Posts tagged "fish"

Frisky Eats: 11 Fish Recipes For Non-Fish-Eaters

My mom grew up in South Dakota and Nebraska. She was the second of seven children, and the first daughter, which meant that she was the child most tasked with helping to prepare meals. Those two facts factored largely into my fish-less childhood — my mom did all the cooking, and she had absolutely no…

Rebecca Vipond Brink / January 27, 2015

Frisky Eats: 10 Fish Recipes For Potential Pescatarians

I do a lot of cooking at home, but as a creature of habit, I have to sometimes push myself to try new things. In an effort to do just that, and cut back on my chicken and red meat intake, I’ve been trying my hand at cooking a lot more fish. Salmon has always been my…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 1, 2014

Frisky Eats: 10 Fresh Ways To Cook Fish

I love to cook and will eagerly tackle pretty much any recipe, but for some reason I’ve always had a bit of a mental block about cooking fish. Few ingredients intimidate me more than a salmon filet or thick tuna steak (Am I going to cook it right? What herbs should I use? Do I…

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 18, 2013

World, This Is Your New Fish-Themed “Gangam Style” Phenomenon

In 2005, I went to grad school in England, and around then, the biggest song on the UK charts was the Crazy Frog ringtone. Not even kidding — a fucking terrible ringtone was the number one track in the country. So it’s no surprise that a song by a British man who refers to himself…

Julie Gerstein / December 28, 2012

Testicle-Eating Fish Species Caught In Illinois Lake

When biologists say the pacu fish eats nuts, they may be correct in more ways than one.
The pacu, a toothy fish that can weigh up to 55 pounds, has been spotted in Lake Lou Yaeger in Illinois, KSDK reports.
Responding to a report that a fisherman had reeled in a piranha on June 7,…

The Huffington Post / July 9, 2012

Lady Fish Love The Mustache

Apparently, we aren’t the only species that has a bizarre fascination with the furry friend of the upper lip. It seems that female Mexican molly fish prefer a mate with a mustache. Only some male members of the swimmers sport the whiskers, and a recent study done by German biologist Ingo Schlupp shows that these…

Kelli Bender / June 30, 2010

Doin’ It With Dr. V: Edible Aphrodisiacs

Hi, I’m Dr. V. I’m not a real doctor. I just play one on the Internet. What I am is a lady — -a lady who is a fool for love! And I love nothing more than sex. My deepest desires have happily led me on many adventures in the sack, but they have also,

Dr. V / February 6, 2009

Hot Outta The Oven: Detox-Friendly Roasted Halibut

Hot foodie Teri Tsang Barrett knows her way around a kitchen—a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education, she works as a Food Editor at Everyday With Rachael Ray in constant search of the perfect thin crust pizza. Here she unveils her favorite frisky recipes—good food that every ravenous gal can make in a pinch.

TTB / September 25, 2008

Fish Were First To Make Mating Noises

After studying the nerve networks of a bunch of vertebrates, scientists think that fish were the first animals to make audible mating calls. “I’m not saying fish have a language or are using higher powers of the brain,” said lead researcher Professor Andrew H. Bass of Cornell Uniersity. “But some of the networks of neurons,…

Catherine Strawn / July 21, 2008

The Daily Squeeze: No Male Mollys, Hillary’s Women, And James Marsden’s Shyness

There are no male Amazon Molly fish. The females reproduce by hooking up with males of other species, though none of their sperms seems to be used, and offspring inherit only their mother’s genes. Scientists are baffled. [Telegraph.co.uk]…

Catherine Strawn / April 23, 2008