Thank you to my new friends at Wise. It is from their generosity that I will be attending the 2019 Seafood Expo North America in Boston.
I noticed that Faroe Island salmon is showing up on more menus. Learn why this farmed salmon looks and tastes so much better than the competition.
I have had good luck so far with many of the Gorton's products I've sampled, including their other haddock varieties, but what will I think of their "New England Style" haddock?
Salem's Lyceum Hall is where Bell first demonstrated the long-distance telephone call. Today the Lyceum is home to Turner's Seafood.
Step one, getting Americans to eat more seafood is underway. Step two, getting Americans to eat more American seafood.
I don't know why I bother making a grocery list, I always end up with twice as much as I planned. This time around something new in the frozen seafood section caught my eye...and it was on sale for $8.99. Needless to say I ended up with a box of Fishpeople's Wild Alaskan Salmon, Topped... Continue Reading →
It has been realized for some time now, that what these species represent are an underutilized resource that, if managed correctly, could help our world-wide seafood dilemma.
It has been a while since I reviewed a frozen seafood product from my hometown's Gorton's of Gloucester. My father, who works for Gorton's brought me a package of their Pub Style Beer Batter Cod not too long ago and I've been waiting to give it a try. Problem was, I was getting acclimated to... Continue Reading →
So it's National Seafood Month, and what have I done? Well, not much actually in the way of buying seafood, but I have been doing research. I've been trying various types of canned tuna for a possible future post and I'm also doing some research into "underutilized species" beyond my local area to hopefully create... Continue Reading →