I've been trying to find a way to use gin in a marinade for fish for a while but decided to give it a go for National Seafood Month. With all the various botanicals infused in the alcohol I would assume gin, in all its various forms, would be a natural choice. However I've only... Continue Reading →
I combined home made breadcrumbs and delicious mojo sauce for a new twist on a favorite Sicilian recipe for swordfish.
I finally made an online purchase of seafood. After much hemming and hawing, I decided to go with Sizzlefish.com in order to try a fish I've heard so much about: Sablefish, also known as black cod.
It has been realized for some time now, that what these species represent are an underutilized resource that, if managed correctly, could help our world-wide seafood dilemma.
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.
In a recent post I questioned the safety of all the imported shrimp we eat here in the US. The vast majority of which, is farm-raised. Add in all the different labels that mislead you into thinking you are buying something "natural" or "organic" and you have no way of telling what you are really... 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.
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...