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3 hrs ago | Herald Gazette

Amateur Chefs Compete in Festival's Seafood Cooking Contest

The 67th annual Maine Lobster Festival is pleased to welcome back the Seafood Cooking Contest.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Maine, Food Festival, Recipes

4 hrs ago |

The fight to keep American seafood home

Paul Greenberg's commitment to local seafood runs deep - so deep that the Manhattan-based writer once slurped down an oyster he'd plucked from the muck of New York Harbor, eliciting a gasp from a city official standing nearby.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Tsunami, Natural Disasters, Aquaculture

4 hrs ago | Press-Telegram

Farm Stand in El Segundo a conscious eatery with organic, sustainable food

Running a restaurant - any restaurant - is hard work. But running Farm Stand in El Segundo is harder than hard work, it's like Sisyphus, the Greek king who was doomed to pushing that rock up a hill for eternity.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Vegetables, Meat, Chicken

4 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune

Ballard prepares for its 40th Annual SeafoodFest

A salty, warm breeze rolls off the Puget Sound with that deep, ocean-and-seaweed scent that promises a bounty of fresh seafood for Ballard fishermen and an appreciative community.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Baked Goods, Bread, Home Gardening, Home

6 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel

Add Gulf wild shrimp to summer menus

This summer when you stick a fork into a wedge of creamy Key lime pie, have a bit of reverence.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Recipes, Bar-B-Q

7 hrs ago | Houston Press

60 Degrees Mastercrafted Is All About Meat, But It's the Seafood that Caught Our Fancy

In a sea of specials and featured dishes and staff favorites, the catch of the day stood out: a simple fillet of red snapper atop a bed of eggplant and tomato risotto in lemon butter sauce dotted with capers.


Related Topix: Dining, Life

9 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News

Sizzling seafood: Try grilling something from the gulf

This summer, try something different on the grill from the usual burgers or hot dogs.


Related Topix: Life, Food

10 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

Mr. Market Doesn't See The Seafood Lover In American Realty Capital Properties

ARCP's dividend yield is higher today than it has been since August 2012, while the quality of the income has increased substantially.


Related Topix: Life, Food, REIT, Personal Finance

14 hrs ago | Santa Barbara Independent

The Bait and Switch of Seafood Fraud

That red snapper you bought at the market: Is it actually rockfish? How about the pricey local halibut you ordered for dinner: Is it really a cheap, farm-raised whitefish from Asia? What about the tuna at your favorite sushi joint - really yellowfin, as labeled, or is it bigeye with dangerous amounts of mercury? And just how "fresh" can spiny ... (more)


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Tue Jul 08, 2014


Grab summer by the horns, before it's too

Remember all those big summer plans you made while hiding from yet another polar vortex inside your dark, frigid house a few months ago? Well, you may feel like the sun has just begun to shine , but believe it or not, June has come and gone.


Related Topix: New York, NY, Coney Island, NY, Life, Dessert, Food, Ice Cream, Brooklyn, NY, Travel


Study finds high incidence of mercury in lagoon seafood eaters

Scientists at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute published a peer review study that found higher incidents of mercury in people who regularly consume locally caught seafood from the Indian River Lagoon.


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The Village Voice

The Eddy in the East Village Focuses on Small Plates and Gussied-Up Booze

For years, East 6th Street has gotten a particularly bad rap , pigeonholed like some Bollywood Joe Pesci as a culinary minefield of sporadic Desi Treats.


Related Topix: Drink, Cocktails, Dining, Life, Potatoes, Vegetables

Maine's Latest Seafood Star

In Maine, cold is good for a lot of things: wood stoves, snow, lobster, and, as it turns out, oysters all year long.


Related Topix: Maine, Life, Food, Acadia National Park, US National Parks, Belfast, ME


How To Pick The Healthiest In-Season Seafood

You know fruit and vegetables have the most flavor during the months when they're being harvested.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Vegetables, Nutrition

St. Petersburg Times

Food & Dining Plenty of new dining choices on the Pinellas beaches

You drag the pool noodles back to your towel, futilely attempt to dislodge the sand from the thigh band of your swimsuit and wonder idly if SPF 50 is really any better than the 30. And then this happens: You realize a day at the beach has made you powerfully hungry.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Pinellas County, FL, France, World News,

Nao introduces Yucatan of Mexico menu

The Celebration of Cuisines program continues at Nao this week with the introduction of a Yucatan of Mexico-inspired menu that will launch tomorrow Tuesday July 8 and will run for six weeks until Monday September 8, 2014.


Related Topix: Life, Dining, World News, Mexico

Mon Jul 07, 2014

The Independent

Hotels must look beyond their four walls: Something to declare

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Related Topix: Southeast Asia, World News, Cambodia, Life, Food, Travel

Inside Bay Area

Review: Seafood boils get classy at Oakland's alaMar

Say "seafood boil" and most of us think of plastic bibs, greasy sauces and cheap crayfish -- all claw, little meat.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Oakland, CA, Baked Goods, Bread, Potatoes, Vegetables

Phoenix New Times

Angry Crab in Mesa to Open Second Location in Phoenix

If you still are looking for a good seafood experience, you really don't need to look any farther than Angry Crab Shack in Mesa to see the flaw in that thinking.


Related Topix: Phoenix, AZ, Life, Food

Food Industry

How companies should act to stamp out fishing slavery in Thailand

If modern-day slavery is ever to be eradicated from Thailand's food sector, companies and supermarkets must set out to make their supply chains more transparent-a move for which there seems to be little appetite, especially among Thai suppliers.


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