Category Archives: Seafood Sightings

Weekly roundup of seafood-related articles in North Carolina newspapers.

Seafood Sightings: March 26, 2015

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Check out recipes for sea mullet, shrimp and mahi-mahi. Enjoy!trout-a

Seafood Sightings: March 19, 2015

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Get wild oysters while you can! The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries issues a proclamation with details on oyster season closure.

Check out E-Ching Lee’s blog that takes a look at what goes on behind the scenes at a Mariner’s Menu photo shoot.

  • The Outer Banks Voice celebrates oyster season by serving the bivalves on the half shell.
  • Whole Foods Market prepares old-fashioned, buttery oyster loaves.
  • WECT TV has an easy and comforting oyster stew recipe.

Seafood Sightings: March 12, 2015

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This week enjoy recipes for crab cakes, BBQ shrimp, pepped-up oysters and ginger scallops.

Also, don’t forget to cast your vote for  Melissa Bashor’s story on North Carolina fishermen (page 12 to 18) in edible Charlotte that highlights NC Sea Grant research. The article is up for an EDDY award in the Best Story, Environment or Sustainability, category.

Seafood Sightings: March 5, 2015

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trout-aThis week learn the difference between conch and whelk then check out recipes for conch/whelk stew, corn pudding with roasted shrimp, macadamia crusted scallops, pan-roasted sea bass with cauliflower soup and stuffed fried shrimp. Enjoy!

Seafood Sightings: February 26, 2015

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More cold, snowy weather which still calls for chowders, soups and gumbos. Stay warm!

  • Our State prepares a yummy bacon and corn chowder – just add about a pound of shrimp to make it even better.
  • Flip My Food’s Chef Jeff Henderson shares a recipe provided by Sisters of the New South Restaurant for smothered shrimp.

Seafood Sightings: February 19, 2015

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This weather calls for something warm and comforting. Enjoy!trout-a



Seafood Sightings: February 12, 2015

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Make Valentine’s Day special with seafood. Enjoy! trout-a