I gave some away and I still had plenty left, so what can I do with all this cooked shrimp?
For dinner I had to come up with something new. With my wife staying clear of most carbs I had to abandon my usual way of baking haddock for something a little different, but still familiar.
The Green Crab R&D Project has created a free downloadable ebook with recipes for invasive European green crab.
Take a look at this new coffee mug with a vintage lobster label from my Zazzle store.
You know what would go well with that new Kindle you bought your favorite foodie? A copy of my eBook: From Head To Tale: Historic Seafood Recipes Through The Ages. Starting Sunday November 26th and running through December 2nd, get 400 years of seafood recipes for 99 cents. While I'm at it, I'll mention that … Continue reading Cyber Monday: From Head To Tale On Kindle For 99 Cents!
I was out of town one day this past October when I decided to try another fish market. Ipswich Shellfish is a well-known seafood wholesaler in my area, but I didn't realize that they had a fish market as well. When I got there I can see why it is highly rated in Google Reviews. … Continue reading Simple Grilled Swordfish: Simply Perfect
Thanks to the Gloucester Fresh Seafood program, my hometown is poised once again to be a leader in providing fresh, sustainable seafood. A growing list of restaurants, processors and fish markets are participating to market our locally caught fish with the "Gloucester Fresh" brand.
Bomster scallops are large, hand-shucked sea scallops that are vacuum-packed and flash frozen on the boat within an hour. Once thawed, these scallops are like you shucked them yourself!
It feels like it's only a matter of time before we buy everything online, maybe even our groceries. Now that Amazon has taken over Whole Foods it seems that the day is getting closer. One benefit to the takeover is that Whole Foods has slashed some of their seafood prices, which begs the question of … Continue reading Best Selling Seafood From Amazon
Here is a short video by the New England Aquarium on a collaborative study conducted in 2015-2016. Cusk (Brosme brosme) is not targeted by commercial fishermen and historically has been an inexpensive fish, if you can find one at a market. Their soft, mild flesh is known locally to be good in fish cakes and … Continue reading New England Aquarium’s Study On Cusk Mortality