Eat Washington Seafood - Recipes

National Seafood Month: Grilled Fish Tacos

October 18, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

Our recipe for this week of National Seafood Month is grilled fish tacos. This dish is quick to make and easily customizable for you and your family. Firm white fish is optimal for this recipe, such as cod, halibut or mahi mahi (all potentially good sustainable choices and all typically available at local fish markets!).

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National Seafood Month: Grilled Shrimp Satay

October 11, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

This week’s feature for National Seafood Month is grilled shrimp satay. If you’re looking to keep things as sustainable as possible in your kitchen, Oregon pink shrimp is highly recommended. As a preparation consideration, let it be noted that I used foil packets for the shrimp and slight alterations to cook time will be necessary if you prefer to grill directly on your coals or grill irons.

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National Seafood Month: Grilled Lemon Parsley Cod

October 4, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

This week for National Seafood Month, we’ll be indulging in grilled lemon parsley cod. Pacific cod in particular is a good sustainable seafood choice at the moment, especially cod certified by the Marine Stewardship Council. As a preparation consideration, let it be noted that I will be using foil packets for the fish today and slight alterations to cook time will be necessary if you prefer to grill directly on ...

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National Seafood Month: Grilled Rosemary Salmon

September 29, 2021

By Lucia Davids, WSG Student Assistant 

As the chilly Autumn weather rolls in, we set our sights towards comforting meals and recipes that can bring just a little bit of warmth to our days. Traditionally, we tend to move away from outdoor meals and settle into dishes like soups, stews and delicious baked goods. The weather, however, shouldn’t stop you from making your favorite dishes all year long. In fact, much of what we might consider strictly ...

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Local and Coastal: Fisherman’s Grilled Salmon + BONUS RECIPE

September 4, 2021

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant

Robert Sudar landed his first salmon fishing gig thanks to his grandfather, who had been fishing commercially since the end of World War II. Fresh out of high school, he worked on purse seiners in the San Juans, catching pink and sockeye salmon en route to the Fraser River. Originally fishing was a way to earn some cash during college, but his involvement in and enthusiasm for the industry remains strong ...

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Local and Coastal: Dungeness Crab Cakes

August 14, 2020

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant 

What does eating local mean to you? In a state of abundant marine resources, Washingtonians have ample opportunity to explore what local seafood has to offer, from shucking shellfish at the beach with friends to signing up for a Community Supported Fishery share to be delivered right to your door. At Washington Sea Grant, one exciting aspect of promoting local seafood is collaborating with others also working to connect fishermen ...

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Local and Coastal: Spicy Thai Basil Clams

August, 7, 2020

Of the three clam species farmed in Washington–native littleneck, Manila, and the infamous geoduck clam–Manila clams are the most common, thanks to their fast growth and ability to be cultivated under a wide range of conditions. Washington Sea Grant supports a diverse and resilient shellfish aquaculture industry in myriad ways, from funding research to reduce juvenile clam mortality to supporting the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community and they revive Read More

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Local and Coastal: Summer Bounty Salmon Burgers

July 31, 2020 

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant 

Do you know who catches your fish? With how complicated seafood supply chains can be, it can be difficult to answer ‘yes’ to that question. Struggling to trace your fillet back to its source can be frustrating when trying to take advantage of all the fresh and sustainable seafood Washington has to offer. Local Catch Network (LCN) makes sourcing local seafood ...

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Local and Coastal: Garlic-Chili Oil and Smoked Oyster Pizza

July 17, 2020 

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant 

A classic New Haven-style pizza from Connecticut features freshly shucked littleneck clams atop a crust brushed with olive oil, garlic, and herbs. In our PNW version, we infuse the olive oil with the garlic and herbs first, add some mozzarella, replace the clams with smoked oysters, and throw some spring greens on top for good measure. Why use smoked oysters rather than littleneck clams? We have littleneck clams in Washington too, ...

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Local and Coastal: Coconut Salmon Curry

July 10, 2020 

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant

Thanks to Meera Sodha, author of Made in India, for opening our eyes to the deliciousness of fish poached in aromatic, slightly spicy, coconut curry. She uses white fish in the original (linked here), but our iteration uses chunks of sockeye salmon instead. You can use premade curry paste if you don’t have a mortar and pestle, but making your own ...

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Local and Coastal: Pink Shrimp Spring Rolls

June 19, 2020 

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant 

Fresh, light, and colorful, these spring rolls are everything a warm weather appetizer should be. Fill them with whatever thinly sliced crunchy vegetables you prefer; accompanied by sesame pink shrimp and a gingery soy sauce, you can’t go wrong. 

Though pink shrimp are quite small, Washington’s pink shrimp fishery is hugely important for the state’s commercial fishing industry, being its fourth most valuable fishery. Washington-caught pink shrimp Read More

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Local and Coastal: Miso-Glazed Sablefish

May 29, 2020 

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant 

Sablefish, black cod, butterfish: all these common names refer to Anoplopoma fimbria, a long-lived deep sea-dwelling fish prized for its buttery, delicate texture. Currently, sablefish is caught off the Washington Coast in the wild fishery managed sustainably by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Farmed sablefish is on the horizon, as the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and WSG researchers are actively testing methods to grow aquacultured sablefish ...

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Local and Coastal: Pink Salmon Gravlax

May 15, 2020

By Abby Rogerson, WSG Student Assistant

We love the quarantine kitchen enthusiasm, especially since it’s been encouraging people to cook more seafood at home and try out different types of seafood. This recipe uses pink salmon; though less commonly seen on the menu, it is the most abundant species of Pacific salmon. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) manages Washington’s commercial fisheries, and they’re working hard to keep fishermen in business and the ...

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