With the average American eating as much as 16 pounds of seafood a year, it’s no wonder that whatever one’s religious preference or faith (Catholic or not), many use the Lenten season as an excuse to add more fish and shellfish to their daily diet.
Now that Fat Tuesday and Mardi Gras are behind us, here’s 18 recipes from our popular Fish on Friday Recipe of the Week Series to help you do just that whether you love shrimp, crab, salmon, tilapia, halibut, oysters, mussels, lobster, or clams!
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