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Before you can make that wonderful stuffed trout recipe you’ve been dreaming about, you have work to do. Chef Becky Selengut shows us how to clean and debone trout so it’s one step closer to the table.Distributed by OneLoad.com
Don't get stuck in a stir fry rut! Mix up your next Asian-style dinner with Chef Billy Parisi's deliciously simple recipe for shrimp and pineapple teriyaki.
For tonight's dinner, try cooking a dish that is short on time and long on flavor! Chef Billy Parisi shows you how to make sweet soy tilapia and a refreshing tomato salad.
This simple dish not only tastes wonderful, but looks exquisite on your dinner table! Chef Billy Parisi shows us how to make beautifully-garnished salmon with lemon dill sauce.
Impress your guests at your next barbecue! Chef Billy Parisi shows us how to make seared scallops with tomato marmalade, grilled corn and two different compound butters.
A clam boil is the perfect meal to serve at your next party or gathering of friends. Chef Billy Parisi shows us how easy it is to make a flavorful platter of delicious seafood and veggies!
Fresh scallops can be tender delicacies or as chewy as a rubber tire if left in the pan too long. Chef and author Becky Selengut shows us how to perfectly caramelize scallops.Distributed by OneLoad.com
Working with fresh squid can be intimidating. At $2.99 a pound, learning how to prepare whole fresh squid in your home kitchen is well worth it. Chef and author Becky Selengut shows us how. Homemade calamari, anyone?Distributed by OneLoad.com
Dreaming of a pot of steamed mussels and crispy french fries? (Maybe a little white wine, too?) No need to go to the local French Bistro. Chef Becky Selengut shows us how to debeard, clean and store mussels at home.Distributed by OneLoad.com
Shrimp are a fantastic ingredient for an appetizer, a starter or a main dish. They take a little prep work before you start your recipes. Chef and author Becky Selengut shows us how to clean and devein fresh shrimp.Distributed by OneLoad.com
If you've ever cleaned a fresh fish at home, you've probably cursed those pesky pin bones! But did you know that if they are difficult to remove, it's a sign of freshness? Chef and author Becky Selengut shows us how to debone that fish so you can enjoy your dinner.Distributed by OneLoad.com
If fish or other seafood comes right off a boat, you might not worry about freshness. Buying at a market is a different story. Chef and author Becky Selengut demonstrates how to select the freshest quality seafood. http://www.howdini.com