A place to muse, explore, and give a voice to things that I am passionate about.
Creating a great fish taco has been the envy of many cooks, but it’s actually quite simple! Start out with a beautiful fillet (one of my absolute favorites is Kvaroy Arctic’s sustainably-raised salmon from the Arctic Circle), bread it cold, and fry it just before you’re ready to place it into the taco shell. Serve this with your favorite coleslaw and the kelp lime mayonnaise for a perfect finish.
A summer favorite of mine, this Cajun marinade of garlic, lemon, paprika, cayenne, cumin, and thyme PACKS the shrimp with flavor. I love to pair it with grilled corn dusted with cumin and chili powder butter – delicious!
Sustainable aquaculture is the solution to feeding our world’s growing populations and can also help bring more seafood into vulnerable communities that especially need the nutritional benefits of fish and shellfish. I invite you to watch this riveting, eye-opening discussion with Andrew Zimmern and five water farmers from around the globe.
Caviar is an ancient delicacy first enjoyed in the early 13th century. I love to treat myself to ethically-farmed caviar, especially with the two recipes I’m about to share!
Native Americans were simmering beans in kombu long before Europeans ever arrived, utilizing this special vegetable of the sea for its salt properties and nutrition.
As time passes, issues that demand our attention grow. Sustainability can feel more like an afterthought as we navigate through the issues we face at this time. We all have habits that in some way have become part of our DNA and daily routine. The thought and action...
It goes without saying that COVID-19 is a different kind of crisis. We have seen many things over the course of the forty-four years we have been farming. From the waters of the Arctic Circle to the Mid-Western plains of the United States, it was our greatest hope...
You know that old adage about people just falling into their professions? That somehow they got to where they are today by accident? I’m familiar with that concept. I am also familiar with the confusion that often accompanies the non-linear path to achieve a...