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    Fabulous Fish!

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    A wonderful way to use leftover roasted salmon! Serve roasted salmon in the beginning of the week, making enough to have leftovers. Then a few days later, serve this delicious meal! Adapted from Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller,Method's of Heat.

    Recipe #292590

    I have not made this, but I dream of a balmy day in Jamaica, stopping at a roadside stand and eating this. The saltcod needs to soak overnight, so start this the day before eating. Good for breakfast or brunch with crackers, or even a party snack! Adapted from Bon Appetit. Enjoy!

    Recipe #270465

    A fillet of lightly cured salmon hinting of ginger, coriander, and Szechwan peppercorn. Cured salmon is surprisingly easy to make! A piece of plastic wrap and a few day's patience is all that's required. Adapted from the China Moon Cookbook. Cooking time is marinating time.

    Recipe #257285

    Here is a simple appetizer that is popular and easy to make and will appeal to even those who are not ceviche aficionados. Ceviche of many types are popular in Peru. This can also be served as a light lunch, served on crusty French or Italian rolls. Adapted from Spirit of the Earth(Cultural Expeditions).

    Recipe #247002

    A recipe that was served at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida. Adapted from Recipes from Historic America by Linda and Steve Bauer. Great book! Here's a little history: As a young man in 1925, George E. Merrick saw the vision of a magnificent hotel on Florida's east coast. He joined forces with Biltmore hotel magnate John McEntee Bowman at the height of the Florida land boom to build a grand hotel. After 10 months and $10 million, the Biltmore debuted in January 1926 with an inaugural celebration that attracted people from Northern cities on trains marked "Miami Biltmore Specials". Champagne flowed while guests fox-trotted to the sounds of jazz. The "American Rivera" resort attracted many of the world's rich and famous (and infamous). Bing Crosby, Ginger Rogers, Judy Garland, Al Capone, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, and assorted Roosevelts and Vanderbilts all stayed there frequently. Fashion shows, gala balls and weddings became routine events. World-class golf tournaments soon followed. Born in the Jazz Age, the hotel often hosted Big Bands to entertain its wealthy, well-traveled visitors. The Biltmore survived the Depression by offering aquatic galas at its grand pool - these events kept the hotel in the spotlight and drew crowds. Thousands would visit on a Sunday afternoon to enjoy synchronized swimmers, bathing beauties and alligator wrestling. High-diving star Jackie Ott performed from an 85-foot platform. Before making a name for himself in Hollywood, Johnny Weissmuller broke a world record at the Biltmore pool, where he also served as a swimming instructor. As with several large hotels in America during World War II, the War Department converted the Biltmore to a hospital. It served the wounded as the Army Air Forces Regional Hospital. They sealed many of the windows with concrete and covered the marble floors with linoleum. This early encounter with medicine evolved after the war as the Biltmore became the site of the University of Miami's School of Medicine. Later, the Biltmore functioned as a VA hospital until 1968. The City of Coral Gables was granted ownership control of the hotel in 1973, through the Historic Monuments Act and Legacy of Parks program. While local government pondered its future, the Biltmore remained unoccupied for nearly 10 years until the decision was made to restore it. Four years and $55 million later, the Biltmore reopened.

    Recipe #238945

    A lovely way to serve salmon with a decidedly Scandinavian twist!

    Recipe #235117

    Adapted from The Culinary Institute of America: Grilling Cookbook, the seasoning make it so good! Topped with Southwestern slaw and chipotle pico de gallo, it's a meal to remember! The recipes calls for grilling. If you need to use a grill pan and cook indoors.

    Recipe #222240

    Tasty little nibbles for your sweet little kitty! Freeze in zip-top bags, or refrigerate in an airtight container for up to three days. Who knows, you may like this too! Adapted from Delicious Living magazine.

    Recipe #206088

    From the Essential Eating Well Cookbook, these are so tasty!

    Recipe #200969

    From the new Foodnetwork show Nigella Feasts, this is infused with wonderful flavor! If you can't find sake, you may substitute another wine(such as plum).

    Recipe #191044

    Oh so good! Adapted from Cooking Live.

    Recipe #187841

    Millet is crunchy and quick cooking, and is a good source of fiber and plant protein. It contains potassium, B vitamins, folate, iron, magnesium, copper and zinc. Yummy! Adapted from Prevention magazine.

    Recipe #188537

    This is a Japanese dish with a Spanish twist, that is so good and really special if served with Roasted Sweet and Sour Onions. Adapted from Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #183259

    A great recipe from the big island of Hawaii! Courtesy of Eileen Goltz.

    Recipe #102875

    The mushrooms and syrup give this dish an intense flavor! Adapted from Food&Wine magazine. The recipe for Recipe#181240 is posted separately. To use the syrup in this recipe, use 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #181416

    A tip top way to serve the humble tuna!

    Recipe #179301

    This wonderful dish was prepared by chef Willie White of New Brunswick, Canada's incredible Algonquin Hotel.

    Recipe #176084

    Use a firm white fish such as halibut, bass, or mahimahi in this delicious Moroccan classic. Adapted from Cooking Light magazine. Great served with Basmati rice. The fish needs to marinate 30 minutes.

    Recipe #168361

    A delicious sandwich you can make up in minutes! Adapted from BHG magazine.

    Recipe #166120

    Adapted from Healthy Women's magazine, this dish has plenty of flavor!

    Recipe #158351

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