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Founded in 1910, as Acme Café on Royal Street in the French Quarter, Acme Oyster House relocated nearby to its current location on Iberville after a fire destroyed the saloon in 1924. In the early 80’s, Acme closed at 4:00pm and had just one waitress on staff.

New Orleans native, Mike Rodrigue bought Acme in 1985, and he doesn’t seem to be having any trouble filling the joint these days (check out the packed dining room on Acme’s OysterCam).

What’s on the menu? There’s fried catfish, and crawfish, fried stuffed crabs, hush puppies, craw puppies, and red beans and rice. But this is an oyster house after all. So there are oysters on the half shell, and Chargrilled. Oyster Remoulade, Oyster Rockefeller Soup, and of course, the Oyster Po-boy. Acme puts its count of oysters sold per day at almost 10,000. That’s a lot of oysters, and it excludes fried ones. It has also expanded to four other locations: Baton Rouge, Covington, Metairie, and Sandestin, FL.

But back at the original, brave souls should head to the southeast end of the bar, nicknamed the Poet’s Corner, an homage to the one in Westminster Abbey, London, England. But be forewarned, as Acme’s website notes, “All people, regardless of race, color, or creed (political or personal), are treated with the same unbiased irreverence.”

At the end of the day, Acme’s Oyster House is a great New Orleans institution more than it is a great restaurant. The oysters are very good (especially the Chargrilled), and the sheer volume is impressive, but everything else is passable. It is an experience to wait on the ever-present line, and it is an achievement to say that you have been there, but this is one place that you will be thrilled to cross of your list for good.


Description

Uglesich's Seafood Restaurant was a New Orleans institution founded in 1924. This anticipated compilation offers the family's personal home dishes as well as newly developed recipes from the business such as Hakon and Watcha Doin' Shrimp, along with explanations of how they were named or developed. Chapters include photographs of the last day that the restaurant was open and messages to the family after their home and business were damaged by Hurricane Katrina. These words of encouragement from friends and strangers across the country pay tribute to the family business and make this book a history and a legacy.

Review

"Mr. U’s eighty-year-old lunch-only culinary mecca [is] a Garden District monument to New Orleans eating. " -- Zagat 2004 New Orleans Restaurants & Nightlife Guide

From the Publisher

"It’s great food, because of the ingredients. I take all of my chef friends there." --Emeril Lagasse Nation’s Restaurant News

"This is the place to come if you want to eat some of the best shrimp, oysters, crab and speckled trout on the planet. The best meal of the day for everyone who eats here." --Peter Jenkins, author of the book "Untamed Coast"

"It’s not plush, but it’s great New Orleans food. Everything is fresh and prepared with tender loving care." --Olivia Manning, wife of NFL great Archie Manning and mother of Cooper, Peyton, and Eli Manning. USA Today

About the Author

With the tremendous number of requests from customers for a piece of Uglesichís they could take home, John Uglesich was inspired to write this cookbook. A graduate of Tulane University in New Orleans, he is an avid supporter of Tulane athletics and manages stock portfolios in New Orleans.

Product information

Publisher Pelican Publishing (September 30, 2004) Language English Hardcover 184 pages ISBN-10 1589802098 ISBN-13 978-1589802094 Item Weight 1.75 pounds Dimensions 8.25 x 0.75 x 9.25 inches Best Sellers Rank

The farmers and dock workers of the early 1900s are the original “poor boys” who made this sandwich a staple of New Orleans street food. The story goes that during a strike, folks in town thought the “poor boys” needed a quick and easy meal…et voilá!

Typically made with roast beef or seafood stuffed inside a French baguette, you can get them plain or dressed (which means with lettuce, tomato, pickles, and mayonnaise).

Vegan or vegetarian? No worries—you’ll find options all over town! However, some of the more old-school spots are meat only—so do a bit of research before you go.


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From the Publisher

"He's (Anthony) been a hero of mine for years." --Emeril Lagasse, world renowned chef and host of Emeril Live and Essence of Emeril on the Food Network, as well as, several restaurants Gambit Weekly

"It's great food, because of the ingredients. I take all of my chef friends there." --Emeril Lagasse, Nation's Restaurant News

"In a conversation with Tim Zagat, I asked him to name his favorite restaurant in New Orleans. He stated that upon arrival in New Orleans, the taxi driver is requested to drive him straight to Uglesich's. With this kind of recommendation my hopes were quite high as to your food quality. You have not only met but exceeded my expectations on every trip I have made to your establishment." --John R. "Dickie" Breaux, owner of Café Des Amis in Breaux Bridge, LA.

