How to Cook Seafood

COMING SOON … Seafood School — that’s right, cause in my part of the Midwest (crazy, but true) it’s almost back-to-school time so for the month of August I’m taking you to Seafood School!! Yeah you!! Yay you!! I’ve partnered with some fellow seafood advocates and organizations alike to bring you 31 days of seafood knowledge … so be sure you devote two minutes a day to reading these posts and come Aug. 31, you’ll get an invite to the graduation party. And you’ll know soooo much about seafood you’ll be ready to make informed choices about what you buy at the store, what to order in restaurants, and how to cook those winner winner seafood dinners : ) 

And yes, there will be some reposts and overlap with social media outlets, but I promise there will be new information, recipes and some sweet seafood pics too!

Coming up next … Seafood School Lesson #1: You don’t need a recipe to cook salmon–three tips for preparing salmon at home that keeps it simple and accessible for every cook—stay tuned as I continue to post daily lessons over the next few weeks where you’ll learn about a variety of seafood and some great cooking methods that will turn you into a seafood wizard-chef in no time.

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DISCLAIMER: I’m a writer and an editor. And I try my best to make sure every post is articulate and free from errors. However, being that I edit my own work—and it’s next to impossible to properly edit your own work—I admit, occasionally there may be an error or two I miss. But doing so doesn’t make me an idiot so don’t be mean. Just smile, pat yourself on the back for finding an error and be glad you’re not the only one who makes mistakes sometimes … yes, even mermaids slip up every now and then. xoxox