Fish Archive

Tomato-Free Red Snapper Livornese (AIP, SCD)

Fish cooked in the Livornese style usually means a tomato based sauce, but my version of the classic Tuscan dish takes out the tomatoes entirely so that people who are on the autoimmune protocol or who otherwise need to avoid nightshades can still enjoy the incredible flavor

Thai Green Curry Shrimp (AIP)

Believe it or not, the exotic and infiniting interesting flavors of Thai green curry adapt extremely well to the requirements of the autoimmune protocol (AIP) because the dishes are mostly dairy and gluten-free already. If you don’t need to avoid nightshades or other spices, you can use

Grilled Ahi Tuna with Zucchini Relish (AIP, SCD)

It’s zucchini season in my part of the world and I’ve discovered that the very best way to enjoy it is fresh and with as little alteration as possible. This zucchini relish, served with some seared or grilled medium-rare ahi tuna steaks, is a beautiful showcase for

One Pan Salmon & Rainbow Chard with Garlic & Tarragon (AIP, SCD)

There are a lot of things I could say about this salmon and rainbow swiss chard recipe, but I’ll start off with the most important: ONE PAN. You make the whole thing in a single skillet, so there is little to clean up at the end. It

Lemon Garlic Bok Choy & Mushrooms with Shrimp (AIP, SCD)

What else can I do with all this bok choy?! That was the question that lead to a stir fry combining bok choy, mushrooms, and shrimp in a flavorful lemon garlic sauce… and one of the tastiest AIP-friendly Asian inspired dishes I’ve yet to eat! Garden update

Grilled Curry Shrimp (AIP, SCD)

Grilling season is here and these curry shrimp skewers are an easy and flavorful break from the ordinary burgers and other typical BBQ fare. Shrimp tends to be a people pleaser (it is one of only two “creatures who swim” that the picky eater in my house

Clam Chowder & Oyster Crackers (AIP)

Your mouth may have trouble believing it, but there are no potatoes in this clam chowder or a drop of dairy. Celery root, or celeriac, is the single magic ingredient that serves as a perfect substitute for both also adds an enticing aroma and flavor. To top

Crispy Sardine Cakes (AIP)

Not a sardine lover? Join the club! I created this recipe for crispy sardine cakes just for you (and me) so we’d have a more delicious and texturally pleasing way to eat these economical nutritional powerhouses! Kalamata olives and lemon zest add flavor that tones down the

Tuna Zoodle Casserole (AIP)

Love it or hate it, tuna casserole is an American classic… at least in the upper Midwest where I grew up, and for years I’ve wondered: could I make a tasty AIP version, perhaps a “Tuna Zoodle Casserole”? My first couple attempts were watery failures (more like

Watermelon and Scallop Ceviche (AIP, SCD)

It is so hot and muggy in the Washington, DC area this time of year that I don’t want to use ANY heat for cooking – not even for just a few minutes. I’m not a food historian, but I’m guessing that is exactly why ceviche was
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