"They do the classic better than anybody. They're always on this eternal quest, open to exotic flavors while staying deeply rooted in the local ingredients. And it's all moan-and-groan good. --Susan Spicer, chef and owner of Bayona and Herbsaint in New Orleans.Gambit Weekly

"This is the place to come if you want to eat some of the best shrimp, oysters, crab and speckled trout on the planet. The best meal of the day for everyone who eats here." --Peter Jenkins, author of the book Untamed Coast

"It's not plush, but it's great New Orleans food. Everything is fresh and prepared with tender loving care." --Olivia Manning, wife of NFL great Archie Manning and mother of Cooper, Peyton, and Eli Manning. USA Today

Your restaurant is as good as there is in the country. I'll look forward to seeing you soon." --Rusty Staub, former major league baseball player and restaurant owner

"Anthony and Gail make it their 24/7 occupation and that's why Uglesich's is what it is. They serve the best seafood in New Orleans in a neighborhood restaurant, and his care for his food and guests is beyond parallel. Uglesich's is the epitome of the New Orleans neighborhood restaurant--and there ain't many of them left." --Frank Brightsen, chef and owner of Brightsen's in New Orleans.Gambit Weekly

From the Inside Flap

The second cookbook from Uglesich's Restaurant in New Orleans includes Anthony and Gail's recipes from home, as well as some of their recipes from the restaurant.

A New Orleans institution since 1924, Uglesich's was started by Anthony's father, Sam Mat� Uglesich. At one time the restaurant served primarily seafood and sandwich plates for both lunch and dinner. Later, service only included lunch. After Anthony and Gail purchased the restaurant from Sam, they expanded the menu to include more saut�ed and grilled items while keeping the popular seafood dishes. Despite shortened hours and limited space, the restaurant attracted locals and visitors from around the country. People lined up around the block regularly to order one of Gail's famous Bloody Marys or a plate of Shrimp Uggie.

In Cooking with the Uglesiches, Anthony and Gail's son John showcases traditional Italian and American dishes, as well as new seafood creations. The recipes, divided into appetizers, side dishes, and main courses, provide numerous possibilities for any occasion. Explanations of how they were named or developed accompany each recipe, and desserts, which were never offered in the restaurant, have been provided by family members.

"Anthony and Gail Uglesich are two of the finest people I know. What a sad day it was when they decided to close the restaurant, a uniquely New Orleans institution! This book is a wonderful resource that offers insight into the heart and soul of New Orleans cuisine and its cooks."
--John Besh, Restaurant August

Since he was a teenager at Fortier High School, Anthony Uglesich worked in the family restaurant, learning from his father, Sam, and uncle, Tony. Upon Uncle Tony's death, Anthony left Louisiana State University to work full time at Uglesich's. Known for his sense of humor, Anthony helped customers choose dishes and was honest when a particular seafood was not up to its usual standard. Anthony was at his best when the customer allowed him to choose their meal.

Gail Uglesich is the daughter of Ed and Jo Flettrich. She graduated from Ursuline High School and later became a full-time teacher, instructing fourth- and fifth-graders. Gail met Anthony Uglesich on a blind date. She spent most of her time at the restaurant creating exciting dishes and was co-owner with her husband.

John Uglesich was born and raised in New Orleans by Anthony and Gail Uglesich. He helps to manage National Fence Corporation. John was the editor of a monthly stock newsletter entitled the Crescent City Investor's Report and has written articles for Market Pulse Journal, Bull and Bear Financial Report, and the Dick Davis Digest.

