Category Archives: Fish

10 Things I Didn’t Know About Aquaculture

Is aquaculture sustainable? Depends on what’s being raised, how and where it’s being produced, and whom you ask.  With over 500 species being farmed all over the world, it’s difficult to generalize. But here are some of the many things … Continue reading

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Scenes from Seafood Expo North America

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Successful Gulf Coast Initiatives to Increase Seafood Demand

The Gulf Coast states are working together to increase demand for their seafood through a group of innovative marketing, sustainability and traceability programs. After being battered by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, followed by the BP oil spill in 2010, the … Continue reading

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Live Blog: Seafood Expo North America 2014

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Feasting on Food Festivals in Boston

Boston was the site of two great food festivals this weekend. Judging by the crowds, Bostonians have a big appetite for not just eating good food, but talking about it as well. The first of the festivals, “Let’s Talk About … Continue reading

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Celebrate “October Feast” in Boston

I’m designating October 1-30, 2013 as “October Feast” in Boston. Frankly, I didn’t think we could top last October’s spectacular month of food events or even this September’s pleasures (check out my post on JP Patch for the remaining events this month), … Continue reading

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The Comfort of Food Goes Beyond “Comfort Food”

After my father died last week, I found tremendous comfort in eating and sharing the foods that I grew up with and he loved. I realized that when a loved one dies, food is a universal currency that enables the … Continue reading

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Red’s Best Seafood Supports New England Fishing Industry

Until recently, practically the only way to get local seafood in Boston was if you caught it yourself.  Thanks to community supported fisheries like Cape Ann Fresh Catch, and now, an innovative company called Red’s Best Seafood, pescovegetarians like me … Continue reading

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Plant Fish in Your Garden

As a dedicated pescovegetarian, I manage to find seafood wherever I go—even at a garden show! Bell Aquaculture is an Indiana-based company that farms, fillets, and sells yellow perch. They use the leftovers from processing the fish to produce an … Continue reading

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Doris’ Delicious Pescovegetarian Oyster Dressing

Okay, I have to be honest.  My mother-in-law, Doris, is not a pescovegetarian. She likes to put sage sausage in her oyster dressing, but when I’m around for dinner, she makes a pan of it without the meat, so that’s … Continue reading

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