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Most seafoods are extremely versatile. For instance, salmon and albacore can be grilled, baked, broiled, poached, microwaved, sautéed, smoked, canned, or eaten raw in sushi and as sashimi. Leftover cooked salmon or albacore is also excellent, and may even be frozen in meal-sized quantities, defrosted as needed, and used like canned fish. Also, consider substituting seafood in your favorite chicken, beef, or pork recipes. You are limited only by your imagination! Meanwhile, here are a couple of Captain Mark's recipes to get you started!



  • 1/2 cup Margarine or Butter

  • 1/2 cup Brown Sugar

  • 1/2 cup Teriyaki Sauce

  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup Tequila

  • 10 Minced Garlic Cloves

  • Small Diced Onion

  • Lemon/Lime Juice (optional)

  • Celery Salt, to taste

  • Garlic Salt, to taste


Directions: Heat all ingredients in a sauce pan just until the butter is melted.


Large uncut salmon or albacore fillets may be marinated several hours, but you may want to marinate portion-sized servings for less time, depending on the flavor profile you want.

Captain Mark's Tequila Splash Marinade

Captain Mark's As You Like it Tartar Sauce



  • mayonnaise

  • garlic, finely diced

  • onion, finely diced

  • dill pickles, finely diced

  • lemon juice

  • pickle juice

  • salt and pepper

  • Tabasco sauce

  • parsley or cilantro (optional)


Directions: Mix in quantities to your taste.


Note: Although this isn't the recipe used by our Dockside chefs, it's yummy nonetheless! (And, yes, our Dockside tartar sauce is made from scratch!)



  • diced oysters

  • yellow onion

  • sliced bacon

  • heavy cream

  • half and half

  • garlic

  • white pepper

  • bay leaves

  • clam base

  • white wine

  • corn starch

  • cold water


Directions: Mix in quantities to your taste. 

Dockside Oyster Chowder

More Recipes: Click on the link below for a 6-page PDF document of 18 recipes (many featuring salmon) submitted by some of our wonderful Bonnie Marietta customers.  (You'll need Acrobat Reader to view the PDF.)

Or, check out the websites via the links below for many more recipes featuring all kinds of seafood!

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