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Zesty Scallops

Zesty Scallops

A little bit tangy. A little bit spicy. This scallop recipe is sure to please!

August 2013
Listed under: Entrées, Seafood
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Maple Salmon

Maple Salmon

Heart healthy salmon in a sweet, delicious glaze.

August 2013
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Tilapia Oreganato

Tilapia Oreganato

A delicious fish recipe, full of heart-healthy omega-3s!

January 2013
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Crab Dip

A delicious dip for an appetizer or light snack.

June 2012
Listed under: Appetizers, Seafood, Snacks
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Garlic Shrimp

Garlic Shrimp

A simple, delicious light meal!

May 2012
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Fish in the Fireplace

Fish in the Fireplace

Grilling’s not just for summer! Enjoy your favorite fish over the open flame of your fireplace!

November 2011
Listed under: Entrées, Seafood
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Grilled Fish Tacos

Grilled Fish Tacos

Healthy, mouth-watering fish tacos, the perfect flavor for summer.

June 2011
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Seared Scallops with Sweet Potato Purée

Seared Scallops with Sweet Potato Purée

Delicious seared scallops with pureéd sweet potatoes in a delicious passion fruit tomato sauce.

May 2011
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Blackened Swordfish Panini with Curry Mayo

A spicy taste treat – swordfish with curry mayonnaise, tomatoes, peppers, and watercress.

March 2011
Listed under: Entrées, Seafood
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