Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) are a robust, strong swimming fish that once ranged across the North Atlantic coastal regions. They are the second largest of the salmon species
A report by the NMFS states that Americans are eating more fish and seafood these days. Our average yearly intake increased by a pound from 2014-2015. Apparently that is the biggest jump in seafood consumption in over 25 years. While this is definitely a good thing, we still are not eating enough seafood according to... Continue Reading →
Tourists ask me all the time about where I get my fish and I tell them I usually stick to two local places that I trust Here are 5 tips to finding a good fresh fish market.
For those looking for easy to understand nutritional information on seafood, check out this chart below from the USFDA.
To my eyes geoducks look like the end result of a experiment with our local steamer clams. Either that or it proves Mother Nature has a dirty mind...
Whether you call it baked haddock or baked stuffed haddock this is my take on my grandmother’s recipe.
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