This isn't a typical post for me, then again my last weekend wasn't typical either. With the tall ships in for Sail Boston 2017, the Essex Shipbuilding Museum was well represented along with our other local maritime organizations. We spent a hot and muggy weekend on the Boston waterfront talking to visitors and sailors from … Continue reading Tall Ships And Fried Fish At Sail Boston 2017
Lent has traditionally been tied to the consumption of seafood and was once part of a series of fasts in the Catholic calendar that forbade meat (with exceptions) for up to 200 days a year. Salt cod and herring were eaten by all ranks, along with any other protein that was allowed in these "lean" … Continue reading Lenten Special: “From Head To Tale” For Kindle For Only 99 Cents!
I've been a little disappointed with the early sales for my cookbook: From Head To Tale. But that is nothing to the rage I feel after learning someone has posted a YouTube video of a supposed "free" audiobook of it. This is not the first time my work has been stolen online, I've submitted quite … Continue reading Rant: Stealing My Cookbook
This is the first nomination of any kind of award for this blog and so I'd like to thank The Recipe Hunter (Cook & Enjoy) for the recognition. I'm still pretty green when it comes to anything about blogging besides posting, so here is my attempt at following the protocol of this new award. Rules … Continue reading BuyingSeafood Nominated For A Blog-aholic Award!
Before I started this blog, I had a larger project that had consumed me for over a year. Finally, my historic seafood cookbook is finished and available on Amazon! It is called From Head To Tale: Historic Seafood Recipes Through The Ages and at over 300 pages, is by far, the biggest work in my … Continue reading New Seafood Cookbook: From Head To Tale, Available On Amazon
Well it has been a busy week establishing buyingseafood.com and I want to send out a big thank you to all the recent visitors and new followers! This is my first big dip into the blogging world besides personal pages and so far I would call it a success. I plan to cover a lot … Continue reading Buyingseafood: A Thank You To The New Followers