Fish

peri-peri mackerel with tomatoes and peppers
Fish, Lunch, Recipes

Peri-Peri Mackerel with Peppers and Tomatoes

This peri-peri mackerel recipe uses Nando’s medium peri-peri sauce to spice up the mackerel with some chilli warmth and is really simple to make. Mackerel is a really robust fish and will tolerate being marinated or glazed with strong flavours. If you want more or less heat just use a hotter or milder peri-peri sauce! […]

squid caught rod and line
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Catch It and Cook It – Squid (Calamari)

Catch It Rod and line fishing for squid (calamari) and cuttlefish has become popular in the UK over the past few years. Specialised fishing techniques using custom lures known as jigs. These have two circular rows of crown hooks that entangle the tentacles. Various locations along the UK south coast such as Weymouth have become […]

cuttlefish
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Catch It and Cook It – Cuttlefish

Catch It Rod and line fishing for squid and cuttlefish has become popular in the UK over the past few years. Specialised fishing techniques using custom lures known as squid jigs. These have two circular rows of crown hooks that entangle the tentacles. Various locations along the UK south coast such as Weymouth have become […]

whiting on hook
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Catch It and Cook It – Whiting

Catch It Whiting, and I’m talking about English whiting here, are seriously underrated as an eating fish. Brighton Charter Boats When these English whiting caught by beach, boat or commercial anglers, they are thrown back in the main or turned into fish cakes. However, I like fish cakes and we have a good recipe later […]

scampi and chips
Fish, Mains, Recipes

Homemade Scampi

Homemade scampi is so much better than those from supermarkets. Shop bought scampi often contain over 50% breadcrumbs and only 7% actual scampi. The rest is water and minced cod plus additives. Origins of Scampi Scampi is an Italian word which migrated all over Europe. In most countries, especially Italy, scampi means the peeled tail […]