Friday, 29 August 2014

Food on Friday: Fish & Seafood

 
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The first time Food on Friday had the theme Fish and Seafood was way back in April 2012!  That collection had over 90 links in it.  So I thought it was time to do it again.  I'm sure you have lots of fab fish/seafood dishes to share.

To add your fish or seafood dish, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.

I'll be pinning the links to this Pinboard (which is the one I pinned the 2012 dishes to)– this is a quick way for you to scan the dishes and choose which ones you want to check out in more detail.

Have lots of 'fishy' fun! 

27 comments:

  1. I love fish and seafood! At this moment I'm attempting to smoke my first salmon!

    Hope you have a nice weekend!

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  2. Hi Carole my wild red salmon fillet placed between two puff pastry slices is to die for.

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  3. My contribution: Roasted bluefish and fish stock. (Don't let the post title scare you away!)

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  4. Seafood is my favorite! Thanks for the invite :-)

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  5. Does a Shrimp Salad count? :) It is really good.

    Thanks for hosting.

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  6. Protein and omega3 rich seafood might just delay old age and soothe cranky teenagers.

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  7. Cheers Carole--left you 2, depending on the season. A stir fry for summer and a casserole for cooler months.

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  8. Hi, Carole and all,
    My Ma's recipe for fish and vegetable pie (#18) originally called for lampuki, a fish very common in Malta.
    Don't panic. It works well with any fish that has a bit of heft to it, such as bluefish.
    It can also be served cold at a picnic :-)

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  9. I think kahawai is a very underrated fish and I love it in this salad, in a ceviche or in a Thai curry.

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  10. I made Cooking Light's Blackened Fish Baja Tacos - delicious!

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  11. Hi carole, Im looking forward to some great recipes

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  12. Thanks for the invite Carole. We've been eating quite a bit a fish lately, so it's perfect timing.

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  13. Thanks for invite - some brilliant recipes!

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  14. Yummy! Loads of seafood recipes to try!

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  15. Thanks for the invite, but I think I did it wrong. My Crispy Baked Fish didn't show up.

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  16. Thanks so much for the invite! I can't wait to try some of these other recipes:)

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  17. So glad you've featured fish today Carol. We eat a lot of fish and enjoy experimenting with different recipes. Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a lovely weekend. Really appreciate the email reminders too.
    Sam

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  18. Thanks for another great link-up Carol. I've posted my Cilantro Halibut. And I'm with Sam. Love the email reminders.

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  19. Citrus & Avocado Salmon is easy, yet fancy!

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  20. Thanks for the invite ! Have linked my seafood entries.

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  21. Low Country Boil (#75) is great for a crowd. Just be ready to eat it when it's done. This one doesn't sit and wait well.

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  22. Thanks for doing this Carol, it's always so much fun getting new ideas and recipes this way, and sharing some of my favourites.

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  23. Planning to grill (something) seafood themed tomorrow---this was perfect timing! Now I just need to choose a new recipe idea!

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  24. Thanks for stopping by A-Hooahs-Housewife & inviting me to party! These other recipes sound delicious ladies! (:

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  25. I cook with fish and seafood so often, I didn't know what to choose to share! So I brought you a variety of recipes.....salmon, squid, shrimp, and a fish stew complete with the addition of mussels! :) Thanks for hosting.

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  26. We are big fans of any and all seafood! Great theme, Carole! Thank you.

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers