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Learn How To Butcher, Smoke and Can a Whole Fish with Chef Neil Davidson

Learn How To Butcher, Smoke and Can a Whole Fish with Chef Neil Davidson

Wild salmon season’s in full swing. Through CUESA and Urban Kitchen SF, Stephanie Rosenbaum learns from chef Neil Davidson and fishing expert Maria Finn how to fillet, cure, can, and smoke whole salmon and black cod.

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Kitchen Window: A Guide to Grilling Beyond ‘Dude Food’

Kitchen Window: A Guide to Grilling Beyond ‘Dude Food’

| June 12, 2013 | 1 Comment

As Father’s Day approaches, you can remind Dad that there’s more to Father’s Day grilling than just cheeseburgers.

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How To Clean Up Fish Farms And Raise More Seafood At The Same Time

How To Clean Up Fish Farms And Raise More Seafood At The Same Time

| June 6, 2013 | 1 Comment

Coastal fish farms are a major source of the seafood we eat, but all the fish waste they generate takes a toll on the environment. So a researcher in Canada is trying to clean up fish farms by creating an ecosystem where fish waste gets taken up by other valuable seafood commodities, like shellfish and kelp.

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Go Fish (Somewhere Else): Warming Oceans Are Altering Catches

Go Fish (Somewhere Else): Warming Oceans Are Altering Catches

| May 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Fish are moving away from the equator and toward the poles to maintain their preferred water temperature. That means, for example, that fishermen are seeing swordfish normally found in the Mediterranean swimming near Denmark. But in the tropics, there are no fish to replace the ones that are leaving.

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Eat Fish And Prosper?

Eat Fish And Prosper?

| April 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

In a 16-year study, adults age 65 and older who ate fish regularly were observed to live longer and were less likely to die of cardiovascular disease. It’s the latest finding to bolster doctors’ recommendations that people should eat one to two servings of fatty fish per week.

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One In Three Fish Sold At Restaurants And Grocery Stores Is Mislabeled

One In Three Fish Sold At Restaurants And Grocery Stores Is Mislabeled

| February 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Fish fraud is often just a form of swindling when a cheap fish, like tilapia, is sold as pricy red snapper. But a conservation group says it also puts consumers at risk of health issues and makes it harder to avoid buying fish that are being overfished.

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Foraging For Fish in the San Francisco Bay

Foraging For Fish in the San Francisco Bay

| July 19, 2012 | 5 Comments

If all commercial fishermen used the methods of Kirk Lombard, sustainability would be a non-issue. He goes for lesser know species using the most sporting methods possible. He hand-tosses a net, Hawaiian style, for smelt, he poke-poles for monkeyface eel, and catches red crab with a fishing pole and snare. He shares his maritime adventures and knowledge of the bays edible intertidal zone in his “Sea Forager Tours.”

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Chef Peter Merriman: A Pioneer in the Farm-to-Table Movement in Hawaii

Chef Peter Merriman: A Pioneer in the Farm-to-Table Movement in Hawaii

| July 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

Chef Peter Merriman talks about Hawaii’s culinary scene, doing the right thing, and three local foods you have to try if you’re visiting Hawaii for the first time.

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The Whole Fish: Snout to Tail Movement Meet Gills to Adipose Fin

The Whole Fish: Snout to Tail Movement Meet Gills to Adipose Fin

| May 31, 2012 | 2 Comments

Now there’s a new trend burgeoning, which I am calling “gill to adipose fin,” or using the whole fish. This summer, California is enjoying a strong Chinook salmon comeback.

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Jacques Pepin Cooking Tips: How to Make Haddock Steaks in Rice Paper

Jacques Pepin Cooking Tips: How to Make Haddock Steaks in Rice Paper

| January 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Chef Jacques Pépin demonstrates how to make haddock steaks in rice paper with a shallot and soy sauce. This video clip is a web-exclusive that was taped during the filming of Jacques’ series Essential Pépin.

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Double Corn Delight

Double Corn Delight

Poached salmon with a delightful, delicious corn relish: what more does a summertime dinner need?

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QUEST: Green Eggs By The Gram – Sustainable Caviar

QUEST: Green Eggs By The Gram – Sustainable Caviar

| July 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

This past spring I traveled with fellow QUEST producer, Gabriela Quirós, to the Sacramento area to film at Sterling Caviar, one of two Californian companies currently producing caviar.

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Miso Glazed Cod

Miso Glazed Cod

| May 11, 2011 | 2 Comments

An easy, light dinner recipe for tangy, sweet, miso glazed cod.

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A Consumer’s Guide to Buying Sustainable Fish

A Consumer’s Guide to Buying Sustainable Fish

| February 17, 2011 | 1 Comment

You wouldn’t think that something as mundane as making a sandwich for my daughters on a weekend afternoon would be loaded with controversy, but it is. You see, my daughters love tuna fish sandwiches. Easy enough, right? We all grew up on sandwiches made of canned white tuna mixed with mayonnaise and served with a pickle. Yet although this quintessential American lunch may seem benign, it’s something I refuse to serve my children. The tuna fish sandwich we all grew up on is now too controversial, and potentially dangerous, for my daughters to eat.

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