Food Tube: Check Out L.A.'s Tastiest New TV Show

Remember when you used to spend Saturday mornings curled up on the couch watching your fave TV shows and eating a giant bowl of cereal? Well, now you can bring back that weekend tradition, thanks to Claire Thomas’ new network TV show, Food For Thought .
Claire, who runs The Kitchy Kitchen Blog and has been an R29 photographer and food contributor since Day 1, is the host of this lovely, L.A.-centric food show, which teaches you not only how to cook beautiful food, but also all about L.A. food culture. Whether she’s stopping at the best farmers market stands, taking you to the best fishmongers in town — and how to whip up the most delish fish tacos, ever — or meeting up with tastemakers all over the Southland, you'll enjoy every DVR-worthy moment of the show.
Click through to see Claire's recipe for the yummiest, easy-to-make fish tacos, and click here for showtimes and more recipes.
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Ingredients, for 4 tacos:
1 halibut filet (about 1/2 a pound)

Corn Salsa:
2 ears of corn
1 jalapeno, finely chopped
3 tablespoons finely chopped red onion
1/2 lime, juiced
2 tablespoons chopped cilantro

Crema (runny sour cream or cream fraiche)
Cotija cheese (any crumbly cheese)
4 corn tortillas
chopped lettuce to taste

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Drizzle both sides of the halibut with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper. Grill on medium high heat for 5 minutes per side (I used a grill pan). Meanwhile, grill the corn until the kernels blacken a bit (about 1-2 minutes a side). In a small bowl, combine the jalapeno (I only use a pinch, but more if you like a lot of heat), red onion, and lime juice. Slice the kernels off of the corncob and add them to the bowl with a big pinch of salt and pepper. Add the cilantro and stir to combine. Taste to see if it needs more seasoning or spice. Heat the tortillas on the grill so they're warm and pliable. Flake the halibut using a fork (or your hands) and build the tacos: Add a heap of fish in the middle of the tortilla, drizzle with crema, top with the corn salsa and a little lettuce, finish with a sprinkle of cheese.

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