Tagged local seafood

Some thoughts from the Boston Seafood Show

The Seafood Show is an important business opportunity for seafood buyers and sellers, and it was also an interesting way for a casual observer like me to spend the afternoon. It reminded me, though, of how important it is to put our seafood purchasing power to work at home and support the US fishermen who are working hard to produce sustainable fisheries under some of the strictest harvest and processing rules in the world. … More Info »

Mark Usewicz helps chefs bring sustainable and adventurous seafood to your plate

TalkingFish.org interviews Mark Usewicz, a chef and Co-Owner of Mermaid’s Garden, a Brooklyn-based sustainable seafood consultancy. Mark helps chefs serve their customers responsibly sourced seafood. … More Info »

Local oysters deliver a taste of place

We’ve come across a few oyster-related items so we thought we’d put them together to share today. Maybe we can consider it an early Valentine’s Day post? First comes a new report from our friends at Chefs Collaborative which explores … More Info »

Chefs Collaborative: Why accurate fish stock assessments matter

Who should we be paying attention to when it comes to getting definitive information about the health of our domestic fish stocks? Government scientists, ocean conservation groups and NGO’s (non-governmental organizations), fishermen…? All the parties play important roles in contributing data and analysis. The fact is that it’s complicated! … More Info »

Celebrate Seafood in October

National Seafood Month is almost half over, so it’s time to get eating! Here at TalkingFish.org we love to eat fresh, local New England seafood, and we think October is the perfect time of year to enjoy our coastal communities. … More Info »