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Sustainably-farmed at Lois Lake, BC – this steelhead trout contains more robust, full flavours and has a firmer texture than the more commonly eaten rainbow trout. If you’re looking for the perfect holiday dish that can take centre stage – look no further! Perfectly flaky, moist, and juicy, Brian at Seafood City shows us how a quick and simple recipe can demand attention at the dinner table.
Tacos have been a part of Mexico's culinary heritage for well over a hundred years but fish tacos are said to come from Baja California, Mexico's northernmost state. Originally made with deep-fried fish, Janice at the Salmon Shoppe recommends grey cod fillets in this recipe for a delicious and fresh version that can be stuffed and enjoyed with any number of fillings.
Edited from a recipe from Iron Chef Rob Feenie . Chef Rob Feenie’s pappardelle with short rib is rich and fit for weekend entertaining.
From Chef Ryan Gaultier of the Glowbal Group. Heirloom tomatoes are an exciting way to explore the countless different colours and flavours of the not-so-humble tomato. Use your favourite types of heirloom tomatoes, or use this recipe as an opportunity to try varietals new to you. This chilled soup, with dramatic flavours of vanilla, chilies and mangoes, is an extravaganza for your palate!
Roasted Wild Salmon BC Blueberry ‘Pickle’ Local Honey & Hazelnuts, SOLE Food Farms Greens From Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver Executive Chef Ned Bell This amazing dish serves up the best of local BC summer produce with fresh sockeye salmon, BC blueberries, local honey, hazelnuts and even the Venturi-Schulze balsamic vinegar is a BC local product!
Mesclun Salad with Feta cheese and Grapefruit Honey Vinaigrette Dressings made from fruit juices are particularly good with flavourful mixed green salads that contain herbs and unusual greens, not to mention they are more wine-friendly than their vinegary counterparts. Try using tangerine, pineapple juice, peach nectar or unsweetened (non-alcoholic) apple cider for interesting variations.