fish

Feast of Seven Fishes - Smoked Trout Croquette RECIPE Props / Photo by Joseph De Leo, Prop Styling by Megan Hedgpeth, Food Styling by Liza Jernow
These bite-size mashed potato croquettes are filled with smoked trout, mozzarella, Parmesan, and chives.

Feast of Seven Fishes - Smoked Salmon Tartare Dip RECIPE / Photo by Joseph De Leo, Prop Styling by Megan Hedgpeth, Food Styling by Liza Jernow
If you love beef tartare but don¡¯t love the idea of leaving a bowl of raw beef out at a cocktail party, this recipe is for you. 

Salmon_with_citrus_chile_sauce_recipe_BA_112519.jpg / Photo by Chelsie Craig
Layers of bright citrus (grapefruit) and gentle heat (jalape?o) add tons of flavor without weighing down this one-skillet dish finished with charred broccolini and endive.

Crohn's Diseases Fish Stew - HERO / Photo by Joseph De Leo, Food Styling by Anna Stockwell
With the nearly year-round availability of zucchini and cherry and grape tomatoes, this dish brings color and flavor to the table any time you¡¯d like.

Sheet-Pan Potato Hash with Fixins / Photo by Marcus Nilsson, Prop Styling by Amy Wilson, Food Styling by Frances Boswell
These shingled sheet-pan taters are somewhere between french fries and potato chips (and heaven). Use russets to achieve a remarkably crispy-meets-creamy texture.

Roast Fish with Curry Butter / Photo by Marcus Nilsson, Prop Styling by Amy Wilson, Food Styling by Frances Boswell
Give vegetables a head start in a hot oven before turning the heat way down. Then lay the fish on top, and let everything finish cooking together.

Grilled Swordfish with Tomatoes and Oregano / Photo by Alex Lau, Food Styling by Susie Theodorou, Amy Wilson
We're flipping the script and marinating after grilling. In this case, it's swordfish steaks in a punchy red wine vinegar dressing with capers and oregano.

Grilled Salt and Pepper Black Bass with Curry Verde / Photo by Alex Lau, Prop Styling by Amy Wilson, Food Styling by Susie Theodorou
Two tips for grilling whole fish like a pro: Use two large metal spatulas to make turning it a lot easier, and season the entire fish¡ªwe¡¯re talking head to tail and inside and out.