Category: Seafood

Healthy Tuna Loin Appetizers with FLAVOR

As you all know, the Hunting Chef is on a diet and exercising.  I entered a cleanse regiment about 4 days ago, this means NO salt, sugar, processed fats (butter, mayo, etc.) caffeine, or any booze, carbs, or milk products. Lets review what I… Continue Reading “Healthy Tuna Loin Appetizers with FLAVOR”

New England Clam Chowder with Razor Clams

Over the past 10 years I have been looking for the best clam chowder recipe I could find.  My friend, Grover has also been on this quest and so the two of us have scoured the earth for the perfect recipe.  He even bribed… Continue Reading “New England Clam Chowder with Razor Clams”

Beer Battered Coconut Shrimp

I had this craving for shrimp today and my wife Stephanie is not that fond of shrimp so I had to prove myself that I could make shrimp that she would like.  I have hundreds of cook books, and I got this little one… Continue Reading “Beer Battered Coconut Shrimp”

Seared Asian Sesame Style Tuna

This is the easiest dish to make, and it drives me crazy to know that some people pay 20 bucks for this dish.  This is an excellent way to impress your friends with fresh tuna from the ocean. First thing you need is the Asian… Continue Reading “Seared Asian Sesame Style Tuna”

How to Clean a Tuna

Catching Tuna off the Oregon Coast can be the most exhilarating 30 minutes once you find them that you can have in a boat.  The last time we fished in Cabo, we had 29 in less than 30 minutes.  When the bite is over,… Continue Reading “How to Clean a Tuna”

Shrimp and Pork Pot Stickers

I am always looking for different way to cook wild game.  My oldest daughter had been bugging me about making pot stickers, so I waited until she left for the weekend and tried them.  They were great Megan, sorry you were not here to… Continue Reading “Shrimp and Pork Pot Stickers”

Sear-Roasted Halibut with Tomato and Capers

This is one of my favorite halibut dishes.  However, if you do not like capers, do not make this dish.  The capers, along with the balsamic vinegar and cherry tomatoes  is what brings this dish and all the complexities together.  If you have a… Continue Reading “Sear-Roasted Halibut with Tomato and Capers”

Halibut Tacos with Green Sauce

One of our favorite things to do is make fresh fish tacos, and as some of you already know…we caught some earlier this week.  We had JW coming up to visit from Texas this week and he was screaming on the plane when he… Continue Reading “Halibut Tacos with Green Sauce”

Wild Mushroom Risotto with Pesto Scallops

I said I was going to post it and true to my word, I finally got around to it.   This one goes great with the “Springer Salmon Cedar Plank” recipe.  I decided for the blog that I would do it as a main course. … Continue Reading “Wild Mushroom Risotto with Pesto Scallops”

Cedar Planked Springer Salmon in the Green Egg

My buddy gave me this recipe about three years ago and I must say, it is a great way to cook salmon.  Especially fresh Spring King Salmon from the Columbia River in Oregon.  I made it the next day after a client caught a… Continue Reading “Cedar Planked Springer Salmon in the Green Egg”