Tag Archives: Fish and Seafood

What’s Cookin’ – Fish Chowder (Revisited)

One of my earliest What’s Cookin’ posts was for Fish  Chowder.  I shared my story about my earliest memories eating Clam Chowder and then eating the good stuff once I lived in New England. This is an easy soup to … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Savory Pies

I love pie.  I love dessert pies, and I love savory pies, too.  When I visited my sister in Minnesota last month, she made Ina Garten’s Chicken Pot Pie.  If you like Chicken Pot Pie, you will have to try … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Easy Baked Fish Filets

This is one of those recipes that I make off the top of my head.  When I was a working mom, it was something that I could make in a hurry, since it only takes a few minutes to put … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Kathie’s Fish Tacos

After the birth of my twins, I had the good fortune to join an organization of mothers (now parents) of twins.  I have met many amazing women in this club and continue to serve on its Board some 20 years … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Tuna Noodle Casserole

It’s Lent!  That means it’s time to for many of us to eat fish on Fridays which conjures up images of salmon cakes, fish sticks, and tuna noodle casserole. I always loved fish, but I’m from the Midwest so growing … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Sautéed Tilapia with Garlic Lemon Sauce

Many of the restaurants, particularly the Italian ones, in our home town feature several chicken and fish entrees served with a really yummy lemon sauce.  Sometimes the sauce includes garlic and sometimes it includes cheese and sometimes it includes both.  However … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Maryland Crab Cakes & Jalapeño Cream

I lived in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 1980s while I was in my 20s.  I loved New England and developed a great love for many things while I lived there – our early American history, the ocean, maniacal driving, mass transit.  … Continue reading

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