FOOD FUN: Deconstructed Ceviche & The Different Types Of Raw Fish Dishes

[1] Deconstructed ceviche at Seviche | Louisville. [2] A trio of ceviches with different mixes of seafood and vegetables, from Chef Ingrid Hoffmann. [3] Sea bass ceviche with traditional ingredients from Coya | London. [4] Tiradito: a fusion preparation with sashimi-cut fish and a non-traditional garnish (fried capers), at Raymi | NYC.   June 28th…
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FOOD HOLIDAY RECIPE: Ceviche-Stuffed Avocado

June 28th is National Ceviche Day, honoring one of our favorite foods. If you’re a sashimi lover and haven’t tried ceviche, today’s the day. Another reason to eat lots of ceviche: It’s a low calorie, good-for you lunch or first course. And it’s been nourishing man since ancient times. THE HISTORY OF CEVICHE Ceviche—shellfish cured…
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TIP OF THE DAY & FOOD HOLIDAY: National Ceviche Day

Ceviche with a fried plaintain garnish. Photo courtesy Chef Todd English | MXDC.   The third annual National Ceviche Day is June 28th. The holiday started in Peru, where ceviche is the national dish. Ceviche, seafood served chilled, is delicious any time of the year, but is especially refreshing in summer. It’s a great dish:…
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