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Seafoodies

There are foodies. And then there are seafoodies. We make sure you’re getting the best seafood around, so the recipes you make are sure to be delicious.

Salads really can't get any easier than this! To make it in one bowl, just whisk the dressing in the serving bowl and toss in the shrimp, romaine, green onions and snow peas.

Planked Alaska Salmon with Sol-I-Mar Rub features quite the combination of herbs and spices to bring out the most in salmon fillets or steaks.

Citrus-Soy Salmon serves 4, but it divides in half easily to serve 2 or doubles to serve 8. Keep this recipe handy - it's great for last minute entertaining!

A little dab of wasabi paste is all you need, so don't overdo it! Enjoy Salmon-Wasabi Deviled Eggs with cocktails or as part of a lazy Sunday brunch.

There's a whole lot of good stuff happening with this Parmesan-Crusted Salmon with Angel Hair Pasta and Roasted Red Pepper Salsa recipe. The salmon has a light Parmesan cheese coating on it and we're crazy for the roasted red pepper salsa served on the side. So much flavor!

Adding a little Asian zing to salmon fillets. Short on time? Just marinade in the time it takes to for the grill to heat up. Double the batch and grill extras to add to lunchtime salads.

Rub the Asian glaze onto Planked Alaska Salmon and grill to perfection. Add a sprinkle or 2 of red pepper flakes for extra heat.

The only thing easier than grilling seafood is eating it!

Sure, you could serve Smoked Salmon Bites as an appetizer at your next party, but wouldn't they be fun to serve as part of a brunch or even for a bridal shower? Make the filling ahead to save time.

Adding a rub is an easy way to impart additional flavor to salmon. The best part is that it takes NO additional time at all. We love that.

Salmon and dill are best friends, but we've brought other savory flavors into the mix with this Encrusted Salmon Fillets recipe. Easy enough for every day, but impressive enough to serve to guests.

Salmon and Nectarine Salad with Honey-Lemon Dressing is a great way to use leftover grilled salmon. If it's seasoned, even better! The dressing is versatile enough to play off any new flavors you bring to the recipe.

Serve Tuscan Salmon with greens dressed with a light-tasting vinaigrette or even some pasta. We love quick dinner options like this. Omit the cheese to make it dairy free.

A gorgeous piece of salmon doesn't need much more than a simple sauce. Serve King Salmon with Tomatoes and Chives with steamed rice for a restaurant-quality meal.

Make the salmon and rice salad ahead of time, so you can serve Chef Even's Grilled Salmon Pitas as a quick dinner or even for lunch.

Don't you love recipes that take about 15 minutes to make? Seared Salmon with Green Peppercorn Sauce is quick, easy and delicious. Serve with a giant green salad and some crusty bread to soak up the rest of that yummy sauce.

You can make Planked Alaska Salmon with Terrific Taj Rub 1 of 3 ways. Grill it on a cedar plank, lay the salmon fillet directly on the grill rack or place the fillet on a baking sheet and pop it into the oven. Easy and delicious.

Do you like pina coladas? Shrimp Salad with Pina Colada Vinaigrette is for you! The dressing's sweet, spicy and tropical.

We've made these Fish Tacos with Pineapple Slaw with mahi mahi, but there's no reason you couldn't use another firm white fish or shrimp.