There are a lot of different fish I've wanted to try, but most of the fish I eat are local or seasonal species. I'm also in a somewhat dire financial situation, which limits my family's seafood purchases mostly to things I know will be eaten. I can't afford expensive failed experiments. But for this blog... Continue Reading →
In an earlier post I listed my favorite fish, so now I'm following up with my top 5 favorite Shellfish. Just like for fish, it was really hard to actually rank them. I don't know about you, but when it comes to shellfish, I get cravings for certain species at different times. I ordered them... Continue Reading →
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay introduces us to his fishmonger for tips on what to look for in the fish market. Roger Kent-Barton gives solid advice on choosing fresh fish at the market. There's no doubt he certainly knows his fish as well as a colorful character for a colorful market. I would love to check... Continue Reading →
This piece is focused on the farming of commercial species of fish, and the ocean-based variant known as mariculture.
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 →
Out of the fish that I've tried, here are my top choices, along with some vintage public domain images of classic seafood.
Halibut, is not a cheap fish even where locally caught. Halibut is meaty in texture and very white when fresh, coming in thick steaks or fillets