Fish

Baked Salmon / Photo by Shutterstock
Baking salmon in a low oven keeps the fillets moist and tender for an elegant meal that’s virtually guaranteed to become a staple in your repertoire.

Bouillabaisse - RECIPE / Photo by Isa Zapata, Prop Styling by Stephanie De Luca, Food Styling by Yekaterina Boystova
This classic but flexible French bouillabaisse recipe is all you need to bring the iconic seafood stew of Marseille to your table.

Grilled Salmon Recipe With Peach Curry / Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores
Juicy ripe peaches and beautiful pink salmon scream summer. A little curry paste and herbs keep this sweet- spicy curry squarely in the savory realm, and a drizzle of reduced coconut cream cools things off.

Singulaw: Filipino tuna ceviche with grilled pork belly / Photo by Justin Walker
Sinuglaw is a combination of fish ceviche—in this case, vinegar-cured tuna—plus smoky grilled pork belly. The flavorful dish gets dressed with coconut milk, ginger, red onion, chiles, and tomato.

Salmon Croquettes with Dill Yogurt Sauce - RECIPE / Photo by Joseph De Leo, Food Styling by Liza Jernow
Back in the day, salmon croquettes usually meant rich bindings and fillers. Everything from eggs, flour, cracker crumbs, and béchamel sauce has been used to hold them together. And back in the day they were typically fried in an inch of bacon grease. In my house, the binder is egg only, and the patties are pan-seared in a little olive oil. Sometimes I serve them over a salad, sometimes I plate them with vegetables, and sometimes I put them in a bun for a salmon alternative to beef or turkey burgers.