Step one, getting Americans to eat more seafood is underway. Step two, getting Americans to eat more American seafood.
The underhanded practice of substituting lesser priced fish for higher-end species is not a new one. I remember when people still tried to pass off surimi as real crab meat. Restaurants sell scrod as if it were a fish and not the size of one (no it does not mean Small Catch Of the Day).... 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 →