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  • The Trick to Making Great Fishcakes | Back to Basics

    The Trick to Making Great Fishcakes | Back to Basics

    Soggy mashed potato. It's a classic blunder any novice cook can make. Here's how to knock up some tasty fishcakes that won't disintegrate in the pan - whatever state the chef might be in...My worst-ever day's cooking was New Year's Day 1993, in the kitchens of The Four Seasons Inn at the Park. I wa...

  • Australian Fish Need Proper Labels for Easy Identification, Says New Group

    Australian Fish Need Proper Labels for Easy Identification, Says New Group

    Environmental groups launch 'Label My Fish' campaign to ensure consumers know exactly what they're eatingIn Australia, more than two-thirds of barramundi eaten is imported from Asia, much of the flathead sold is likely to be an unrelated species imported from South America, and shark, sold as "flak...

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  • 10 Best Kerala Recipes

    10 Best Kerala Recipes

    Prepare yourself for a culinary journey that canvases everything from exquisite seafood to ignored vegetables, from coconut milk to crispy curry leaves, from spluttering mustard seeds to soft and spongy appams. Prepare yourself for a scrumptious ride to 'God's own country'.The food of Kerala is one ...

  • How to Cook Easy Salmon Recipes | Back to Basics

    How to Cook Easy Salmon Recipes | Back to Basics

    This most majestic of fish may be difficult to catch, but it's easy to cook up delicious dishes in a variety of waysI have a friend called Luke who is obsessed with salmon. Obsessed. Apart from his wife and children, I don't think he loves anything more. His house is full of fishy trinkets: salmon ...

  • Seafood Labels and Sourcing to Become Clearer Thanks to New Code

    Seafood Labels and Sourcing to Become Clearer Thanks to New Code

    UK scheme backed by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is to allow consumers to check how sustainable their fish and seafood is A scheme to make the labelling and sourcing of sustainable fish clearer and more consistent for shoppers will be unveiled by the industry and retailers this week - and is backed b...

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  • How to Make the Perfect Prawn Cocktail

    How to Make the Perfect Prawn Cocktail

    Do you have a soft spot for this retro classic? What kind of prawns do you use, is iceberg essential, and can any fancy sauces beat mayonnaise mixed with tomato ketchup?The prawn cocktail has become such a figure of culinary fun in recent years that it is hard to take it seriously as a dish - prawn ...

  • Cooking and Loving Shrimp

    Cooking and Loving Shrimp

    If there were such a thing as a national shrimp intervention, this may be a perfect moment for it. We are a popcorn shrimp nation, enthralled by endless shrimp platters and bulging all-you-can-eat seafood buffets. We are lovers of overstuffed po'boys, steaming bowls of scampi and takeout containers ...

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  • Nigel Slater's Five Perfect Summer Fish Recipes

    Nigel Slater's Five Perfect Summer Fish Recipes

    There are fish recipes that seem particularly appropriate to high summer. Soused herring and mackerel, various salmon mayonnaises and ceviche, smoked salmon and cucumber salads and light soups with fresh beans and herbs. These are some of my favourites, they require very little preparation or cooki...

  • Unsusual Weather Conditions Affect Supply of Hilsa

    Unsusual Weather Conditions Affect Supply of Hilsa

    The unusual warm ocean currents in the Pacific due to the 'El Nino' phenomenon could be one of the reasons why the famed hilsa fish might remain in short supply.Hilsa is a silvery tropical fish savoured in India and Bangladesh and is regarded as the quintessential Bengali delicacy. However, this yea...

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  • 10 Things You Must Eat in Kerala

    10 Things You Must Eat in Kerala

    "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page." - St. AugustineI'm not sure when the 'travel bug' bit me but I think it was somewhere between the time I was packed up and relocated to a small town in England and when I decided to renounce my cushy Delhi life for studying in Man...

    Read More: appam, seafood, travel
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