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Fish & Seafood Cooking November 2008 Archive

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A Thanksgiving Fish Dish

Thursday November 27, 2008
Yes, I know Thanksgiving is supposed to be Turkey's Big Day, but it has not always been that way: Many years ago, harvest celebrations -- Thanksgiving only started as an ... Read More

Take Marlin Off the Menu

Monday November 24, 2008
I knew this would happen. A coalition of environmental groups is asking consumers and restaurateurs to stop buying marlin, sailfish and other billfish because they are being hammered by commercial ... Read More

Green Curry Halibut

Wednesday November 19, 2008
One of my favorite warm-ups when the weather cools is a Thai curry. Rich with coconut milk, spicy and deeply satisfying, Thai curries still remain light somehow. There are several ... Read More

Down Economy Hurting Lobster, Stone Crab Sales

Friday November 14, 2008
The cooler months are the traditional kick-off for stone crab and Dungeness crab seasons, and Maine lobsters are also a hot holiday item. Not so much this year.   Florida crabbers are ... Read More

Can Obama Help Gulf Shrimpers?

Tuesday November 11, 2008
The hurricanes that hammered the Gulf Coast several years ago are still being felt by Gulf shrimpers, who have been struggling to survive. There is a great piece on this ... Read More

Study: Eating Fish Helps Diabetes

Wednesday November 5, 2008
A new study suggests that people with diabetes would do well to start eating more fish and seafood.   Published in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases, the study of 22,000 English ... Read More

Salmonella in Tuna?

Saturday November 1, 2008
A recent study by Hawaiian researchers linked the consumption of raw tuna to a salmonella outbreak on the islands in late 2007 and early 2008. Salmonella is very rare in ... Read More

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