Every year, Greenpeace compiles a sustainable seafood list. Now in its ninth year, the Carting Away the Oceans report ranks the top seafood retailers.
This food memory and seafood fritters recipe come from Chef/partner David Santos of Louro restaurant in New York City.
How much do you know about the Italian Christmas Eve tradition, the Feast of the Seven Fishes? This may be the best new holiday tradition you’ll ever adopt.
Green roofs and rooftop farming are some of the latest buzzwords of green architecture, but the guys behind Something and Son in Folkestone, England are taking it a step further. They’ve set up an advanced aquaponic system on the roof of their building, and they’re using the fish to help raise potatoes. In other words: it’s a fish and chips restaurant.
A new study confirms that fish and seafood contaminated with harmful plastic fragments can be traced back to products like Neutrogena’s Deep Clean and Johnson & Johnson’s Clean & Clear. According to [ … ]
Bycatch threatens ecosystems and costs fishermen around $1 billion per year. Learn about bycatch and how we can reduce this problem.
The Mediterranean diet isn’t a “diet” in the traditional sense of the word. It’s a delicious, healthy way of eating. A lifestyle choice. Want to learn more?
Last week a vegetarian Buddhist inmate appealed to PETA for help: contrary to both observable reality and his religious beliefs, prison officials claim that fish flesh is appropriate for vegetarian meals. The Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Institution in Uncasville, CT apparently disregards inmate Howard Cosby’s right to religious expression, insisting that deceased aquatic creatures don’t count as ‘meat.’
500 of the top chefs across the country have joined Oceana to call on the government to implement a nationwide traceability system for seafood. According to a press release [ … ]
I live in Dallas where the seafood can be dang good, but you know it wasn’t caught less than a day or two before you’re eating it. So I flew to Boston with a mission: Find some seriously local seafood to relish on the nights I’d dine in the area.
Summer has officially started. Cars are packed for trips to the beach, grills are fired up in backyards and friends and families are sitting down to enjoy their favorite dinners. Fresh seafood is likely to appear on most summertime menus, but did you know that much of the seafood on the market today is mislabeled? The key question is – are we getting what we’re paying for?
Whole Foods has announced they will stop selling red-rated seafood by Earth Day (April 22). Seafood is given a red rating by the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Blue Ocean Institute if the species is being overfished or if the method used to catch that species harms other sea life or habitats.
The Boston Globe is the latest organization to conduct an investigation into fish fraud to find out how much of our seafood is mislabeled. They found that nearly half of the fish tested were labeled incorrectly. Legislators in Massachusetts are reacting.