Tonight's the night. It's kippers for tea. I eat them
As a seafood lover, writer and cook, I've lost track
Of all the foods I get defensive about, clam chowder is high on the list. There are certain preparations that are so iconic, established
We all know the cliché that opposites attract and, in what could be called a fruitful marriage of opposites, two vastly different ingredients from
One of the oddest questions I get when serving fish is, "Does this fish have bones?" My answer is always, "Assume it does." I
Think of the platter as a palette, and your vegetables as swaths of paint that fill in the color of the canvas. This is
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Finns treasure their solitary excursions into the endless woods and forests that fringe the 187,888 lakes and 179,584 islands of their hauntingly beautiful countryside.