Browse our collection of 23 canned tuna recipes to find lunch and dinner ideas for the whole family, including salads, pasta dishes, sandwiches, casseroles, and more.
Cod is available year-round and can be cooked in many ways, including baked, broiled, poached, and seared. It's a great choice for dinner in any of our favorite cod recipes, including baked fish and chips, slow cooker fish curry, and cod with potatoes and tomatoes.
There are so many delicious ways to enjoy this versatile fish, as evidenced by our wide collection of recipes.
Give trout a chance! Whether you choose fresh or smoked, the underrated, affordable fish makes a delicious lean-protein dinner.
Late-summer corn adds just the right amount of sweetness to this creamy salmon chowder. Serve with oyster crackers, or larger Vermont common crackers.
This recipe for Martha's Favorite Tuna Salad Sandwich makes a healthy meal for lunch or dinner.
A beautifully poached piece of salmon is clean tasting and light. There's only one rule: Don't overcook.
Ask your fishmonger to clean soft-shell crabs for you so you can cook the seasonal delights to crisp perfection. Keep in mind that the crustaceans should be cooked no more than six hours after purchase.
Whole-roasting works well for any one-to-three-pound round fish such as snapper, perch, cod,Arctic char, bass, sea bream, and haddock. Add five to eight minutes to the roasting time for two-to-three-pound fish.
Our classic New England recipe is an ideal introduction to lobster rolls. Once you've mastered it, check out our regional takes below. Whichever version you choose, pair it with a chilled rose or crisp lager.