Check out recipes for sweet potato puree, shrimp noodle bowls, onion baked fish fillets and fish tacos. Enjoy!
Mark your calendar for the popular Succulent Seafood series presented by the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores. Learn how to prepare a variety of seafood from top restaurant chefs.
- North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores presents the series Succulent Seafood. For registration details, visit: reservations.ncaquariums.com/pineknollshores/Info.aspx?EventID=1008
- Oct. 20: Island Grille, Atlantic Beach
- Nov. 3: Crabs Claw, Atlantic Beach
- Nov. 10: Saltwater Grill, Swansboro
- Nov. 17: Island Grille, Atlantic Beach
- Dec. 8: White Oak Bistro, Swansboro
- Dec. 15: Crabs Claw, Atlantic Beach
- Jan. 13: Riverside Steak & Seafood, Swansboro
- Jan. 26: Island Grille,Atlantic Beach
- Feb. 2: Ruddy Ducks, Morehead City
If you would like to feast on some fresh local seafood, then head out to the Outer Banks Seafood Festival. The event is scheduled for this Saturday, Oct. 18, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Outer Banks Event Site in Nags Head. For details visit: http://www.outerbanksseafoodfestival.org/event-schedule.
- The Summer 2014 issue of edible Charlotte magazine focuses on seafood: digitaleditions.sheridan.com/publication/?i=217232. It includes several great seafood recipes:
- Go Fish, pages 8-9;
- State of Our Seas, 11-18;
- The Other Fish in the Sea, pages 20-21;
- Fish Farming Done Right, pages 22-25;
- In the Kitchen, pages 26-31; and
- The Man Behind Charlotte’s Freshest Fish, pages 42-44.
- UNC TV’s PBS | A Chef’s Life, Shrimp Sells, Season 2, Ep. 2, video features a recipe for frogmore stew, a traditional crab boil: video.pbs.org/video/2365308376/.
Recipes this week include a simple shrimp cilantro dish, Mediterranean-inspired fish tacos, crab cakes and blue crab-stuffed mahimahi. Also, find out who won the chef’s competition at the North Carolina Seafood Festival. Enjoy!
For a fun-filled weekend, plan to head out to the North Carolina Seafood Festival set for this weekend, Oct. 3 to 5, in Morehead City. For more information and a schedule of events, visit: www.ncseafoodfestival.org.
- Check out North Carolina Sea Grant’s new seafood availability chart, which has been divided into north and south regions:
Check out recipes for clam chowder, a shrimp dinner made in 5 minutes, seared scallops with red pepper jam, baked grouper Parmesan and flounder with shrimp stuffing. Enjoy!
In its Harvest issue, Edible Piedmont discusses consuming local and lesser-known fish. In the article, Barry Nash, Sea Grant’s Seafood Technology & Marketing Specialist, talks about his work with catch groups and the seafood availability chart.
- Edible Piedmont features an article on consuming local and lesser known-fish on pages 26-29. They share recipes for triggerfish with fall hash on page 30 and country oyster dressing with brussels sprouts on page 18: onlinedigeditions.com/publication/?m=10998&l=1