We love when you visit us at Marker 32, some nights just call for a cozy home-cooked meal. The beauty of cooking seafood is the simplicity,
Using the right kind of pan at the right temperature
Fish is so delicate and its incredible flavors can be
A good place to start for someone new to cooking seafood
Buy fresh seafood that is refrigerated or displayed on a thick bed of fresh ice that is not melting.
Store seafood in the refrigerator if you’re going to eat it within 2 days after you buy it.
Thaw frozen seafood in the refrigerator overnight. If you need a quicker method, seal it in a plastic bag and let it sit in cold water or microwave it on the “defrost” setting.
Seafood contains nutrients that are important for the growth and development of babies and children. The FDA recommends pregnant women eat 2 to 3 servings (8 to 12 ounces) of seafood per week.
Looking for seafood recipes? Try one of these favorite dishes like shrimp pasta, seafood casseroles, crab cakes, scallop recipes and more dinner ideas.
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