April 29, 2009

Delicious Dishes: Tilapia, Shellfish and Fish Recipes

Filed under: Tips,Advice,Ideas — hypeplug @ 4:48 pm

April 29, 2009

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O Should you really avoid ordering fish on Mondays?
O Emeril Green: Tilapia with Herbs
O Fish Main Dish Recipes
O Seafood Appetizers
O Shellfish Recipes
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Should you really avoid ordering fish on Mondays?

Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain proffered this advice to restaurant-goers. But food snobbery aside, are there real health risks to ordering the catch of the day on Mondays?

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Fish Main Dish Recipes

Fish is perhaps the healthiest of the main dishes. The “fishy” taste can vary depending on the type of fish, the preparation and the actual presentation.

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Seafood Appetizers

Seafood appetizers always seem to reel in the compliments from friends and family. Learn how to make all sorts of seafood appetizers, such as tuna schooners and devilish crab puffs.

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Shellfish Recipes

Shellfish are the typical fare served as a main dish in most higher-end restaurants and make up the “surf” part of a surf-and-turf cuisine. The most popular shellfish are lobster, crab, shrimp and scallops.


Emeril Green: Tilapia with Herbs

Grilled fish is great for any meal and it’s an especially healthy choice. Emeril Lagasse grills up some nice tilapia with herbs.


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