You don't have to live along the waterways of America's heartland to know about the invasive scourge that is Asian carp. Four primary species of Asian carp have basically taken over many rivers here in the US and pose a threat to the ecosystems of the Great Lakes. As of right now, I believe they … Continue reading Eating Invasive Species: Asian Carp
Right before Christmas this year, we were contacted by an old credit card saying we had expiring frequent flyer miles and had to book something NOW! My wife and I totally forgot about these and really don't have the cash to actually fly somewhere. We decided to do a little stay-cation for the three of … Continue reading Eataly Boston: Lunch At Il Pesce And Squid-Ink Pasta For Later
A Norwegian company may have found a way to provide very high quality Atlantic halibut, using an innovative, low-impact approach to raising the fish on land.
Recently Genova, a brand of Tri-Union Seafoods, was nice enough to send me a coupon for a free can of their various types of canned tuna. Let's see what lies under the lid.
If Aqua-Spark continues to fund companies like these, they may completely reverse the general public's view on aquaculture.
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!