TIP OF THE DAY: Poach Your Proteins

[1] Poaching salmon is the easiest way to enjoy moist, tender fish, without cooking fish aromas. Here’s a recipe from Cooking Light. [2] Our favorite way to make beef tenderloin is to poach it. Here’s a recipe from Martha Stewart. [3] If you make chicken in a pot, or chicken soup with pieces of chicken,…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Summer Marinades For Fish

Top and Center: Fish, especially fillets, is delicate and thus easier to break and fall through the grates, unlike meats. The solution: a grill basket or grill pan, like these from Williams-Sonoma. Bottom: A different type of grilling basket from Sur La Table.   Summer begins today, officially at 6:34 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. It’s…
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TIP OF THE DAY: 5 Healthy Foods To Integrate Into your Diet

We don’t want National Nutriton Month (March) to roll away without sharing some healthy food recommendations. Whole grains are one of our favorite easy switches and there are lists and lists of others. These five foods were nominated by Healthy Steps by Jokari. They’re easy to integrate into your diet. Walnuts. A rich source of…
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ISSUE: Watch Out For Farmed Salmon & Norwegian Salmon

A salmon farm. Photo courtesy Monterey Aquarium. Farmed fish is controversial for numerous reasons, but one is threatening the wild salmon population. There are concerns that in another generation, there may be no more wild salmon. Millions of farmed salmon, raised in pens along coastlines, escape each year (due to equipment failure, extreme weather conditions…
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