The tail cut of a large tuna is a very tasty part of the fish. However, this hard-working part of the tuna can be hard to work with.
I love kicking off the NFL season with seafood and this year I chose local yellowfin tuna from Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester. Tuna steaks are not showcased enough on this site and I didn’t do nearly enough grilling this very busy summer. My beloved, if currently flawed, New England Patriots will be the center of my … Read More “Local Yellowfin Tuna Is Made For The Grill” »
Fannie Farmer’s step by step instructions on how to clean a fish.
I needed something worthy of opening day for my beloved New England Patriots. Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester had fresh swordfish at their drive-up seafood market, so I grabbed two big steaks for the game. My first instinct would be to grill the swordfish or pan roast it. However, I’ve learned with my small house and bad … Read More “Baked Local Swordfish Is Simple And Simply Delicious” »
Smoked salmon in a creamy chowder sounded like a match made in heaven.
For my second look at Iceland Catch I’ll be reviewing the Cod Fillet Portions they sent me recently. I asked around some of my family members and friends, most of them involved someway with our local fishing industry and they fall into two camps: Either they like haddock much better than cod, or they can’t … Read More “Cod Livornese Style Thanks To Iceland Catch” »
Sea scallops, whether baked with crumbs, fried like clams, pan-seared, or grilled, are comfort food, Gloucester style.
I wanted to make a fish dinner that utilized the freshest Gloucester fish around, paired with items you may already have in your pantry, fridge or freezer. It’s variation of traditional baked haddock you find in New England.
Last time Shep dropped off some clams to me I covered it here, so I want to steam this batch a little differently. I decided to use up some leftover rose wine and some garlic and onion.
I met the Open Blue folks in Boston at SENA 2019 and now I finally get a chance to cook their responsibly raised cobia.