Skewers of shrimp, summer squash, red and green bell peppers and onion basted in a garlicky butter flavored with fresh herbs, balsamic vinegar and sun-dried tomatoes.
Flavored with a mixture of melted butter, tomato and a spicy, Creole seasoning blend, these baked catfish fillets make a quick and easy dinner.
This fast shrimp and snap pea stir fry has a flavorful sauce made with orange juice, dried orange peel and sherry that's great for serving over rice.
A large stockpot is all you need to make a delicious, New England-style clambake complete with lobster, clams, mussels, sausage, potatoes and corn.
This ceviche recipe is a easy, light appetizer made with tequila and lime marinated shrimp and bay scallops, fresh oranges, jalapeno peppers and cilantro.
To complement their sweet, succulent flavor, these pan-seared scallops are served atop a bed of creamy grits with bacon, sautéed onion and fresh corn.
Center-cut salmon fillets rubbed with brown sugar, salt and pepper and grilled on a cedar plank are deliciously moist and have a mild smoke flavor.
Our take on traditional, Maryland-style crab cakes seasoned with Old Bay and served with easy-to-make versions of both tartar and cocktail sauce.
Topped with a warm, fresh salsa made with tomatoes, capers, red onion and parsley, these simple oven-roasted snapper fillets make a deliciously easy and healthful entree.
This simple but elegant pasta dish combines linguine with a light sauce made with lump crabmeat, fresh tomatoes, butter and white wine.
Restaurant-style sesame crusted tuna is a quick and easy dish to make at home and requires just a handful of ingredients. Serve with fresh salad greens, steamed rice and soy sauce and wasabi for dipping.
A light, flavorful taco filled with sautéed shrimp and a fresh salsa made with corn, tomato, avocado, jalapeño, cilantro and lime.
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