Spanish flavors come alive in these spicy, juicy, cheese coated burgers.
Everyone in our family loves salmon served with the traditional Norwegian dill and onion slices.
SPANISH FOOD IS MY FAVORITE FOOD SO I'M ALWAYS CREATING FOOD WITH SPANISH INGREDIENTS.
I like to eat heart healthy salmon several times a week and am always looking for different ways to make it.
When the words "Coney Island" are spoken, other words come to mind like "nostalgia", "amusement parks" and plain old "Americana". I wanted to make a burger evoking this era.
Fresh from the sea, a meaty fish that can take on any burger, fresh ingredients, light and clean tasteing.
It is a great privilege to live on the Chesapeake Bay. We watch the watermen at work every day; in rain, shine or Nor'easter.
Since Texas borders Mexico, and the Hispanic population in Texas is estimated to be over 35 %, our state has developed a distinctive Tex Mex cuisine.
I was born and raised in New York and have lived in Manhattan for the past 6 years. One of my favorite classic New York treats is a New York bagel.
Since Texas borders Mexico and the Hispanic population in Texas is estimated to be over 35 %, our state has developed a distinctive Tex Mex cuisine.
The fish is Texas caught. The corn chips were Texas born. We put Tabasco pepper sauce in our baby's bottles. Tacos are a staple around here. Most of the other ingredients are locally grown.
Catfish is a very popular fish in our area of the states. The farm-raised variety is widely available in supermarkets and has a very mild flavor.
I have never been a big fish lover however when I moved to the Pacific Northwest I quickly learned that salmon was a very popular meal as it is so readily available here in the rivers.
Salmon has been a staple of Northwest cuisine throughout known history, as have blueberries, both wild and cultivated.
My husband lived in Alaska for 10 years, working there as a journalist, however we now live in Upstate NY.
This recipe is named after the Salmon Huckleberry Wilderness in
It's quick, it's easy, it's delicious, it's All-American.
The grilled fish blends well with the southwestern seasonings and herbs, making a light but filling meal for any guest, any where