Shrimp scampi (really, shrimp in any form is awesome. But slathered in butter and garlic? Yum!)
Grilled or broiled salmon
Sushi (preferably nigiri sushi--I don't like all of those sauces)
Shellfish: Clams, mussels, shrimp, and scallops. My favorite way to eat scallops is in ceviche. I also love crab and lobster, but I'm too lazy to prepare them most of the time.
Fish: Pacific salmon, branzino, snapper, tuna (seared or in sashimi)
Ah heck, I enjoy most seafood I've tried. I enjoy caviar, but it's a bit pricey for my budget right now. I mostly enjoy getting smaller fish i can serve whole (like branzino), usually roasted in a salt crust. I ate a lot of Pacific salmon when I was little, so that will always hold a dear spot in my heart. I just can't afford it here in Virginia. Shellfish are my favorites, because they're bite-sized (most of the time) and good for parties. But, they're a pain in the butt to clean.
ALL OF IT. Fish roe, urchins, squid, mussels, clams, oysters, eels, shrimp, lobster, crab, scallops, and most varieties of fish. I live in Seattle, where good, fresh seafood is always available and prices aren't too crazy, so I could be a happy pescetarian if I had to. When the Copper River salmon season is on, I pretty much gorge myself on it until I can't stand the idea of salmon ever again--not until the next season, anyway.
Grilled halibut with herb butter. Ahi tuna, either sashimi'ed or lightly pan-seared so it's still raw inside...[drool]
The list of swimmy-things I don't like is so short, it's probably more useful: tilapia, catfish, and cod. The only way I can eat any of those three is if they are battered and deep-fried, and since that's just not happening anymore, I don't bother.
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