The recent family vacation started off wonderful, but unfortunately ended with my wife, kid and myself infected with strep throat. The heat, crowds and growing bacteria in our bodies tried to crush our spirits but we pushed through and had lots of fun. The Disney experience is more micro-managed by The Mouse than ever in … Continue reading Seafood At Disney World
After a recent post about canned tuna in oil, I was contacted by Alistair Blair of The Fish Society. You may recall it was The Fish Society, that sent me that wonderful Dover sole last year. This time Alistair offered up something that would change the way I see canned tuna. Ortiz brand Ventresca de … Continue reading Ventresca de Bonito From The Fish Society: Best Canned Tuna Ever!
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
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.
If Aqua-Spark continues to fund companies like these, they may completely reverse the general public's view on aquaculture.
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.
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!