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Fill your summer with crab cakes, grilled shrimp, cioppino, fish tacos and more.
A Maryland staple, these crab cakes are made from fresh lump crab meat and just enough filler to bind the crabmeat together.
These festive and flavorful shrimp tacos are easy enough to make on a busy weeknight, and they’re good for you, too.
Linguine with clams in a garlicky white wine sauce makes an easy and elegant Italian pasta dinner.
This rich and creamy crab soup seasoned with Old Bay tastes like a day on the Eastern shore.
Grilled salmon with a tangy and refreshing cucumber salad over top makes a light and easy weeknight dinner.
Think of this Asian-style hot crab dip with crispy wonton chips as a deconstructed crab rangoon.
Old Bay kicks up the flavor of this classic shrimp salad. Pile it onto a croissant, scoop it over lettuce, or serve it with crackers.
Whether you serve this grilled shrimp for dinner or as an appetizer, it disappears in a flash. Make extra!
Mussels in a buttery, garlicky white wine broth make a simple and elegant supper.
Tuna poke is a traditional Hawaiian salad of raw tuna marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil, and onions. Here it’s served over sushi rice with your favorite toppings.
Grilled cedar planked salmon has a delightfully smoky flavor (and you don’t have to worry about the fish sticking to the grill).
Brimming with fresh seafood in a tomato and wine broth that tastes like the sea, cioppino is a classi Italian-American fish stew.
These Baja fish tacos are made from crispy beer-battered cod tucked into corn tortillas, topped with a cabbage slaw and smoky chipotle sauce.