4 New Spots To Score Japanese Eats In Houston

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
Tried the spicy pork bulgogi and tuna poke. The spicy pork was delicious." And Yelper Jannah J. wrote: "Little mom and pop restaurant with awesome food and good service. A good place for casual dinner. I recommend getting the combo meal. Definitely coming back to try other stuff in their menu." ...read more
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Shrimping closure issued by NOAA Fisheries Service due to white shrimp spawning population

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
The closure has been put into effect to protect the white shrimp spawning population. On Wednesday, January 10 South Carolina closed its state waters to all shrimping due to a prolonged period of water temperatures at or below 9 degrees Celsius in the region. During the closure, possession of brown, ... ...read more
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NS limits new entry into shore side of lobster industry

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
The Nova Scotia government has slapped an indefinite freeze on the buying side of the province's seafood industry, including the lucrative lobster fishery. Under a temporary measure, the provincial government is no longer issuing new seafood buyer and processing licences. Sources say the freeze ... ...read more
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COMMENTARY: Fisheries uncertainty chills investors

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
Demand for Canada's seafood exports should continue to grow dramatically, as Asian markets remain strong and European markets open up under the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with the EU. Yet many leaders in the seafood industry in Atlantic Canada fear fisheries policies may ... ...read more
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China's Real Offshore Disaster

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
The shift was driven by a massive jump in China's seafood consumption as its population has become more affluent. Growth has averaged 7.9 percent annually since the late 1970s. Chinese seafood consumption increased 50 percent in just the last decade, to 62 million tons annually. That accounts for ... ...read more
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Two new restaurants get permission to open in Lake Zurich

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
Two new restaurants are coming to Lake Zurich after the village board approved a drive-through lane for a new Meat & Potatoes Eatery and a liquor license for a new Carlos Mexican Grill & Seafood 4. Meat & Potatoes Eatery will be in the Deerpath Commons shopping center at 927 South Rand Road. ...read more
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Rye teen killed in after-hours tubing crash on Maine ski run

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
... which his father, David Kohlhase, founded in 1990. The younger Kohlhase wrote on LinkedIn that he was an apprentice, “building and salvaging electrical parts such as breakers, transformers and disconnects.” “I am a big-time fisherman who loves to go tuna fishing. I am the captain of my father's boat, ... ...read more
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'Rye Harbor will never be the same' without Kohlhase

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
Known as captain of the Pinwheel, on the “Wicked Tuna” National Geographic television series, McLaughlin said, “Rye Harbor will never be the same” without Kohlhase. “This was your hometown boy,” he said. “He's one of those guys everyone loves to hang around. He had a great upbringing and ... ...read more
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Pot Belly Ramen is Love Soup-ified

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
We decided to order their tuna onigiri ($3.50), and it wouldn't be a ramen escapade without getting some karaage ($7). Now for the soup: the eponymous Pot Belly ($14) and Truffle ($14) seemed like the right call. First out was the onigiri, and imagine our surprise when the crunchy fried brown rice was ... ...read more
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Five cheap happy hours to hit this month in Seattle and Bellevue

January 17, 2018 | Seafood News
Some patrons balk at its $25 seafood fried rice. But there's nothing wrong with its happy hour. Steamed and fried pork-and-shrimp dumplings go for $6-$9, one of the best happy hours in the new Lincoln Square expansion. Also, its signature Peking Duck is $49 on Mondays. (Regular price is $78.). ...read more
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