The fresh briny clams and smoky chorizo give you an incredibly flavorful stock without having to slave over a simmering pot all day. And the addition of the starch and veggies (and maybe a little crusty bread on the side, for the hedonists) make the dish a perfectly balanced one-pot meal.
From the eastern coast of sunny Spain comes this vibrant regional specialty that’s certain to impress! Named after the two-handled pan it is traditionally cooked in, paella gets its unique kick from smoky paprika and Spanish chorizo. Here, “fruits of the sea” are combined with tender rice.
This gratin is so delicious thanks to the sweet oysters that release their juices to blend with the cheesy pool of joy under a golden and bubbly crust. Serve with pieces of crusty sourdough.
The addictive chipotle bourbon butter is adapted from Hog Island Oyster Co., which serves legendary grilled oysters at their outpost in Tomales Bay. You can easily make these under the broiler at home if you don't own a grill.
This risotto is a simple dish with a huge impact. It begins with chunks of earthy portobello and shiitake mushrooms and is finished with a drizzle of fragrant truffle-infused oil, taking this hearty Wild Mushroom Risotto to the next level.
Serve this hot for a quick and healthy weeknight meal. Then eat it cold the next day as a cold farro salad in the lunchroom, surrounded by drooling coworkers who wish you had made extra.
For an appetizer, snack, or lunch, these buffalo shrimp deviled eggs are a-mazing! That creamy egg yolk filling and the spicy prawns are a match made in heaven.
With a little organization, you can pull this off in about 20 minutes, and it is worth every single second. Plus, these toasts can be eaten any time of day, and they’re definitely impressive enough to serve to guests.
Every bite tastes like a briny, windswept summer afternoon on the Maine coast.
Asian Stir-Fried Clams make for a simple but incredibly flavorful meal. The combination of some common Chinese cooking ingredients really elevates the flavor of this wonderful shellfish.
This dish is everything a real clam chowder should be--salty pork fat, rich, thick body, soft chunks of potato, and plenty of unchopped bits of clam throughout. Plus, it is seasoned with miso paste and gochujang to give it a sustaining heat!
Few things are more welcome than a hearty bowl of New England Clam Chowder. The flavor of this quintessential creamy soup with tender chunks of potatoes, salty bits of bacon, sweet corn, and briny clams is delicate and mild.
The most difficult part of this recipe is boiling the water, so give it a try!
Every bite of this dip is loaded with crab and cheesy deliciousness. It takes only minutes to throw together with its minimal ingredients, making it a must-have at your next party.
Eating crabs is a social thing, so there is no better time to whip some up than when you are having a backyard BBQ. This Smoked Blue Crab gives a whole new meaning to surf and turf!
Gorgeous plump Stone Crab Claws in a buttery cilantro sauce make a great seafood dinner!
You won't believe how easy it is to steam these Alaskan King Crab Legs.
Siu Mai is a type of dim sum that is traditionally eaten for breakfast, but it's so delicious that they now also serve it during lunch hours!
This gumbo is absolutely the best you will ever have. The seafood stock and base both add fantastic flavor to the dish!
Give this dish a Maryland twist with lump crab meat and a surprise crumble on top! No matter which cheese, noodle, or crumble you use, your mac and cheese will be the bomb if you follow this formula.
With beets, carrots, cabbage, and tomatoes, this recipe is great for gardeners and veggie lovers alike. Not only is it delicious, but its bright crimson color is also eye-catching on the table.
Kids will definitely love to eat this eggy dish!
These Vietnamese Rice Paper Wraps are a wonderfully healthy and fresh alternative to deep-fried spring rolls. Gone are the days of slaving around a pot of hot oil. Instead, say hello to the days of making these healthy and incredibly quick rolls.
This is a Malaysian Nyonya dish that is so easy to prepare and yet delivers huge flavor. The sweet, sour, and savory flavors of tamarind pair so well with the shrimp. Best of all, it’s ridiculously easy to prepare with only four ingredients!
This prawn and mango curry is an Indian specialty made when mangoes are in season. The raw mangoes impart a light, tangy flavor to the dish. Absolutely amazing!
If you’re a fan of Chargrilled Oysters, this recipe is for you. This treat will take you right to the coast!
The best way to enjoy these luxurious sandwiches is sitting poolside in your bathing suit with kettle chips and an ice-cold beer.
Hard to beat a "Surf and Turf" meal! Learn how to grill lobster as well as some thick-cut cowboy steaks, featuring the new "Not Ketchup" Tangerine & Hatch Chile sauce.
This Lobster Risotto combines briny, garlicky lobster and creamy rice for such a gorgeous pairing!