Smoked-haddock loving English author Arnold Bennett loved this recipe so much, he requested it wherever he ate.
A shout-out to your sweet tooth, this simple grilled tuna idea gives you a zesty meal in minutes.
Beginning grillers, grab a spatula and get started with this easy grilled salmon recipe. Even you grilling experts:
When you have a very fresh cut of salmon, you don't need to get too fancy. Salt, pepper, a drizzle of olive oil and a splash of balsamic vinegar is all you need.
This easy fish recipe works great at the campfire or on the boat. Oil, Old Bay, and a splash of lemon juice is all the seasoning you'll need.
Salmon gets a little tipsy and tasty, cooking in a bath of wine and shallots.
Salmon is pretty good on its own, but infused with the rich flavor of hickory chips? Incredible.
Cinnamon, coriander and sugar combine to make a sweet and spicy glaze on this easy grilled salmon.
Fresh veggie relish on easy grilled salmon makes for a simple and light weekday dinner on the grill.
For very fresh tuna, a quick season and sear is all you need.
Salmon and veggies cook up on the grill in foil packets. The limited-mess style makes this a great camping recipe.
Don't need to do much to jazz up salmon when you'll have the amazing wood flavor of cedar smoke as flavor.
Salmon with a wow factor: Ginger and red pepper flakes bring the heat in a different type of marinade for grilled salmon.
The classic flavor of mustard--likely invented by the Romans--and Mediterranean olives combine to flavor bakes salmon.
Sweet and smoky whiskey mustard flavors this easy baked salmon.
You'll want beer, milk, or another tongue soother nearby when you eat this baked salmon, flavored with liberal amounts of horseradish and chipotle pepper. The addition of whiskey mustard adds a hint of manly, smoky flavor.
Easy salmon patties to eat on their own (hi, low-carbers) or to pile on with your favorite condiments for a salmon burger.
Indian flavors blend into the perfect team when they cook with salmon in foil packets. This simple cooking method helps cut down on your post-game cleanup.
Crispy salmon burgers are held together with eggs and ground almonds, then pan fried to crispy perfection with coconut oil. These are great burgers for anyone on the paleo diet or athletes looking for a protein boost.
Need a make ahead appetizer? Plop this easy cheese ball in the fridge three hours before game time, and you're ready to eat at kickoff (or first pitch, or tip off).
You're minutes away from putting a tasty party appetizer on the dinner table--or the coffee table of your man cave.