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3 hrs ago | WLOX-TV Biloxi
The Biloxi Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum made its triumphant return to Point Cadet Friday night after being destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, nine years ago.
6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Chefs Brian Kirby, left, and Jeff Wierzbicki, right, of Winberie's Restaurant and Bar in Summit prepare their scallop BLT at the Jersey Seafood Challenge last month.
10 hrs ago | Trend Hunter Magazine
Cicero Sardines is a seafood company whose products feature food-infused fish branding.
14 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune
I am NOT ready for summer to end. Yeah, yeah, I know that autumn doesn't officially begin until Sept.
19 hrs ago | WCTV Tallahassee
A rare yellow lobster nearly wound up on a dinner plate after being delivered in a Publix grocery store's daily seafood shipment.
Every floor displays pieces of South Mississippi's maritime history, from the recreational boats to the tools of the shrimpers, the boatmakers and seafood factories that once earned Biloxi the title of "Seafood Capital of the World."
Nobody in Europe, either locals or travelers, dresses up anymore. It used to be possible to identify people's nationality by dress: Americans were the ones with running shoes and fanny packs; Germans wore socks with their sandals; French wore tight pants and dress shoes, etc.
A rare lobster managed to dodge a dinner plate thanks to one woman's Facebook campaign.
The Alaska departments of Environmental Conservation and Health and Social Services have received further results from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the latest radiation testing of Alaska seafood.
Funny thing about fish: Everybody loves a great fillet in a restaurant or mussels in a bistro, but few of us cook fish at home with any confidence, thanks to so many efforts that end with the ugly mess of a halibut steak stuck to the skillet, disintegrating before it even hits the plate.
Audubon Nature Institute 's sustainable seafood program is creating a local chef council to help Audubon develop a partnership with New Orleans restaurants.
The excitement is brewing for the annual event Saturday evening that will select the young lady who will best represent the 51st annual Florida Seafood Festival over the course of the next year.
CSAs are great for so many reasons . You know exactly where your produce comes from, you're introduced to new fruits and vegetables that you might not typically use, you're supporting small-scale, sustainable farms and by eating locally and in-season, you're helping the environment.
While we all enjoy a good ol'-fashioned burger every now and then, we don't enjoy the high calorie and fat price tag that comes with it.
With his wife, Tammie, craving to see the water once again, Features Editor Dave Wersinger took her to the New Smyrna Beach Marina for a casually elegant meal at Outrigger's Tiki Bar and Grille just off the Indian River.
Sarasota County health officials have issued a warning against eating raw oysters and exposing open wounds to coastal and inland waters after one person died and another was sickened by flesh-eating bacteria.
A new study conducted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has bolstered convictions that many marine biologists and climate scientists have had for over a decade: Climate change is seriously threatening the world's shellfish supply.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:21 pm
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