About the Contributors

Joyce TaylorAbout Joyce Taylor

The late Joyce Taylor, author of Mariner’s Menu served as seafood education specialist with the North Carolina State University Seafood Laboratory and North Carolina Sea Grant since 1974. She raised awareness of local seafood through workshops across the state, with food editors, seafood markets, restaurants and consumers. Some of her blog postings  featured recipes from the resource book Mariner’s Menu: 30 Years of Fresh Seafood Ideas. Before she passed away in late 2013, she had developed new recipes and preparation tips for the next Mariner’s Menu book.

lewisvAbout Vanda Lewis

Mariner’s Menu blogger and photographer Vanda Lewis has worked with North Carolina Sea Grant for more than two decades in the Morehead City office. Her blog postings feature recipes from Joyce Taylor’s resource book Mariner’s Menu: 30 Years of Fresh Seafood Ideas and Seafood Sightings, which links readers to seafood recipes from around the state.

mvc-105fAbout Barry Nash

Barry Nash is a seafood technology and marketing specialist with North Carolina Sea Grant at the Center for Marine Sciences and Technology in Morehead City, NC.  He assists seafood businesses with commercializing new products, regulatory compliance, manufacturing and direct marketing. His expertise was instrumental in the development of Carteret Catch, a joint venture between Carteret County fishermen and local restaurants to generate commercial visibility for coastal North Carolina seafood. Barry will post contributions pertaining to seafood safety, the health benefits of seafood and sourcing local products along the North Carolina coast.




10 responses to “About the Contributors

  1. Good job of getting informative info out there–keep up the good work!

    • Thanks Sandra. If Larry is going out this week, we would like to meet him when the boat comes in to take pictures and follow up with a short interview about the summer shrimp season so far.

  2. Hi, my hubby is a NC licensed recreational fisherman. We call him “the crab guy” because he’s so in love with blue claws. He has made crab boards, etched with the outline of a crab, and we use them for crab parties. We would love to get the word out any way we can that these are for sale. Info can be found on my blogs (http://freecrabrecipes.blogspot.com and http://judyskitchen.blogspot.com or his blog, http://thecrabguy.blogspot.com). I also have some good seafood recipes if you are interested.

  3. Charles,
    What about featuring some NC rainbow trout?
    David

  4. Nice info that you’ve got in this blog. Hope I am able to get some more good stuff on your website.

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  6. Thanks to Ellen and Mariana for their kind words.

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