June 4, 2023

When it comes to cooking fish, sometimes we just need something different. Breading and baking, grilling, and pan frying fish filets are the easiest and most common ways to cook fish. However, these recipes can get a little "old". Today's recipe is all about trying something new with your catch. If ...

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How to Make Striped Bass with Creamy Roasted Tomato Sauce
May 28, 2023

I first created this recipe back in 2014 when Ryan and I were still dating.  It's so memorable for me because this was the very first recipe I created for My Fishing Cape Cod.  Since then, I've made quite a few more recipes for the site, and as each recipe ...

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How To Make Cajun Fried Scup
May 21, 2023

Years ago when I would visit my parents in South Carolina, there was one restaurant that we absolutely loved - Bin 112. Located in the little town of Greer, it was the best place I had ever eaten.Every time we went, I would always order the mussels appetizer, and to ...

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How to Make Mussels with Roasted Plum Tomatoes & White Wine
May 14, 2023

Striped bass has always been a staple in our house.  Now with the new regulations, we probably won't be eating it as often as we once was, however it's inevitable that eventually it will find our way back into our kitchen.Baking this white flakey fish with bread crumbs, butter and ...

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Two Easy (and delicious) Ways To Prepare Striped Bass
May 7, 2023

Fluke fishing usually doesn't get hot off Cape Cod until summertime. Nevertheless I wanted to make today's recipe post all about fluke, so you can be prepared well in advance!Typically my husband Ryan would always fillet flounder and fluke, but recently that all changed. After going on a fluke fishing ...

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How to Make Pan Fried Fluke Steaks
April 30, 2023

In today's recipe I'm serving a fish stew with a Greek twist.  Lemon juice, white wine, tomatoes and herbs, are simmered with shellfish, potatoes, fennel, garlic, onions and frozen black sea bass from the 2022 season, to make a perfect Sunday dinner.There is something so comforting about a pot of ...

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Cape Cod Fish Stew (with a Greek twist)
April 23, 2023

In this recipe, tautog is simmered and roasted in a Mediterranean style sauce of freshly chopped tomatoes, spices, herbs, capers and golden raisins.  Ryan and I really enjoyed this dish - it is heavenly! Plus what could be better than enjoying a meal from something caught locally on Cape Cod?This ...

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How To Make Mediterranean Roasted Tautog
April 16, 2023

If you live on or visit Cape Cod, then you know that seafood rules the restaurant scene. The Cape's sandy shores are surrounded by delicious ocean delicacies like scallops, lobsters, bass and much more. However, did you know the Cape also has abundant freshwater fish? In fact the state of ...

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How to Make Pan Seared Brown Trout with Pesto
April 9, 2023

During this time of the year a hearty fish stew can't be beat!  In today's recipe, a classic puttanesca sauce with briney capers and kalamata olives, meets rich cioppino stew, chock full of clams, mussels and local cod. Add in some hearty potatoes, hand crushed tomatoes and flavorful fennel and ...

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How To Make Puttanesca Cioppino
April 2, 2023

If you've been following along with My Fishing Cape Cod for some time, then you know that my husband Ryan and I love spending time in Costa Rica. In fact, I am very much missing the warmth of Costa Rica right now!  Nevertheless if I can't be in Costa Rica, ...

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How to Make a Tautog Casado
March 26, 2023

During the cold weather months, soups, stews and chowders become a staple in our house.  From a hearty fishermen's stew to a comforting chowder, soups rule the kitchen during the winter!  This Miso Fish Chowder is one that I've wanted to share with you, because not only does it taste ...

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How to Make a Heartwarming “Miso” Fish Chowder
March 19, 2023

Today's haddock recipe includes a super creamy, rich and totally delicious florentine sauce, full of fresh spinach and sun dried tomatoes. I don't want to toot my own horn, but we've got a real winner on our hands here!   The florentine sauce tastes like it has tons of butter ...

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How To Make A “Lighter” Haddock Florentine