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This recipe from Vancouver's Sai Woo highlights all that is hearty in this northern fish.
As the weather turns cool it’s easy to narrow your cooking range to short ribs and cassoulet, but just because the mercury is low is no reason to skip the fish monger. Sure some fish dishes work best in warm weather (we’re looking at you ceviche) but opt for a richer cut like sablefish and you’re solidly in (elevated) comfort food territory. And take that cut and then add some winter veg like this example from Vancouver’s Sai Woo and you’re solidly in the winter spirit.See recipe here.