How to cook tuna and halibut and add simple sauces, salsas, and flavored butters.
Tuna, which is often served rare to medium-rare, can be particularly tricky to get just right, especially when you want a nicely seared crust. As for halibut, the texture of this fish usually fares b...
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How do you get a crisp, perfectly seared crust and a rare center? We cooked 50 pounds of tuna to find out.
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