03.03.17: Fish, Frozen Food & More
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This week, we're chatting about our favorite seafood recipes and the different ways that you can add more seafood into your weekly meal routine. Plus, it's National Frozen Food Month and we're sharing some of our favorite freezer finds, including shortcut ingredients that'll help make your time in the kitchen even easier. We even interview Skip Shaw, President/CEO, of the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association to find out the truth behind frozen foods, and a hint at what you can expect to see in your freezer case soon. Before it's all said and done, Howard answers questions from sent to us on MrFood.com, and gives you plenty of reasons to say, "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
-Our Favorite Seafood Recipes (Begins at 0:00)
Featured Recipes: Seafood-Stuffed Fish Fillets, Baked Overstuffed Shrimp, Balsamic Glazed Salmon, Cafeteria Fish Sticks
-What to Eat During National Frozen Food Month (Begins at 9:00)
Featured Recipes: Over-the-Top Chicken Caesar Melt, All in One Pierogi Skillet, Crispy Cheesecake Squares
Featured Brands: Dominex, Smucker's® Uncrustables, Hot Pockets®, Sandwich Bros of Wisconsin®.,
-Interview with Skip Shaw, President/CEO of National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (Begins at 20:59)
-Howard Answers Your Questions (Begins at 31:59)
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