Cooking The Local Catch

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Incredible recipes made with ingredients found locally in South Florida.

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Lionfish Ceviche


Originated in Peru, ceviche is a seafood dish typically made from fresh raw fish, citrus juices and spiced with seasonings.

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Island Lobster


Tired of simply grilled or baked lobster? Move over butter – it’s time to kick it up a notch and throw in some exotic flavor.

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Floribbean Snapper


When the Atlantic meets the Caribbean, flavors collide melding fresh and local ingredients with flavors of the West Indies.

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Grouper Tacos


Tacos were made for Tuesdays, but with this recipe you’ll want to enjoy these tacos every single day of the week.

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Herb Roasted Florida Lobster


Baking a Florida lobster tail is like... so totally yesterday. Welcome to Fresh Florida Lobster 2.0.

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Floribbean Snapper


If you’re looking to impress your guests – this is it. A dish that combines color and flavor and offers an incredible presentation.

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Crispy Asian Whole Yellowtail Snapper


We’ve brought ingredients from the Far East and introduced them to our local snapper. The best part? No passport needed.

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Chili Lime Lionfish


Looking for a spicy way to cook Lionfish? Chili Lime Lionfish with Mango-Avocado Salsa will hit the spot. Your taste buds will thank you.

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Crab-Stuffed Whole Lobster Recipe


Northern Boston meets Southern Florida in this amazing spin on a classic South Florida Spiny Tail Lobster recipe. Yeah, it's that good.

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Hogfish Piccata Recipe


Encompassing a lemony tang, buttery taste and a splash of caper saltiness, this piccata preparation is the perfect partner for fresh hogfish.

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Pan-Seared Mahi Recipe


Atlantic-caught Mahi Mahi is the pièce de résistance in this recipe. Lightly pan-seared and coupled with roasted, caramelized brussels sprouts and an exotic rice blend. Ooh la la.

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