We Dat Chicken & Shrimp opens for the homeless to get free food and shelter

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
NEW ORLEANS -- Greg Tillery got his start selling chicken and shrimp out of a food truck, and even back in those days he gave to the homeless whenever he could. Now he pays rent on Canal, at 1407, but says his policy is still the same: homeless are always welcome at his businesses. "I don't care ... ...read more
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Dinner and a 'show' at Kira Japanese Steakhouse

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
There are two ways to get your meals at Kira: cooked in front of you or brought from the kitchen. On our first visit we opted for show and tell. Our grillmaster was understated but efficient, gracefully flipping a seared shrimp or scallop onto our plates as a prelude to the main meal. The “show” took about 15 ... ...read more
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In Venezuela, money has stopped working

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
Find a can of tuna? Buy it. 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. I think this is what's so hard to wrap your mind around if you've never experienced hyperinflation. It sounds like it's about ... ...read more
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Tess restaurant starts bar bites menu

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
Now diners will be able to get a burger and other quick plates at Tess on the east side, which is launching a bar-bites menu Wednesday. The menu will be available only in the lounge, either at the bar or at the lounge's tables, Tuesdays through Thursdays and on Sundays. Owner Mitchell Wakefield said ... ...read more
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6000 pounds of shrimp seized from fishing vessel near Dry Tortugas shrimp sanctuary

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
6,000 pounds of shrimp seized from fishing vessel near Dry Tortugas shrimp sanctuary. A Coast Guard and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration joint boarding team board the 68-foot commercial fishing vessel Ronald E. near the Dry Tortugas Shrimp Sanctuary Preservation on Friday, Jan. ...read more
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Lunchbreak: Bun Rieu, a Vietnamese soup

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
Crack all eggs in mixing bowl and add chopped dried shrimp and whisk the mixture until it's well mixed. Turn up the heat on the stock pot to a rolling boil. Then slowly pour the mixture into the stock pot. The egg mixture will cook up fast and float to the top. Turn the heat down to a low simmer and cook for ... ...read more
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Amanda Stone: Plenty of fish in the sea

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
When omega-3 fatty acids became all the rage, tuna, sea bass and salmon were widely recommended as an easy source to get the goods. That hasn't changed, but there are so many other ways to enjoy the flavor, ease and health benefits of seafood. “Trash fish” are the fish that have plenty to offer in all ... ...read more
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Amanda Stone: Plenty of fish in the sea

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
I usually stroll the seafood freezer section at the grocery store and grab an icy bag of salmon fillets, some frozen shrimp and maybe some tuna steaks if I'm feeling fancy. With that I called it ... Shrimp is a problem in that 90 percent of it is imported, so our best bet is domestic gulf shrimp. This is all a large ... ...read more
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UT, Harvard, Penn Team Up on Major Materials Breakthrough

January 17, 2018 | Shrimp News
157796_OdontodactylusScyllarus (Photo by Silke Baron) A peacock mantis shrimp is seen in the Andaman Sea off Thailand. The club-shaped "fingers" that the shrimp uses to crack shells of shellfish and kill prey are seen in front. The intricate design of those clubs served as partial inspiration for a ... ...read more
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Best tacos in every state, according to The Daily Meal

January 17, 2018 | Tuna News
Ceviche (made with your choice of three types of seafood and in six styles), burritos, bowls, and salads are all solid options, but don't miss the tacos, which are available with fish, shrimp, octopus, chicken, or raw tuna. It may be unexpected, but raw tuna is the way to go: It's chopped into tiny pieces and ... ...read more
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