STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Baked Tilapia Parmesan
Now that warmer weather is upon us, it seems fitting to try my hand at a menu makeover. I love chicken parmesan and baked pasta dishes, but they seem better suited for winter weather when it is more a... Posted on 5/15/13 at 6:41 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Apparently, I'm Afraid Of Lobsters: Seafood Class Finale
Apparently, I'm afraid of lobsters.
On the last day of seafood class, our teacher ordered live Maine lobsters. She even ordered extras for the students who wanted to purchase them for home cooki... Posted on 5/13/13 at 9:34 AM
CHEF JEFF Hot Seafood Casserole
It's not always easy to come up with a dinner plan, especially if you're the one who does the majority of your family's cooking. One way to overcome this dilemma is to browse your recipe collection fo... Posted on 1/30/13 at 3:39 PM
ARLENE COCO'S PRAIRIE KITCHEN Fish Tales
From Thailand to Newfoundland, Frying fresh fish has a worldwide appeal
I think every coastal culture has a local version of fish with a golden, crunchy coating on the outside and tender, succulent fi... Posted on 9/9/12 at 11:27 AM
COURAGE IN THE KITCHEN Sarah's Salmon Sauce
My best friend and his wife at the University of Virginia had a baby daughter who has grown up to be a talented writer and the patient wife of a diplomat who travels the world, as well as a devoted mo... Posted on 6/30/12 at 2:29 PM
Companies such as Target, Safeway Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Whole Foods Market Inc. have worked to change their seafood policies as concern continues to rise about overfishing and the environmental effects of certain fishing methods.
This Friday will mark one year since oil stopped flowing into the Gulf of Mexico, and a drive along the coast from the sugar white sands of Pensacola, Fla., to the barrier islands of Louisiana over the Fourth of July weekend found many signs of progress: Bustling beaches were free of oil, Gulf seafood was on the menus and marinas that had canceled fishing rodeos when the oil was swirling say the fish are biting.
The government set its first radiation safety standards for fish Tuesday after Japan's tsunami-ravaged nuclear plant reported radioactive contamination in nearby seawater measuring at several million times the legal limit.
Ryan Nakashima and Yuri Kageyama
, April 05, 2011
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