Spices, sauces, and banana leaves… From the Arctic to the Caribbean and from the Midwest to coastal cities - everyone eats seafood with their own cultural spin.

Camarofongo
Shrimp is incredibly versatile. Cook it in a criolla salsa, add some mashed plantains and you got yourself a traditional Puerto Rican dish that’s sure to transport you to the beaches of San Juan.
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Curried Coconut-Seafood Soup
A cross between a soup and a curry, the rassa (a cross between a soup and a curry) is spiked with coconut milk and laden with mussels and shrimp. A perfect pairing to a brisk fall evening.
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Aromatic Swordfish Steaks
Move over jerk chicken! This aromatic jerk swordfish dish will have you feeling like a Caribbean chef in no time. (Bob Marley tunes are highly recommended)
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Korean Miso and Honey Glazed Cod
Salmon isn’t the only fish that deserves the sweet, tangy, sticky deliciousness of the Korean culture. This Korean Miso and Honey Glazed Cod will have you licking your fingers.
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Asian Flounder
Using a microwave to make a delicious fish meal? Yep! Checkout this quick and easy Asian Flounder recipe that will have your taste buds going wild. Oh and, start thinking about what you’ll do with all that free time.
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Sea Scallop Tiradito
Tiradito is a Peruvian ceviche-style dish. Grab the freshest sea scallops you can find and get ready to make magic happen.
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Grilled Salmon with North African Flavors
Flavor your salmon with an aromatic North African herb paste called chermoula that can be used as both a marinade and a sauce (double-trouble).
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Hawaiian Halibut
Transform your next Halibut meal into a delectable Hawaiian dish that you and your family simply won’t be able to get enough of.
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