Seafood, IBS And Low FODMAP Diets

In early 2000 when I was nearly finished with my undergrad work in Cultural Anthropology, I started having gastrointestinal problems. At first it was chalked up to diverticulitis, but test, after test, after test, nothing was seen. Since several GI specialists could not find the reason for my abdominal pain and changing bathroom habits, my... Continue Reading →

Fried Clam Review: C.K. Pearl

Sometimes you just have to spoil yourself....after some really busy days at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum and a sold out Gloucester History sail aboard Schooner Ardelle, I felt I deserved a treat. It's been months since I last had fried clams and working in the epicenter of "clam row" can be torture as I get... Continue Reading →

MSC Certification For Gloucester’s Fisherman’s Wharf

As reported in the Gloucester Daily Times, the Marine Stewardship Council has just awarded their coveted blue eco-label to a partnership between Atlantic Trawlers Fishing and Gloucester's Fisherman's Wharf. Now haddock, pollock and redfish (ocean perch) caught in the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank, and landed at Fisherman's Wharf, will carry MSC certification. I... Continue Reading →

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