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 →
Summer is officially over here on Cape Ann and we finished it off the right way with the 34th annual Gloucester Schooner Festival. This is the most important weekend of the year for those of us in the sailing and maritime heritage community and this year is one we will remember for a long time.... Continue Reading →
I have a busy week ahead with regular work, two history sails aboard the Schooner Ardelle and the Gloucester Schooner Festival this weekend. This may be the only night where I can make something good. Plus, the wife started a new career today and what better way to celebrate than with a fish dinner! The... Continue Reading →
What happened to spring? Do you all remember spring? These days it seems like one day I'm wearing my winter coat to work and turning on the heat, the next I'm in shorts. Today was one of those summer days where you just want to drink at the beach all day...except it is the first... Continue Reading →
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.