1. Shrimp diablo

    Shrimp diablo

    Shrimp diablo at Trevor's at the Tracks in San Juan Capistrano, California. 😋😋😋
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    What Is a Pescatarian and What Do They Eat?

    What Is a Pescatarian and What Do They Eat? - US News "Pesca" means fish, and adding fish and seafood to a plant-based diet may be the healthiest way to eat. An abundance of research over the past several decades has conclusively shown that following an eating plan that emphasizes plant-based...
  3. Sea bass

    Sea bass

    Sea bass is a common name for a variety of different species of marine fish. Many fish species of various families have been called sea bass.
  4. Eating sushi in the pool

    Eating sushi in the pool

    The increasing popularity of sushi around the world has resulted in variations typically found in the Western world, but rarely in Japan. A notable exception to this is the use of salmon, which was introduced by a Norwegian businessman tasked with helping the Norwegian salmon industry in the 1980s.
  5. Seafood salad

    Seafood salad

    Seafood is consumed all over the world; it provides the world's prime source of high-quality protein. Shellfish are particularly rich in zinc, which is essential for healthy skin and muscles as well as fertility. Casanova reputedly ate 50 oysters a day.
  6. Crab cakes

    Crab cakes

    While meat from any species of crab may be used, the blue crab, whose native habitat includes the Chesapeake Bay, is the traditional choice and generally considered to be the best tasting. In the Pacific Northwest and Northern California, the endemic Dungeness Crab is a popular ingredient.
  7. Poke bowl

    Poke bowl

    Poke began with fishermen seasoning the cut-offs from their catch to serve as a snack. While poke is a regional American-based cuisine from Hawaii, traditional poke seasonings have been heavily influenced by Japanese and other Asian cuisines.
  8. Fish tacos

    Fish tacos

    The taco predates the arrival of the Spanish in Mexico. There is anthropological evidence that the indigenous people living in the lake region of the Valley of Mexico traditionally ate tacos filled with small fish.
  9. Scallops


    Many species of scallops are highly prized as a food source, and some are farmed as aquaculture. The word "scallop" is also applied to the meat of these bivalves, the adductor muscle, that is sold as seafood.
  10. Clam chowder

    Clam chowder

    Clam chowder is any of several chowder soups containing clams and broth. In addition to clams, common ingredients include diced potatoes, onions, and celery. Other vegetables are not typically used, but small carrot strips or a garnish of parsley might occasionally be added primarily for color.
  11. Scallop


    Scallops are characterized by offering two flavors and textures in one shell: the meat, called "scallop", which is firm and white, and the roe, called "coral", which is soft and often brightly coloured reddish-orange.
  12. Crab cake

    Crab cake

    A crab cake is a variety of fishcake that is popular in the United States. It is composed of crab meat and various other ingredients, such as bread crumbs, mayonnaise, mustard eggs, and seasonings, particularly the cake is then sautéed, baked, grilled, deep fried, or broiled.
  13. Dorado


    The mahi-mahi, or common dolphinfish, is a surface-dwelling ray-finned fish found in off-shore temperate, tropical, and subtropical waters worldwide. Also widely called dorado and dolphin.
  14. Sushi roll

    Sushi roll

    Per Food and Drug Administration regulations, raw fish served in the United States must be frozen prior to serving in order to kill parasites. Because of this and the relative difficulty of acquiring fresh seafood compared to Japan, raw seafood (e.g., sashimi) is not as prevalent in America.
  15. Shrimp in mole sauce

    Shrimp in mole sauce

    Mole is a traditional sauce originally used in Mexican cuisine. In contemporary Mexico the term is used for a number of sauces. Generally, a mole sauce contains a fruit, chili pepper, nut, and such spices as black pepper, cinnamon, cumin.
  16. Poke


    Poke (Hawaiian for "to slice" or "cut crosswise into pieces") is diced raw fish served either as an appetizer or as a main course and is one of the main dishes of Native Hawaiian cuisine.
  17. Seafood soup

    Seafood soup

    Mussels can be smoked, boiled, steamed, roasted, barbecued or fried in butter or vegetable oil. As with all shellfish, except shrimp, mussels should be checked to ensure they are still alive just before they are cooked; enzymes quickly break down the meat and make them unpalatable or poisonous.
  18. Opah


    Opah is becoming increasingly popular in seafood markets. It first became popular as sushi and sashimi in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The meat is lightly flavored and lends itself well to a variety of preparations, principally sauté. Opah flesh has a light pink color but turns white when cooked.
  19. Salmon sushi

    Salmon sushi

    Salmon sushi - Sliced raw salmon rolled with rice and sometimes nori (seaweed) as makizushi or placed on top of rice as nigiri sushi, served with garnishes. Usually eaten by dipping in soy sauce and wasabi.
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    Mothers-to-be who eat seafood each day 'are less likely to have children with ADHD'

    Mothers-to-be who eat seafood each day 'are less likely to have children with ADHD' - Daily Mail Children whose mothers ate four servings of fish a week had a 16% better score Fatty or 'oily' fish, such as salmon and mackerel, is the most beneficial They are rich in nutrients which help brain...