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- Julia Child
Mediterranean Grilled Whole Rockfish
The most mislabeled seafood in the United States is red snapper, which lives in the Gulf of Mexico. On the West Coast if you see "Red Snapper" in a fish store or on a menu, it's more likely rockfish. This is too bad, because rockfish are local, really tasty, and deserve to be well known. This delicious recipe from Food & Wine Magazine highlights the rich flavor and texture of rockfish with simple grilling that's perfect for warm evenings.
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Seared Abalone with Roasted Asparagus and Coke Farm Polenta
Whole seared abalone with a blistered cherry tomato, red onion and wine compote. I accompanied this with local asparagus and Coke Farm polenta. I would pair it with the wine you used in the compote. I go with a sauvignon blanc as my cooking wine for this dish.
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Smoked Carmel Canyon Black Cod Rillettes
Try this easy recipe for your next get together using our award-winning Smoked "Carmel Canyon" Black Cod, creme fraiche, cornichons, green onion, parsley, salt and pepper.
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Squid Ceviche
Wow! This dish is served cold and is almost like eating raw seafood. The squid is blanched to eliminate all health risks, but the cooking happens so quickly that it seems raw.  If you like ceviche, you'll find this to be easy, light, zesty, and refreshing!
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Mushroom Baked Petrale Sole
This recipe (originally shared on food.com) was sent to us by Real Good Fish member Riley H. who writes: We tried a new recipe for the petrale! It turned out great! Especially with a little jasmine rice and a salad on the side.
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Baked or Grilled Black Cod (Sablefish) Teriyaki
A quick, sweet and easy preparation for black cod, and a range of other species. This takes just minutes to make a delicious meal.
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Grilled White Seabass with Cajun Sweet Potatoes and Garlic Kale
This recipe is from the New Taste Journal. It includes a tasty marinade to use on the fish, which is great by itself, or follow the included links for the suggested side dishes - cajun sweet potatoes and garlic kale.  Serves 4.
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Pan-Seared Sea Bass with Citrus-Heirloom Tomato Vinaigrette
From brainfood blog: Seabass is very versatile to cook and does well with simply salt/pepper over the grill or under the broiler. It is on the drier side so marinades are nice or even just a coating of olive oil before grilling. I almost always cook it plainly then make some sort of sauce to put on it after, our kids love it that way. We love it with our spin on a traditional tartar sauce that is so simple; we just mix nonfat plain greek yogurt with relish (or capers) and mustard."
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Fresh Cod with Lemon Basil Glaze
This glaze is great for a variety of fish including black cod (sablefish), lingcod, grenadier and more. It adds a great flavor and only takes minutes to whip up. Other herbs substitute well when basil is not available, so be creative and enjoy!
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Thai Style Roasted Whole Fish
Utilizing the whole fish is common many places. Although it can be easier to use just fillets, utilizing the whole fish creates more opportunity for creativity and unlocks considerably more flavors.
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Grilled Mediteranean Yellowfin Tuna
Grilled Ahi doesn't need to be cooked very long. Most people prefer to sear the outside and leave the center warm, but not cooked all the way through. You'll love the taste and be surprised this fish isn't very fishy.
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