Fish Sources & Recipes
Hawaii Fish Sandwich
"Fish burgers" are very popular in Hawaii. These fish sandwiches are also super easy to make at home (just make sure you use supremely fresh fish for the bet flavor).
How to Clean Anchovies
Easy step-by-step instructions to clean fresh anchovies.
How to Cook a Whole Fish
Easy step-by-step directions to dealing with cooking a whole fish.
How to Grill Whole Fish
Grilling a whole fish is super easy, as long as you follow these simple tips.
How to Cure Sardines
Sardines are wonderfully flavorful and nutritious little fish. Curing them with a bit of salt overnight softens their strong flavor and makes them perfect for topping salads or serving as an easy, elegant appetizer.
How to Gut and Scale a Fish
Step-by-step directions to gut and scale a whole fish.
How to Pan Fry Fish
Pan frying fish is, perhaps, the most delicious way to cook any non-fatty fish. See how easy it is with this step-by-step guide.
How to Make Boquerones (Marinated Anchovies)
Instructions on how to make your own marinated white anchovies at home. These cured anchovies are called boquerones in Spain and gavros in Greece. Here's how to cure your own anchovies.
Parchment (or Foil) Baked Fish
Baking fish in parchment paper or tin foil - known in France and gourmet cooking circles as en papillote - steams the fish with a minimum of fuss and equipment.
Broiled Sand Dabs
Sand dabs are wonderfully delicate fish, a lot like sole or even fresh-water fish like sunnies or walleye. See how easy it is to broil them to deliciousness with this recipe.
Butterflying a Whole Fish
Step by step instructions on how to butterfly, or split, a whole fish. Splitting a fish is a great way to prep a whole fish for stuffing because butterflying removes most of the bones.
Baked Sole With Mint and Ginger
Baked Sole With Mint and Ginger is an easy, flavorful, moist way to bake sole and other delicate fish fillets.
A Spanish recipe for grilled small fish, which could be anchovies, smelt, sardines, herrings or even small mackerel.
Grilled Thai Fish
A flavorful marinade of fish sauce, palm or brown sugar, and garlic makes a hit out of any mild fish. Try it with halibut, fresh trout, or bass.
How to Broil Sanddabs
Sanddabs are usually pan-fried, but they are equally delicious broiled.