Williamsburg Winery welcomes summer with sustainable seafood celebration

cusineWilliamsburg Winery welcomes summer with sustainable seafood celebration
The Williamsburg Winery is serving up sustainably sourced oysters, crabs and more at its third annual Summer Solstice Celebration and Seafood Festival this Friday. The event is presented in partnership with the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center’s …
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Lobster or clam? There can be only one summer seafood king.
Of course, fishing is a year-round industry in New England — in 2014, the region’s commercial catch totaled 643 million pounds and contributed $ 1.2 billion to the economy. But nothing says “summer” here more tastily than lobster rolls and fried …
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Polar Seafood sees bright side of climate change
At ground zero of warming, melting in Greenland could help the local fishing industry, according to Polar Seafood chairman Henrik Leth. As reported by CBC, conventional wisdom suggests climate change is set to cause economic harm in almost all parts of …
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Latest Seafood News

cusineAtlanta Highway Seafood Market earns high praise for fried shrimp po boy
Atlanta Highway Seafood Market has been awarded the 2016-17 “100 Plates Locals Love” distinction by Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division for its fried shrimp po boy. The sandwich includes fried shrimp topped with lettuce …
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Iftar recipe of the day: Seafood biryani
1. Wash and soak the rice for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, rinse the seafood and marinate with two tablespoons of ginger-garlic paste, turmeric and chilli powders, salt and yoghurt. 2. Parboil the rice to 80 per cent doneness with salt, half the mint and green …
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Oyster recycling program ready for second season
The growing list of participating restaurants includes 99 Sea Level, Bethany Oyster House, Blue Coast, Catch 54, Chesapeake & Maine, Claddagh on the Shore, George & Sons Seafood Market, Hammerheads Dockside, Hooked Up, Irish Eyes Pub & Restaurant …
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This Week’s Favorite Houston Dishes: Sunny Days and Bright Seafood

cusineThis Week’s Favorite Houston Dishes: Sunny Days and Bright Seafood
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California seafood chain to expand along US west coast
West coast seafood restaurant chain Pacific Catch has received a significant investment from private equity firm Brentwood Associates in order to expand along the west coast, reports Nation’s Restaurant News. The chain includes seven restaurants in the …
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Seafood Recipe of the Week: Tilth executive chef Jason Brzozowy’s Razor Clam Crudo
This season, esteemed local chefs will share recipes and advice on how to cook a wide variety of local seafood weekly from April through October. This year’s lineup of chefs: Tom Douglas, owner of Lola, Palace Kitchen, Dahlia Lounge, among others; Chef …
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WWF Indonesia Launches Seafood Guide App

cusineWWF Indonesia Launches Seafood Guide App
Wawan added that Seafood Advisor was developed from the Seafood Guide mini catalogue released by the WWF Indonesia several years ago. By creating the app, Wawan hopes that the guide would provide consumers with information on nutritious seafood …
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American Seafood Coast Guard Takes a Stand for Domestic Seafood
The Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board encourages everyone to know better, eat better through The American Seafood Coast Guard, an initiative educating consumers about the benefit of domestic seafood. Many consumers assume the …
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Seafood.com News Summary Monday April 11, 2016
A massive fire is burning at the Quinlan Bros. seafood processing plant in Bay de Verde in Newfoundland. As of press time today, the fire was burning out of control, fueled by wind gusts between 20 and 40 mph. Local firefighters were forced to retreat …
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To combat illegal fishing, feds propose seafood traceability program

cusineTo combat illegal fishing, feds propose seafood traceability program
In early February, the agency announced a new traceability plan that’s meant to help combat illegal fishing and seafood fraud. NMFS Director of Office of International Affairs and Seafood Inspections John Henderschedt said the federal government wants …
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Seafood helps you reel in good health
When it comes to mealtime, are you thinking fish? You should! Fish is the premiere natural source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are not naturally produced by the body and, therefore, must come from food. If you’re an expecting or breastfeeding mom, it …
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US Foods ups focus on seafood supply chain, joins NFI
The foodservice giant, which announced plans to go public last week, has just joined the National Fisheries Institute (NFI) and is getting involved with its Better Seafood Board (BSB), as part of a drive to focus more on its seafood supply chain …
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The scary news about seafood: Most of us are not eating nearly enough

