece of salmon shine.