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Seafood Bhagari Jhinga (Shrimp in Tomato-Cream) from dlishus
Big Adam's Shrimp from Adam from houston texas
Black Cod Sake Kasu from Ray's Boathouse, Seattle, Washington
Blackened Fish from Aisha
Bouillabaisse (Budget bouillabaisse) from carol k
Bouillabaisse from Lilann
Breaded Orange Roughy from Kelly
Brine for Smoked Salmon from John Driscoll
Cajun Shrimp
Cajun Stuffed Artichokes from William Bohannon
Calamari Ha Long Bay-Style from Germaine's Restaurant, Washington, DC
Carpet Bag Roast Beef from adapted from an old recipe
Catfish Frangelica from Teresa
Catfish Jambalaya from Teresa
Catfish Stew from William Bohannon
Ceviche (Shrimp Ceviche with Creme Fraich) from Elizabeth Riley in Bon Appetit, Sept. 1985
Ceviche from Kate Ransdell
Chicken and Shrimp a la Italiano from jgarcia
Chinese Chop Suey from Mandi
Chow Mein Casserole from memaw
Clam Fritters from Patty Johnson
Coconut Curried Prawns and Scallops from Seana
Coconut Shrimp from Angela Creighton
Conch Fritters from Susan S
Copper River King Salmon with Berry-Ginger Salsa from Ray's Boathouse, Seattle, Washington
Coquilles St. Jacques
Crab and Swiss Strata from Pam L.
Crab Bake Supreme from S. Chokel
Crab Cakes from Ray's Boathouse, Seattle, Washington
Crab Gumbo from Doreen

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