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  1. Seared Halibut Niçoise

    Seared Halibut Niçoise

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    Halibut is a lovely, flaky, mild white fish — a great base for bolder flavors. This recipe draws inspiration from Mediterranean flavors — sweet tomatoes, briny cured olives, fresh haricots vert, and tangy mustard vinaigrette.

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  2. Reefnet Salmon with Salsa Verde

    Reefnet Salmon with Salsa Verde

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    Distribute the cooked vegetables evenly on four dinner plates. Place one salmon fillet atop each pile of veggies. Spoon the salsa verde around the salmon and vegetables. Serve and enjoy.

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  3. Grilled Prawns with Beans and Miner's Lettuce

    Grilled Prawns with Beans and Miner's Lettuce

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    Chef Stowell prefers using jumbo Hawaiian blue prawns and round Italian controne beans for this light, springy salad, but large shrimp and cannellini beans will also work.

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  4. Roasted Halibut with Shellfish Cioppino

    Roasted Halibut with Shellfish Cioppino

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    Cioppino is a classic seafood stew whose origins can be traced to the Italian fishers of San Francisco. And unlike many fishermen’s stews that are thick and tomato-based, this one relies on fish stock (or clam broth) and just a hint of tomato, plus the unmistakable flavors of fennel and crushed red pepper flakes, to create a gently perfumed, aromatic broth with a bit of a kick. The final crowning touch is the addition of one of the Northwest’s iconic fish, fresh halibut, which perches atop the cioppino.

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  5. Cream-Poached Halibut Cheeks with Spring Vegetable Medley

    Cream-Poached Halibut Cheeks with Spring Vegetable Medley

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    This preparation uses a little bit of everything showing up at the farmers market, slicing the vegetables all very thinly and then reserving some and cooking the rest for varied texture and flavor. Light, indulgent, crunchy, and celebratory, this recipe for cream-poached halibut cheeks with spring vegetable medley may not be healthy, but it makes for a nice starter.

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  6. Asian Shrimp Soba Noodles With Vegetables

    Asian Shrimp Soba Noodles With Vegetables

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    This salad isn't super spicy but the jalapenos and sriracha sauce add a nice subtle flavor with just a touch of heat.

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  7. Elegant Shrimp Scampi Pasta Lightened Up

    Elegant Shrimp Scampi Pasta Lightened Up

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    For a gourmet tasting dinner, try this superb shrimp, sauteed in a buttery, garlic and lemon wine sauce.

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  8. Clams with Linguine

    Clams with Linguine

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    When buying clams ask the person sorting to check and make sure each one closes and then after weighing to place on ice. This will help guarantee fresh clams on the ride home.

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  9. Soy Sauce-Poached Halibut Cheeks

    Soy Sauce-Poached Halibut Cheeks

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    Since fish cheeks are the best part of the fish, and halibut's flavor is so light, you hardly have to do anything to make it taste good. In this recipe, a quick poach in a soy sauce-based mixture is all it takes to whip up a quick dish.

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  10. King Salmon with Sweet Corn and Cherry Tomato Salsa, Patatas Bravas, and Guajillo Chile Vinaigrette

    King Salmon with Sweet Corn and Cherry Tomato Salsa, Patatas Bravas, and Guajillo Chile Vinaigrette

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    This Indian summer recipe, although it has a lot of steps, is incredibly easy and adapts easily to other types of firm-fleshed fish, shrimp or chicken. Both the salsa and vingaigrette can be prepared ahead of time.

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