Fishermen have known since time immemorial, that there are plenty of delicious, but underutilized seafood species beyond what is usually seen at the fish market.
The northern snakehead has been taking over waterways in the Mid-Atlantic states and possibly beyond,
Lionfish could possibly be the most dangerous of all marine invasive species and needs to addressed before it’s too late.
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.
The Green Crab Project has created a free downloadable eBook with recipes for invasive European green crab.
The herrings are a family of related schooling fish that occupy the Atlantic and Pacific oceans as well as the Baltic Sea. There are three species of “true” herrings: the Atlantic (Clupea harengus), Pacific (Clupea pallasii), and the Araucanian herring, (Clupea bentincki). There are other similar species also called herrings as well as subspecies of … Read More “Species Spotlight On Herring” »
Haddock is probably the mildest of the cod-like fishes, so take that into consideration when replacing haddock with cod, hake or pollock.
Flounder is a common sight in fish markets and is sold fresh whole or in fillets as well as in frozen fillets.
Monkfish have been seen in European fish markets since at least the Middle Ages, but were of little to no commercial value in North America until around the late 20th century.
Mackerel of all stripes are often loaded with Omega-3s, all are wild caught and most species are low in mercury.