Here is a recipe that combines the health-preserving qualities of wine-roasting with some of the tasty elements of high temperature cooking like broiling. Most of the cooking is done in the wine and leek liquid. This technique does not qualify as poaching in that the fish is not fully submerged in the broth. The moisture, however, allows for this dish to be cooked without any added oil (remember, even healthier oils add lots of calorie
What is good for our health also should be good for the health of the planet. I thus was happy to see that Greenpeace thought Costco's revised sustainable seafood policy merited a congratulations. I like shopping at Costco; I now feel better about shopping there for the Kardea Kitchen.
Dr. James Ehrlich, Medical Director of Early Detection Technologies, Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Colorado, Denver, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at The George Washington University School of Medicine, offers a review of our new book, The Kardea Gourmet: Smart and Delicious Eating for a Healthy Heart: