A delicious alternative to traditional meatballs.
Scrumptious baked flounder that is so tender it falls off the bones.
Fresh fall king salmon with grilled radicchio Trevisano.
Delicious and different - spaghetti with lobster and chiles.
A savory dish of minestrone with monkfish and fall vegetables.
WFN Ambassador Rick Clark walks you through his favourite salmon recipe.
If you want something fun with a tropical flavor to serve for dinner then this is the recipe you need. Inspired by the flavors of the tasty island drink Pina Colada and wrapped in banana leaves this recipe will make you feel like you are enjoying dinner on a tropical island.
Want to impress someone with your culinary skills? This recipe for baked banana leaf wrapped mahi mahi with lobster tail medallions and a couscous with bacon and grilled pineapple is fairly easy to pull off but will impress your guests.
Its time for breakfast what's on the menu? How about bacon, eggs, toast, shrimp cakes and redfish? Yes that's right with this recipe you can enjoy shrimp cakes and redfish for breakfast.
This dish is really easy to make and it never has to touch a grill or pan! The acidity of the key ingredients (lemon, lime and salt) actually cooks the tripletail, tuna and scallops. Serve chilled and enjoy.
Grill a variety of seafood for this soup for a tasty, warm and fuzzy feel good recipe that is great to serve after a chilly day on the water.
If you are looking for a quick, easy and cheesy appetizer for your next get together look no further than this avocado baked redfish! You can also substitute red snapper or grouper if you don't have redfish.
This grilled snook recipe and seafood fried rice is a nice colorful party dish. You can substitute snook with walleye if you don't have access to snook.
This tasty curry includes triple tail, red snapper and shrimp spiced with red chillies and sweetened with mango puree.
This Cajan inspired recipe is a great idea to serve friends and family when they stop by for lunch this summer.
Tuna can be a tricky fish to cook properly, especially on a plank but this recipe makes perfect tuna steaks every time.
This sandwich is a tasty crab smorgasbord! It combines a classic crab cake and soft shelled crabs on a fresh bun with home made tarter sauce.
This recipe is a great fresh alternative way to serve tuna. It includes a recipe for salad and mango salsa.
In this web exclusive Mariko is in Alaska and sharing a tasty recipe. On the menu at Silverking Lodge is a seafood boil. This is a southern recipe with an Alaskan twist that you can do yourself!
Kelly and Marie Christianson opened Point Loma Seafood in San Diego in 1963 for the purpose of selling fresh fish locally. Since then, an expansion has included processing smoked fish and opening their renowned restaurant.
Matt Moyer is a pro kayak angler and the executive chef at LaJolla Country Club. In this episode, Matt shows a quick and easy recipe for a fresh pineapple and tomato salsa that works great on almost any fish.
Matt Moyer is a pro kayak angler and the executive chef at LaJolla Country Club. In this episode, Matt explains how to barbecue fish to perfection.
For years Washington D.C. locals have been spoiled with the great seafood and atmosphere at the Maine Avenue Fish Market. It must be difficult to share such a great local spot with outsiders, but nowadays you'll find just as many tourists enjoying al
The Maryland Seafood Festival is also the place where the winners of the Chesapeake Fishing Challenge, featuring Diamond Jim, are announced every year. It is a great way to showcase the importance of the Chesapeake Bay to the region.
Mariko's in St. Petersburg/Clearwater learning how to fly, taking part in the annual Steve Yerrid Kid's Fishing Derby and mastering the art of fish filleting.
WFN News interviews Dr. Geoff Shester, Senior Science Manager of Seafood Watch on a report titled "Turning the Tide: A Report on Seafood"
Mark learns how to match wine to your favorite fish dish.
Captain Reddin "Salty" Brunson has been living off the Gulf and fishing in Destin since 1928. At the age of 96, his passion for his hometown and fishing is as strong as ever.
A look at the 2009 Pensacola Seafood Festival in historic Seville Square area in downtown Pensacola.
Welcome to WFN’s Recipes page. Here, you’ll find all the information you need to help you create some tasty dishes.
Whether you’ve caught some fish that you plan on cooking, or you’re looking for some tips on how to buy the best possible fish you can from your local supermarket or grocery store, we’ve got you covered.
If you plan on buying fish, freshness is key. If the fish that you’re purchasing isn’t fresh, your meal simply won’t be the best that it can be. Here are a few things that you’ll want to keep an eye out for when you’re making your purchase.
All of the above rules apply, but there’s one more important thing to look for: if there’s liquid on the fillet, it should be clear and not milky. If it appears to be milky, the fish is beginning to rot.
These are some very general tips - cooking methods vary from species to species, and whether or not you’re cooking a fillet or a whole fish. Check out the species pages to the right for more specific tips.