Clams and pancetta is one of my favorite combinations – the mild, briny flavor of the clams paired with the salty, savory flavor of pancetta creates a richness that’s absolutely perfect.
This simple shrimp corn chowder with bacon is garnished with toasted sourdough croutons and a sprinkle of paprika for an amazing shrimp chowder dish that is sure to impress.
This recipe for mussels and clams in a spicy tomato broth with bacon comes together relatively quickly and looks delicious. Serve these mussels and clams with some crusty bread to soak up that delicious spicy tomato broth with bacon.
We served these lemon-butter scallops with tomatoes, beans, and wilted arugula for an easy-peasy one-pot meal that comes together in about 30 minutes.
Scallops in a creamy lemon caper sauce is truly something divine. We served this creamy lemon caper sauce topped with beautifully seared scallops and al dente orzo.
Salmon cakes hold a special place in my heart because they were something my dad used to make a lot of and I really loved them as a kid. You can use fresh salmon or canned salmon, but I prefer fresh because it doesn’t have bones (my dad says he likes the “crunchy bits” but they are just not for me!)
This Thai-inspired mussels and scallops recipe is my new favorite thing in the universe. The recipe is simple but super flavorful thanks to the help of loads of aromatics, especially ginger and lemongrass.
This Valentine’s Day dinner is a take on our Simple Tomato Broth with Shrimp and Orzo but utilizes beautifully seared scallops and a garnish that has just a hint of spiciness.
This simple tomato broth pairs perfectly al dente orzo and buttery, seared seafood for the perfect date night recipe that’s sure to impress.
This easy seafood pasta cooked in parchment paper is the perfect romantic New Year’s Eve dinner recipe for two that can easily be doubled or tripled if you’re cooking for a crowd!
It’s our one year wedding anniversary today, so we decided to treat ourselves to something a bit decadent and spicy. This dinner came together really quickly and makes a TON!
This is a beautiful coho salmon filet with roasted fennel, oranges, and carrots and topped off with an easy sweet and lemony shallot vinaigrette.