January 14 2023

Sunday Morning Recipes are Starting Soon!

by Lauren Collins
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Learn how to make delicious local seafood with Sunday Morning Recipes from My Fishing Cape Cod! 

Starting on Sunday February 5th we'll be publishing seafood recipes every Sunday morning throughout the spring, summer and fall of 2023.

Throughout this upcoming 2023 season, Ryan and I will be sharing our favorite recipes for tautog, bluefish, fluke, striped bass, black sea bass, shellfish and many others. We'll also be sharing some of the recipes that have been shared by members of My Fishing Cape Cod inside our forum.

From lobster to dogfish, tuna to sea robins, it ought to be a fun culinary adventure!

A lot of these recipes will be brand new creations, while others will be older favorites that have been updated and improved for 2023. About 50% of the recipes will be publicly available, while the other 50% will be for My Fishing Cape Cod members-only.

All of the recipes will feature some sort of seafood, with an emphasis placed on using locally caught, grown, or harvested ingredients whenever possible.

quahogs in clamming basket underwater

The recipes will publish every Sunday at 6AM, and we can even send you an email reminder if that's something you'd like for us to do. 

Before I conclude this blog post, I wanted to say thank you to everyone who has reached out to me with their condolences for the loss of my dad. I really appreciate it. 🙂

Happy Cooking 🍽

About the author 

Lauren Collins

Through the eyes of a fishermans' wife, I'm excited to share my cooking and photography with you here on MFCC. You can learn more about cooking, and get more recipes by visiting my website Creatively Delish.


  • Looking forward to it Lauren – and sorry for your loss . There’s never a good time obviously, but tough around the holidays. Hope you guys are doing well

  • Sounds nice Lauren! Looking forward to seeing your recipes. So sorry about your dad. Ryans tribute to him on MFCC Memorial page was so heartfelt with great pictures and narrative. It looks like he had a great life. May he rest in peace. Take Care

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