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How to Lower the Sodium in Your Recipes While Kicking Up the Flavor

Sunkist Lemon-Spiced Tilapia Tacos, by culinary spokesperson Michelle Dudash

Hi all! I can’t believe how long it has been since my last blog post. My apologies. I’ve been so busy creating recipes for clients and enjoying my summer that I forgot to share my latest and greatest with you. …

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Warm Mushroom and Spinach Salad with Shrimp

Warm Mushroom and Spinach Salad with Shrimp

I love it when my husband cooks for me, and I especially love his new twists on lovely, mouth-watering salad recipes that I can recreate for you all. His latest dish is this satisfying warm and springy salad of shrimp …

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How to Make Crunchy Oven-Fried Tilapia, Arizona Midday, NBC 12 Phoenix

Michelle Dudash's clean eating oven-fried (baked) tilapia

Yesterday I appeared on Arizona Midday on NBC 12 Phoenix and showed how to make my crunchy oven-fried (baked) tilapia. Destry, the crew and I devoured it after the show. Yum!

How to make clean eating baked tilapia

Watch how to make my baked tilapia here:

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Steve’s Grilled Shrimp Po’ Boy Sandwiches with Fresh Herb Mayonnaise, and Dispelling Mayo Myths

Grilled shrimp po boy sandwiches with fresh herb mayonnaise

Steve’s Grilled Shrimp Po’ Boy Sandwiches with Fresh Herb Mayonnaise, and Dispelling Mayo Myths

My husband Steve struck again with this so simple, yet so delicious, sandwich that cooks on the grill in just a few minutes. The key to …

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Angel Hair Pasta with Wild Salmon, Corn & Basil

Angel Hair Pasta with Wild Salmon, Corn & Basil

What to Do with Leftover Salmon and Corn

Now that summer is in full swing, I buy fresh wild Alaskan salmon regularly, since it’s abundant in peak season and often on sale. When my husband travels to the big box …

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Thyme Seared Scallops on Coconut Creamed Corn with Red Bell Peppers

Pan seared scallops with coconut creamed corn

There are two schools when it comes to coconut oil: the lovers and the haters. As I continue to sift through information, I fall somewhere in the middle. The pros of coconut oil are that it’s natural, has a …

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Steve’s Saucy Baked Salmon with Dijon & Dill

Steve’s Saucy Baked Salmon with Dijon & Dill

Rejoice! Wild Alaskan salmon season is near. It will begin any week now, so just keep in touch with your grocer’s fishmonger who will give you the scoop on its anticipated arrival. While canned and frozen salmon serve a purpose …

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Halibut en Papillote with Cherry Tomatoes, Capers & Garlic

Halibut en Papillote with Cherry Tomatoes, Capers & Garlic

There are very few proteins that I simply bake without first searing or browning. You will usually end up with a lackluster lump of pale meat if you skip this step. Fish prepared en papillote (in paper–parchment), however, is an …

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Basil-Balsamic Salmon Salad

Basil-Balsamic Salmon Salad using canned salmon

Love it or hate it, canned salmon is bursting with nutrition and is wonderfully economical. I rely on it this time of year, especially when fresh wild salmon is out of season. One of my favorite ways to use the …

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Parmesan-Crusted Dover Sole Fillets with Creamy Lemon-Parsley Sauce

Parmesan-crusted dover sole with creamy lemon-parsley sauce

Recently during restaurant week, I had the pleasure of dining at Eddie V’s, enjoying their four-course prix-fix meal for only $40. And this menu did not have any weak spots. We’re talking wedge salad, lobster bisque, an unbelievably good …

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