You'll find versions of this seafood chowder throughout Prince Edward Island and Atlantic Canada. It's easy to make at home, with fresh clams from your fish market, and any other seafood you enjoy. Gluten-free, too.
Don't wait for Mardi Gras to enjoy a pot of red beans and rice. Add shrimp, or leave it out for a vegetarian main dish.
Make this lemon, artichoke and shrimp risotto in the pressure cooker or on the stovetop. It's easy, with a can of artichoke hearts from the pantry.
For a main-course salad packed with flavor, texture, and color, try this Brussels sprouts salad with bacon, greens, and roasted shrimp. The buttermilk dressing pulls it all together.
When you have a burger craving, try these lighter, healthier tuna burgers slathered with a bit of spicy Sriracha mayonnaise.
Caribbean pepper pot, packed with chicken and shrimp, butternut squash and kale (or callaloo), wouldn't be the same without a healthy dose of spicy chile peppers.
Julia Child's classic salade Nicoise made easier. My version uses fresh tuna, but you can use any fish, or chickpeas for a vegetarian dish.