Shrimp, avocado and fresh chives contribute to this delectable treat featuring fresh-caught yellowtail. When avocados are plentiful and of good quality, use them, otherwise, use prepared guacamole. I like to add tomatoes to my guac to add more flavor and freshness.

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Rubs are usually associated with something you put on meat. Mix up a bunch of dry or fresh herbs, salt and pepper and plaster the mixture onto a big steak or roast. The flavor of the rub penetrates the meat after several hours and adds remarkable flavors. Rubs are also great on fish, but I…

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Yellowtail often gets confused with yellowfin tuna. Even though yellowtail tuna is called a tuna, its not actually a tuna. Confusing right? It is a member of the jack fish family. It still contains your healthy Omega-3’s, but also has vitamin A and D as well as calcium and protein. So eat up!  

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Best used for firm, oily to semi-oil fish like salmon, yellowtail, dorado and any species of tuna. Don’t marinade for too long (only 1-2 hours) or else your fish will become a jello-y mess – or more like ceviche, which isn’t all that bad either.

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