This salt and pepper shrimp recipe is shrimply the best!
You don’t need to travel to New Orleans for a great gumbo… or even labor over a hot stove at home to make your own. Get a taste of the Big Easy at home with this Slow Cooker Shrimp and Gumbo recipe!
Long life noodles are a traditional Chinese New Year recipe, symbolizing longevity, so get slurping!
Spring rolls are a must on your Chinese New Year table because their golden shape is similar to gold bars, symbolizing wealth.
Dumplings represent wealth and good fortune because they are shaped like ingots, or blocks of gold. Legend has it that the more dumplings you eat during the New Year, the more money you'll make in the year to come. Challenge accepted!
Baked fish 'n chips is a weeknight recipe the whole family will love - but this recipe comes with an extra delicious twist. The homemade ranch dressing is brushed over the fish before being baked for even more flavor.
This fish street tacos recipe is so delicious your kids will ask for them over and over! While the recipe calls for tilapia, they can be made with any flaky white fish using the same instructions.
Looking for a new favorite salmon recipe? Perfect for new year healthy eating, this is a one-pan salmon recipe complete with veggies that's ready in 15 minutes.
January is Slow Cooker Month, and in honor of our favorite stress-free kitchen hero, we’re kicking off a month of slow cooker seafood recipes with our slow cooker lobster mac and cheese recipe.
Here’s a stunning seafood appetizer that will leave a lasting impression on your holiday dinner guests – because really, how many hosts pull out all the stops and serve caviar and smoked salmon?
This simple recipe for blinis, or small Russian pancakes, is a holiday favorite. Top these one-bite wonders with our stunning assortment of caviars, a dollop of crème fraîche, and a sprig of fresh dill or chives.
What’s more sophisticated than caviar? This recipe for caviar and cucumber sandwiches. Start with the best ingredients – like our salmon caviar roe – then plate these sandwiches beautifully with gramming guests in mind.
This holiday season, we’ve added a twist to our best deviled eggs recipe. Roasted garlic adds umami while luxurious salmon roe adds a pop of color and bite. And because you can make them in advance, you can actually celebrate the holidays with your guests, bite by bite.
Thanksgiving dinner is all about the sides. And while it’s important to celebrate traditions, we’re excited to make room at the dinner table this Thanksgiving for something new – oyster stuffing, or oyster dressing, depending on how you like to call this holiday must-have.
Fish Wellington is another fish dish that presents itself extremely well at the table, showing a great deal of technique and flair but also a lot of love and generosity.
Who doesn’t love a crumbed fish sandwich on soft white bread? It’s important to fry the sardines in ghee in a pan rather than deep-frying, as the flavor is much better and the degree of cooking is easier to control.
From mashed potatoes to cranberry sauce to roasted root vegetables, these Thanksgiving side dishes are crowd-pleasers that we know all too well. But this broiled mussels recipe will make a welcome appearance at your Thanksgiving dinner table – unlike your cousin’s political opinions.
Sure you could visit your favorite sushi counter, but making uni nigiri sushi is easy (and fun) at home. Impress your friends by a sushi dinner party, or treat yourself to a platter of homemade uni sushi when you don’t want to share. No judgement. Either way, you’ll love this recipe.
Uni pasta is trending on restaurant menus right now, but it’s easy to recreate at home, and is ready in minutes. A thin pasta such as angel hair or thin spaghetti is ideal for the creamy uni butter sauce. The results are addictive - and very grammable.
Rice bowls are easy to prepare at home - especially because their ingredients are so flexible. You can add pickled beets, daikon radish, or ginger. The addition of other seafood like lump crabmeat or ahi tuna is also welcome… Just don’t leave out the uni!
This New Orleans-inspired favorite combines sweet shrimp with savory kielbasa into a family-friendly stew. And you can rest assured that this is a simple, quick recipe that will have you making homemade gumbo like a Louisiana native! Make sure you use Gulf shrimp to make your gumbo as authentic as possible.
A perfect weeknight meal, this simple, creamy crab and corn chowder recipe combines the ease of our picked jumbo lump crabmeat with the convenience of frozen corn. While the recipe calls for milk blended with some of the corn to create a thick chowder-y texture, don’t shy away from including half and half or heavy cream if you want even more thickness.
Do you think clam chowder is too difficult to make at home? Do think you’re better offer waiting for your next trip to Cape Cod or Maine for delicious clam chowder? Not any more! This New England clam chowder recipe is easier to prepare than you may think - and it’s creamy, flavorful, and packed with our sweetest, live littleneck clams.
This shrimp scallop pasta recipe features a savory combination of fresh seafood, green peas, and spicy Cayenne pepper. By using olive oil instead of butter, the recipe reduces cholesterol content without sacrificing flavor.
This shrimp scallop pasta recipe brings the robust flavor of Mediterranean-inspired vegetables paired with savory shrimp and scallops. The addition of fresh vegetables enhances the dish’s flavor and nutrition value.
This shrimp scallop pasta recipe features the best of both worlds: the luxurious flavor of shrimp and scallops paired with a healthfully-made olive oil white wine sauce.
Chef, restaurateur & children's advocate Maria Loi of Loi Estiatorio creates a beautiful and SIMPLE dish with fulton fresh shrimp!
Zuppa de Pesce is a Tuscan seafood soup that combines assorted fish and shellfish in a savory tomato broth. This recipe from our friend Chef Massimo Gaffo may not look like the easiest of seafood soup recipes, but you can make it as simple or as challenging as you’d like because there’s flexibility in the ingredients list. Choose any combination of mussels, clams, shrimp, scallops, calamari - the world is your OYSTER!
If you’re new to monkfish, its flavor and texture may remind you of fresh lobster. We don’t need to encourage you to read on, do we? This brothy stew captures the sweetness of monkfish and the pungence of saffron. Serve this soup alongside your favorite recipe for mashed potatoes (and a bottle of montrachet), and you’ll leave the table feeling satisfied and happy.