Warm Shrimp and Arugula Salad

Warm shrimp, crisp greens and fennel, and lemon pan dressing make this entrée salad a meal.  The use of Egyptian Spice Crunch tossed through and sp...

Sumac Roasted Fish

As we learn more about Nowruz (Persian New Year), Emily (who works with Lior for culinary publications) was sharing her experience from celebrating...

Cioppino

I discovered cioppino when I moved to the US, but it is very similar to bouillabaisse. Cioppino is a great way to enjoy seafood and the best part i...

Easy Salt Baked Fish for Two

Salt baked fish for two is an experience.  In the restaurant it was a special dish limited to only a few tables a night and paraded through the din...

Salmon with Winter Salsa

I know you can get passable tomatoes in the wintertime nowadays, but I guess it's hard to break some old habits so I almost never buy them. Simply ...

Hot Pot and Sauces

Hot pot is fun and delicious. I love the versatility of the broth, the array of vegetables, the paper-thin variety of proteins, extras like wide no...

Sesame-Roasted Fish

An already crackly spice crust gets more crunch from whole sesame seeds here. The funkiness of preserved lemons, together with black olives,  gives...

Crab & Artichoke Dip

Growing up in California I always awaited those brief months when the Dungeness crab and artichoke seasons overlapped. This dish is my effort to re...

Seafood Chowder

Dress it up with nice china and a silver spoon served as a seafood course with a buttery wine or get cozy with a big bowl, sitting crisscross in a ...

Thyme-Seared Scallops

Searing seafood in a hot pan and then basting it with hot olive oil or buttermay be the fastest way to a restaurant-worthy meal. The technique is a...

Escabeche of Sardine

The classic - draped over salad leaves, slices of tender potato, or in between fluffy slices of country bread, escabeche of sardine is a flavorful ...

Seared Swordfish with Orange-Soy Glaze

Chunks of fatty swordfish become silky and meaty when cooked with the basting technique. You only need to sear two opposite sides of each cube; the...