In this updated take on surf and turf, chef Barrett pairs halibut with slab bacon, using honey to tie together the flavors. By combining the fish and meat into one elegant entree, a smaller portion of halibut can be served without detracting from the perceived value of the dish.
The appetizer and bar menus at Bridges feature a wide selection of globally inspired seafood items. This starter reflects chef Gin's Asian background, showcasing Korean kimchi in a spicy vinaigrette for breaded Pacific oysters...
For a healthier take on the usual fried fish sandwich, chef Hatfield of Sodexo grills mahi mahi with a spiced honey glaze and layers it on a whole wheat bun. A minty mango slaw adds a refreshing twist and makes tartar sauce unnecessary.
Wild halibut can be very cost-effective when a few pieces are grilled, sliced and spread among 12 tortillas to make fish tacos. Chef Gefroh bulks up the filling with a bold grain salad of quinoa, corn and cherry tomatoes.
What happens when you take two popular meal items and put them together? Breakfast pizza. Sausage gravy, scrambled eggs and bacon make this dish the envy of other brunch foods.
This hearty side—which could also stand in for a vegetarian main dish after swapping the chicken stock for veggie broth—has flavor and texture to spare.