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A Year of Slow Cooking

Wednesday, December 7, 2005


Yes. You really can cook seafood in fish in the slow cooker. And it's not gross. I promise.

All recipes are completely gluten-free. If you are not gluten-free, simply ignore my notes, or file them away in case you ever need to cook for someone with a gluten sensitivity.

  1. Cedar Planked Salmon
  2. Fillet of Sole with Pesto
  3. Fish Chowder
  4. Foil Packet Tilapia
  5. Halibut in White Sauce with Broccolini
  6. Jamaican Salmon
  7. Lemon and Dill Salmon with Spinach
  8. Mahi Mahi With Asparagus, Broccoli, and Spinach
  9. New England Clam Chowder
  10. Orange Honey Tilapia
  11. Salmon with Lime Butter  
  12. Sweet and Spicy Salmon Recipe
  1. Bacon Wrapped Scallops Recipe
  2. Barbecued Shrimp (amazing!!)
  3. Cedar Planked Salmon
  4. Crab and Corn Soup  
  5. Crab with Sundried Tomatoes and Horseradish Spread
  6. Fish Chowder Recipe
  7. Foil Packet (parmesan) Tilapia
  8. Halibut in White Sauce with Broccolini
  9. Jamaican Salmon
  10. Lobster Bisque
  11. Paella 
  12. Seafood Alfredo

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Anonymous said...

People please try the recipe before adding any comments. I do not appreciate to have to read through everyone saying, it looks good, it sounds good, it sounds delicious, etc.

annie ann said...

I love your recipes I use my slow cooker sometimes just put a piece of meat then make the side dishes its so hot to use the stove thanks

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