While technically not cod, lingcod (a.k.a. the Pacific greenling) does taste a lot like cod. This buttery white fish has a medium-firm texture and mild flavor profile, so it'll easily take on the flavors of anything you cook it in. Precisely why it makes a great substitute for chicken or steak. Pair your Parmesan-paprika crusted lingcod with creamed kale and mashed red potatoes for a hearty and satisfying meal. FULL RECIPE.
Teriyaki smoked salmon tacos make for a super quick and healthy weeknight meal. Through the smoking process, the teriyaki salmon is already cooked through, so there's technically no cooking involved. Just thaw the salmon, warm your tortillas in the oven, top with a colorful cabbage slaw, and voilà, healthy, Japanese-inspired tacos. FULL RECIPE.
Yes, Albacore tuna season runs through spring and summer, but thanks to Sportsmen's Cannery in Winchester Bay, OR, we get to enjoy sea salt-kissed Pacific Albacore all year long. What better way to complement the savory flavors of the sea than with a briny, olive-laden white Puttanesca sauce? We put our own spin on this robust Napoletana sauce, swapping our premium canned Albacore for traditional tomatoes. Add anchovies, olives, greens, and garlic, and you'll have an intensely flavorful weeknight dinner in less than 20 minutes. FULL RECIPE.
Miso adds a delightful sweetness to the silky flesh and buttery richness of black cod. This 5-ingredient recipe is a great way to make a good impression on in-laws or a new romantic interest. It appears elegant and it's painfully easy. Just make sure you set aside enough time to properly marinate. FULL RECIPE.