Some would argue that Sablefish (Aka Black Cod) is the king of Alaskan Seafood. With oily meat filled with Omega-3 and great flavor, Sablefish is undoubtedly one of the best types of fish to come out of Alaska. You do not have to do much with Black Cod since it has so much flavor already, but the proper preparation of it can make all the difference. Our collection of Sablefish recipes range from traditional Japanese flavors, to new and unique takes on this culinary jewel.
Get your mallet and crab cracker out! One of the most popular types of seafood in the world is crab. Breaking open these deep sea crustaceans can be a very social and almost ritualistic feat that is loved by many. Learn great ways to serve your crab, from infused and improved dipping butters, to more complex ways to add crab on the menu.
Prepare to truly feel like an aristocrat! Sturgeon caviars are considered to be some of the finest foods in the world. Fine sturgeon caviar is sought by many for its flavor properties and elegance, especially the most prestige chefs in the world. Learn how to properly serve black caviars so that you can harness every bit of flavor and experience the delicate nature of black caviar. Then again, you could act like a Russian Oligarch and eat it by the spoonful.
Halibut is likely to be one of the most simple, yet delicate fish to come out of Alaska. Tamper with it too much and your dish will lose the beloved halibut flavors. Do too little, and your halibut will be bland and tasteless. Learn to walk the fine line that is cooking with Halibut.
The biggest name in Alaskan seafood is the all mighty and delicious salmon. There are a few types of salmon that come from Alaska, and each has its own flavor and texture. Learn the difference and discover how to properly prepare each type. Salmon can be very simple, but if you are not careful you can ruin a beautifully carved fillet.
Go beyond the basic fish & chips recipe when it comes to pacific cod. One of the most versatile fish on the market, pacific cod can be prepared in many ways. Our recipes will make sure you do not overcook the fish, and that you combine the proper flavors that will not overpower the fish, but accompany it.
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