From the Back Cover

"Anyone who ever met, came near, or ate with the Uglesich family can only be extremely excited by this new collection of their extended restaurant recipes, cool history, and cultural documents as well as their own personal home classics . . . this is kind of a behind-the-scenes list of their true desires, and even though the place has been closed for some time now, just thinking of the old digs and the whole Uglesich family makes me hungry and ready to raid their kitchen!"
--Mario Batali, chef, author, and entrepreneur

The small lunch counter in New Orleans developed a cult following after its opening in 1924 by Yugoslavian immigrant Sam Uglesich. When Sam's son, Anthony, took over, the restaurant was just the kind of out-of-the-way spot where locals and regular tourists could taste the real New Orleans. Uglesich's never served dessert or coffee, and they were closed for months at a time when Anthony and his wife, Gail, went on summer vacations. During peak hours at the restaurant, with only ten tables and no reservations, long lines formed regularly around the block.

This tribute to a New Orleans institution provides recipes not included in Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook as well as pictures of the restaurant's last full day of service in May 2005. Another chapter includes messages sent to the family after Hurricane Katrina displaced the owners and damaged the building. Anthony's son John not only invites readers into the restaurant and tradition of Uglesich's, but also into the heart of the family, as his parents so often did.

John Uglesich and his sister manage a family business, National Fence Corporation. A graduate of Tulane University, he is the author of Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook, also published by Pelican.


Feast of the Seven Fishes

To kick off the evening, Lama and his brother grill oysters in the backyard, maybe cracking a few beers while enjoying one of those cool and calm December evenings Southeast Louisiana so often enjoys.

As guests start trickling in, Lama’s mother whips up a special cocktail for the group while his wife begins popping a few bottles of bubbly to help with the celebratory mood. Meanwhile, a buttery hot crab dip quietly makes an appearance before quickly disappearing, the way buttery hot crab dips have a tendency to do. As the guests — a collection of Lama’s nearest and dearest — begin to take their seats, the wine bottles are uncorked, the glasses are topped off and the real magic begins to unfold.

A soup of some kind, maybe a seafood gumbo bobbing with shrimp and crab, will appear, followed by a pasta course like linguine with clams or mussels, and maybe a blistered pepper hot from the oven, stuffed with crabmeat and Italian sausage tucked under a bubbling cap of melted Fontina cheese. The dishes keep arriving — fried calamari, drizzled with lemon juice and parsley a sautéed grouper framed by roasted potatoes a salt-baked snapper stuffed with fennel, lemons and herbs — and the wine keeps flowing.

A third-generation Sicilian, Lama runs the Italian restaurant, Avo, in the Uptown neighborhood of New Orleans. His great-grandparents left the coastal Sicilian city of Cefalù for the United States in the early 1900s, and his family eventually went on to run the original St. Roch seafood market on St. Claude Avenue, until it closed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

For years now, Lama and his family have been celebrating the Feast of the Seven Fishes, the Italian-American Christmas Eve tradition adapted by immigrants from southern Italy who came to America en masse between the 1880s and 1920s. In Italy, the event is known as La Vigilia di Natale or, simply, La Vigilia, which translates to “the eve.” It is celebrated to commemorate the wait for the midnight birth of Jesus. Catholic tradition calls for an abstinence from meat on Christmas Eve, the vigil of Christmas Day. The multi-course seafood feast (traditionally held after Midnight Mass) reflects the willingness of the faithful to abstain from red meat until Christmas Day.

In the United States, Italian-American communities have carried the torch while imprinting their own marks on the tradition. No one really knows where the number seven came from and, while differing opinions abound, it is widely accepted to be Italian-American in origin. Some say the number stems from the seven sacraments in the Roman Catholic Church others say it points to the most widely used number in the Bible, and some argue that the number points to the famed seven hills of Rome.

Naples, Sardinia and the island of Sicily — places in the southern-most regions of Italy where fresh fish and seafood are abundant — are where the Christmas Eve tradition is most widely celebrated. The more than four million immigrants that left Italy during the period of mass migration were predominantly from the South — farmers, day laborers and fishermen leaving dire economic situations in search of work and a better life.

New Orleans, in particular, had long been a desirable gateway for Sicilians, as the Port of New Orleans was America’s second largest port for the Sicilian citrus trade, says Enrico Villamaino, a museum curator at the American Italian Cultural Center in New Orleans.

“New Orleans had a very close economic and cultural connection to Sicily,” Villamaino said. “And one of the things that made for an easier transition for Italian immigrants (was) that Sicily and New Orleans had comparable climates … similar agriculture and similar fishing industries.”

