Post # 1
Someone on facebook was just talking about seafood and it made me crave it! I’m going to make steamed shrimp tonight probably. Other than that, I love crabs and lobster, and fried oysters and friend clams. What do you love, whether you cook it yourself or not?
Post # 3
Dungeness crab legs. Oh my lanta. SO GOOD. I enjoy lobster too.
Post # 4
I don’t discriminate when it comes to seafood. I love it all! I especially love the raw stuff. Oyesters, tuna and salmon sashimi, ceviche. mmmm yum.
Post # 5
All of it!!
There is very few types of seafood that I don’t love. I love shrimp, muscles, swordfish, salmon, cod, mmmm
Post # 6
@Meowkers: The only raw seafood I’ve had is sushi… I’m too scared!
Post # 7
Of what I’ve had, I love shrimp (all kinds), sushi, and crab legs. Not a big fan of scallops or oysters, and beyond that, I’m not very exposed to other seafood. The joys of being super landlocked. 🙁
Post # 8
I love salmon but I’ll happily eat any kind of (cooked) fish. Scallops are quite tasty too!
Post # 9
I’m on the seefood and eat it diet! haha j/k
I love most all types of seafood! Lobster and crab with butter would be my top picks!
Post # 10
Mmmm Love seafood! Trout, lobster, shrimp, and crab legs are my favorite.
Post # 11
My favorite preparation of seafood would have to be sushi. We love to make it at home with raw tuna or smoked salmon.
Post # 12
Love the menu at Bonefish, particularly the teryaki salmon they pair with wasabi sauce.
I also love bang bang shrimp!
But my true favorite is SUSHIIIII
Post # 13
Shrimps! Or fish simply pan fried with salt and pepper and lemon juice..yum!
Post # 14
I miss seafood so much, we had so many more places to get it back in South Carolina. I don’t think I can pick just one thing though, I love oysters, clams, crab, lobster, calamari, scallops, shrimp, all of it! Although I’m picky with actual fish.
Post # 15
Lobster, Crab, Salmon. YUM! I love all of it…
Post # 16
Lobster all the way. Freshly cracked and dipped in butter; on a roll with a little mayo; or in a bisque — love ’em all.
But if you’re thinking of cooking seafood, let me suggest Julia Child’s recipe for Coquilles St. Jacques – scallops gratineed with wine and herbs. A-MAZ-ING. I don’t actually like scallops, but my fiance does, so I made them for us this week (along with asparagus, which I like but he doesn’t — it all evens out). I am still dreaming of how they just melted in my mouth with the perfect amount of flavor. Here’s the recipe: http://www.bigoven.com/recipe/172735/Coquilles-St-Jacques-a-la-provencale-Julia-Child [note: Julia gives a suggested variation that the blog author doesn’t include – instead of 2/3 white wine, you can use 1/2 cup of dry vermouth + 3 tablespoons of water, which is how I prepared it].