A whole branzino encased with a salt-and-egg-white mixture that coagulates and hardens, providing a "lovely fish that was cooked on the bone to preserve the flavor."
Each year as summer rolls around, seafood dishes begin appearing at the top of “daily special” menus as diners look for healthier and lighter fare. Seafood restaurants see boosts in traffic both at the beach and inland. In NYC, chef Luke Venner of BLT Fish and BLT Fish Shack says summer ushers in a throng of diners who are returning from the beach and want to eat light. “No one is trying to eat a super piping hot beef stew in the summer,” he says. “People are ...
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