The colorful altars that spring up across the city every year to commemorate St. Joseph’s Day are one example of the strong Sicilian foothold in the city. And while the Feast of the Seven Fishes isn’t as widely practiced in the South as it is in Italian-American households in the North, the abundance of seafood makes the tradition especially fitting for those living in the Gulf states.

In New Orleans, restaurateurs — even those without Italian affiliations — have taken to hosting extravagant, multi-course seafood celebrations around the holidays in honor of the tradition.

Last year, Italian newcomer Josephine Estelle at the Ace Hotel hosted its inaugural take on the family-style feast, and the French Quarter seafood institution GW Fins is now in its eighth year of throwing a special holiday seafood dinner in the weeks leading up to Christmas.

At the upscale Bienville Street restaurant, diners are treated to a more relaxed and communal setting, with smaller, more intricate dishes like an oyster and artichoke bisque or fresh lump crabmeat drizzled with capers and brown butter leading the way to larger, family-style platters of garlicky linguine and clams, Parmesan-crusted flounder, lightly fried calamari, shrimp and artichokes sprinkled with lemon and parsley, and grilled sardines tucked under a bright and zesty gremolata.

Gulf standbys like pompano and cobia are tossed on the grill, and drum, sheepshead and red snapper often make appearances.
“You’ve got to do something with shrimp, because they’re just so abundant, and that time of year there’s usually a lot of flounder, too,” says Executive Chef Michael Nelson, who last year featured a dish of Gulf shrimp alongside Sicily’s quintessential dish, eggplant caponata.

The dinners have proven so popular, GW Fins now hosts the celebration two nights instead of one, and a steady flow of Italian wines are served throughout both evenings.

“After the first couple of courses and glasses of wine, everyone’s kind of buttered up a bit and gotten to know everybody at the table,” Nelson says. “At that point we put all the wine out and everyone just goes at it: It’s noisy, people are yelling and talking, and it’s this really fun, family-style affair.”

For Chef Lama, sharing his family’s long-standing tradition with his customers at his restaurant was a no-brainer.
“I wanted to share the tradition with the people in town and at my restaurant, and with the neighbors — a lot of those people have become like family,” Lama says.

At Avo, a Feast of the Seven Fishes dinner is served throughout the month of December, with courses and menus changing to reflect what is fresh and in season at the time.

Despite the restaurant’s success with the dinners, Lama says there is still nothing like celebrating the event at home, with friends and family.

“What I really like about it is the aspect of everyone being together and cooking together,” Lama says. “And for anybody who is going to attempt it — try to enjoy it. The people you invite are going to be people who are near and dear to you — people that you love. You’re there to have a good time, to celebrate and to be together.”

The Tradition

The Feast of the Seven Fishes is an Italian-American Christmas Eve tradition adapted by immigrants from southern Italy who came to America en masse between the 1880s and 1920s. In Italy, the event is known as La Vigilia di Natale or, simply, La Vigilia, which translates to “the eve.” It is celebrated to commemorate the wait for the midnight birth of Jesus. Catholic tradition calls for an abstinence from meat on Christmas Eve, the vigil of Christmas Day. The multi-course seafood feast (traditionally held after Midnight Mass) reflects the willingness of the faithful to abstain from red meat until Christmas Day. No one really knows where the number seven came from. Some say the number stems from the seven sacraments in the Roman Catholic Church others say it points to the most widely used number in the Bible, and some argue that the number points to the famed seven hills of Rome.

The Menu

The abundance of seafood makes the tradition especially fitting for those of living here on the Gulf Coast. If this is your first year making the feast, don’t be intimidated by the number seven. If you count each piece of seafood served, you can knock it out with a single pot of seafood gumbo. But if you prefer an extravagant, multi-course seafood celebration, it’s easy to get to seven. Choose lighter, smaller dishes so guests don’t fill up to quickly. We have Gulf standbys like shrimp, crabmeat, oysters, fish and crawfish tails, as well as East Coast mussels, clams and lobsters. And remember frogs, turtles and alligator are officially classified as seafood.


An Iconic Recipe: New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp

New Orleans always does things a little differently. Even the “barbeque” in the city’s famed New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp bears only a slight resemblance to traditional barbecue found in any other part of the country.