cusineThe scary news about seafood: Most of us are not eating nearly enough
Here’s some scary news about seafood: Most of us are not eating nearly enough of it. A whopping 80 to 90 percent of Americans do not get the recommended minimum of 8 ounces weekly, according to a recent USDA analysis. That means the vast majority of …
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Bethel Lutheran Church celebrates Shrove Tuesday
Bethel Lutheran Church, 425 Crestview Drive, observed Shrove Tuesday in its fellowship hall with feasting on pancakes and New Orleans-inspired foods and wearing of beads and masks. The event is old home week for Pastor Richard Kidd and his wife, …
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New Orleans Ups Security for Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras is French for “Fat Tuesday”, reflecting the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season. This quaint community packs costume balls, Cajun cook-offs, crawfish boils, a gator race and …
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Fishing Commission to talk monitoring, seafood show

cusineFishing Commission to talk monitoring, seafood show
The groundfish at-sea monitoring items involve a request from the Northeast Seafood Coalition for the commission to support the recent votes by the New England Fishery Management Council to reduce the level — and ultimately the cost — of at-sea …
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Jimmy’s Seafood & Steak is a hidden gem
Jimmy’s Seafood & Steak in Margaritaville Casino is a bit of a hidden gem. Facing the riverfront, Jimmy’s includes some tables with fine views of the river. The beautiful decor throughout the restaurant manages simultaneously to achieve contemporary …
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How Our Appetite for Seafood Is Killing Our Oceans
Several years ago scientists began predicting that the world’s seafood supply would collapse completely by the year 2050 if current rates of overfishing don’t change. But for most of us, even this dire warning conjures up nothing more serious than a …
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Voleo’s Seafood Restaurant of Lafitte among new vendors at 2015 French

cusineVoleo’s Seafood Restaurant of Lafitte among new vendors at 2015 French
David Volion says he’s been “beating on that door” to get into the French Quarter Fest for about three years. “I guess I wore them down,” said Volion, who was finally invited to do a tasting. “I went up there and presented what I had, and they enjoyed …
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Restaurant review: We take a bite out of French Village
Frequent travellers to other towns and cities are like criminals. They like to go back to the scene of the coffee. I have a fondness for Brown Thomas’ cafe in Dublin. When in Londonderry, I go to Brown’s in Town.
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Local Restaurant Offers A Little Taste of France Right Here in Kelowna
Serving a five-course, fixed-price meal of $ 39, chef Holman creates a divine evening of French cuisine with simple and clean ingredients. Holman’s menu is constantly changing. Depending on his creative daily flair and what ingredients are available at …
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Tracking Seafood From Bait to Plate

cusineTracking Seafood From Bait to Plate
During a March 15 appearance at Seafood Expo North America in Boston, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, and the U.S. Department of State released an action plan outlining how the recommendations of the 19-agency …
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Holly McRoberts of Seafood Atlantic
One of the best kept secrets in the Port is Seafood Atlantic, a retail and wholesale seafood market that’s also one of the best restaurants around. This month’s recipe highlights their famous fresh tuna salad, made with albacore tuna caught by the Albi …
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Astoria Crab, Seafood and Wine Festival
EAT UP: There will be plenty to eat besides the namesake crab and seafood. There will be more than a dozen food vendors, some featuring German, Irish and Hawaiian cuisine. Among the vendors will be Café de la Rue, Crepe Neptune, Keli’s Hawaiian …
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New seafood shop opens in Springboro

cusineNew seafood shop opens in Springboro
Bill Covert, founder and owner of Springboro Fish Market, worked for 22 years for Midwest Seafood, a seafood shop that operated in Springboro until 2007, when it shut down. Covert served as production manager for Midwest Seafood, which sold to …
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Big Fish Seafood Bistro
WHEN Big Fish Seafood Bistro opened at MarketFair almost 15 years ago I visited more than once, but then moved on to other, newer, places. However, the recent opening of Seasons 52 at the other end of the mall prompted me to re-visit Big Fish, so on a …
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Glued privates, rotting seafood and bargain sports cars: wronged wives turn to
Lurid accounts shared on social media of wives exacting revenge on their cheating husbands have helped make dramatic – and occasionally excruciating – score-settling an increasingly common feature in marital splits in Britain, divorce lawyers saw.
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