Salem's Lyceum Hall is where Bell first demonstrated the long-distance telephone call. Today the Lyceum is home to Turner's Seafood.
There is no denying that there is real seafood in here, you can taste the lobster and see chunks of what looks like small bay scallops.
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 →
Lobster began to rise in popularity with the introduction of canning in the 1840's. No longer poor people’s food, this was the beginning of the famous Maine lobster fishery as we know it today.
This is my favorite time of year to eat lobster. The cold water makes for hard shells filled with meat and usually lots of tomalley and roe in the head. Back when I worked on the family lobster boat and the local wharves this was a great time for seafood lovers. Not only did every... Continue Reading →