Eat Good Fish

We're supposed to eat two to three servings of seafood per week, for a diet lower in saturated fat and higher in protein. Sounds simple enough, but oil spills, natural disasters, and overfishing make choosing a seafood dinner less of a culinary exploration and more like a confusing exercise in social responsibility. Sometimes it seems like there's no conscientious choice to eat other than evil invasive fish.

But we've made it easy: Squid and sardines are two of the most sustainable and widely available seafood choices. Plus these recipes are delicious, and will make you glow with health.

Sarah Karnasiewicz covers cooking, food, and travel for Saveur, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, Real Simple, the Washington Post, Salon.com, and Imbibe, among other publications. For more recipes, visit her blog: 365 Kitchen.