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Fish the Dish

Fish the Dish is a playful and delicious television series that follows Chef Spencer Watts as he cooks up some of his favourite sustainable seafood dishes in preparation for his cookbook all about fish.

Fish the Dish is a playful and delicious television series that follows Chef Spencer Watts as he cooks up his favourite seafood dishes in preparation for his new cookbook all about fish. His animated, high-energy personality shines through as he makes accessible, tasty recipes with sustainable fish and shellfish. With a focus on beautiful, mouth-watering food and photography, Fish the Dish covers recipes for any occasion, using a wide assortment of ingredients, cooking techniques and themes. Each episode features one fish (such as salmon, halibut or trout) and one shellfish (such as lobster, scallops or oysters) done two ways each while focusing on a specific theme such as butter, citrus, or spice. The result? Meals that taste and look gourmet but that are actually quick, easy, and fun to make!

Project Details

Languages English
Target Audience Adults, Seniors, Youth
Health & Wellness Subject Area Nutrition
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