Shrimper nabbed for illegal catch

January 18, 2018 | Shrimp News
A commercial shrimp boat captain is facing civil penalties and fines after he was boarded by federal law enforcement agents over the weekend and found to have thousands of pounds of shrimp caught in a protected zone as well as many undersized and wrung lobsters. The Gulf of... For the complete ... ...read more
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Herald Fishing: Shad fishing 'slow' but inedible chasers on the go

January 18, 2018 | Tuna News
Prime locations have been the points along the coastline. Tuna are wild off the lower coast and all the different modes of transport (ski-boat, jet ski and kayak) are making the most of the feeding frenzy. The South Coast has seen some lovely deep sea catches. These have comprised mainly of tuna and ... ...read more
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Global Pulse: North and South Korea will march under one flag at the Olympics next month

January 18, 2018 | Tuna News
Even if you hate tuna. Even if you have no intention of eating tuna. You can always trade it for something else later. Tuna holds its value. Money doesn't,” he writes. “The government improvised a clumsy new system to deliver a package of staple goods to people's homes each month. Unsurprisingly ... ...read more
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Pierre's new sushi place is well worth a visit or two

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
I ordered a sushi and sashimi bento box. That's basically a collection of sushi bar standards. It included six pieces of sashimi, which is straight-up slices of uncooked fish, in this case two slices each of tuna, salmon and white tuna. There also were six pieces of sushi, which is uncooked fish on top of a rice ... ...read more
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Empty Bowls Naples introduces advance sales for 12th annual lunch

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
Participating restaurants and the soups they will serve are: Bayside Seafood Grill & Bar, seafood jambalaya; Bill's Steak & Seafood, New England clam chowder; Bleu Provence, cauliflower with yellow curry; Brio Tuscan Grille, Italian wedding soup; Brooks Gourmet Burgers & Dogs, twice-baked potato; ... ...read more
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Tuna and Provitas - Itu can make us a snack any time

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
Shem. Soccer star Itu Khune played chef on Wednesday night and probably didn't expect the amount of feedback he got. He chopped up some cucumber and onion and mixed it with tuna. He added avo and lemon juice and had fans enthralled as he carefully dished it up onto six Provitas with expert ... ...read more
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Red Lobster's plan: Kitchen upgrades, small-plate dishes

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
The new menu includes things like Yucatan shrimp, petite Red Lobster roll, loaded seaside fries, shrimp pot stickers. Q: So the loaded seaside fries have soup on top? A: Clam chowder. It's inspired by a product you see in Canada called poutine, which is very, very popular there. Q: The kitchens were ... ...read more
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Dining Out: First rate Mexican cuisine leads the way at Annapolis' Sin Fronteras Café

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
Calamari and shrimp were the stars of our starters that night. Calamari, breaded and fried, is on so many menus that I usually ignore it. While Chef Gazeza's version is just fine, try it grilled ($9.99) with a fine crusty char and served with a signature tomatillo sauce. Camarone Ajillo (garlic shrimp, $10.99) is ... ...read more
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Global processed seafood market expected key factor for growth is rising demand for processed ...

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
Seafood is a highly perishable type of food, hence processing is required to keep it fresh and suitable for consumption even after long intervals of time. Processed seafood can be any value addition done to seafood, and is primarily done in order to preserve it or to extend its shelf life. Processing is also ... ...read more
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Objections mount to new coastal oil and gas exploration

January 17, 2018 | Shellfish News
With the backdrop of Fisherman's Terminal in Ballard, the senator and others, including Port of Seattle Commissioner Fred Felleman and Makah Tribal Council Chairman Nate Tyler, outlined what they said were “obvious threats to the fishing, shellfish, and tourism industries at the heart of Washington's ... ...read more
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