New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp is a local favorite—Juicy, bright and spicy head-on Gulf shrimp smothered in a deep, savory delicious blend of butter, lemon, garlic and herbs & spices. Served with a crusty baguette, a bib and plenty of napkins, our BBQ Shrimp has more than enough fresh flavor to satisfy any seafood lover.

Origins of New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp Recipe

According to local food folklore, the dish came about in the 1950s when a longtime patron came into iconic Uptown Italian restaurant Pascal’s Manale and asked the chef to make him a dish he had tried during a business trip to the Windy City. The chef created a version based on the description provided—shrimp in a buttery sauce with lots of pepper. What he came up with ended up being a fair representation of what the customer had tried in Chicago, only better. It’s been known as an iconic New Orleans recipe ever since.

Deanie’s Seafood’s New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp is a top seller at the restaurants’ three locations in New Orleans. It features Jumbo Louisiana Shrimp sauteed in our own special recipe, which includes a blend of garlic, sweet basil, hot sauce, lemon, black pepper, paprika, and butter or margarine.

The recipe can be made with peel-your-own head-on shrimp or with peeled shrimp instead. A creamier version of the barbeque sauce makes for a great Barbeque Shrimp Pasta. Similar to an alfredo, the sauce can be made by whipping in cream and parmesan and tossing in pasta.

With Friday, May 10 being National Shrimp Day, and the beginning of a summer shrimp season, we’re offering our own Barbeque Shrimp Recipe to prepare for yourself! You can even order fresh Louisiana Shrimp directly from our seafood market at our online shop, <>.

Authentic, Local New Orleans “Scratch House’

Operating as a family-owned “scratch house” for over 50 years, Deanie’s Seafood serves up huge portions of certified “Louisiana Wild” seafood, prepared in-house with family recipes and our signature Creole seasonings. The first seafood market to open its doors in the quaint fishing village of Bucktown, Deanie’s now operates three successful restaurants with locations in Bucktown, the historic French Quarter and on Magazine Street in the Garden District. Deanie’s favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab. It just doesn’t get any more authentic than this!


Recipe Summary

  • 1 ½ pounds colossal shrimp, EZ-peel type (deveined and shells split down the back)
  • 1 ½ tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper, or to taste
  • ¼ teaspoon smoked paprika
  • ⅛ teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • ⅛ teaspoon seafood seasoning (such as Old Bay®) (Optional)
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 2 cups chicken stock
  • lemon, juiced
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, or more to taste
  • 2 dashes hot sauce, or to taste
  • 3 tablespoons cold butter, cut into chunks
  • 6 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon minced fresh rosemary
  • 1 sprig fresh rosemary for garnish

Peel shrimp and place into a mixing bowl set shrimp shells aside in a saucepan.

Drizzle vegetable oil over shrimp and season with black pepper, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, and seafood seasoning. Mix shrimp to coat with spices and cover bowl with plastic wrap refrigerate shrimp to absorb flavors, at least 1 hour.

Place reserved shrimp shells in saucepan over medium-high heat with 1 tablespoon butter cook and stir until shells are pink and fragrant, 1 to 2 minutes. Pour in chicken stock, bring to a boil, and reduce heat to low simmer until shrimp shells have given off their flavor, 20 to 30 minutes.

Strain shrimp stock through a fine mesh strainer into a bowl and add lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, and hot sauce. Stir to combine.

Place a large skillet over high heat until pan is very hot sear shrimp in the very hot, dry pan until shrimp are browned, about 1 minute per side.

Stir 3 tablespoons cold butter, garlic, and minced rosemary into shrimp cook and stir until shrimp are opaque in the middle and garlic is fragrant, 1 minute. Pour in shrimp stock.

Transfer shrimp from skillet to a bowl, using a slotted spoon reserve sauce in skillet. Bring sauce to a boil and cook until reduced slightly, about 5 minutes. Adjust seasoning to taste. Return shrimp to pan, reduce heat to low, and warm through, about 1 minute. Serve shrimp drizzled with pan sauce garnish with a rosemary sprig.


Seafood-Stuffed Catfish

PLACE fillet rounded side up on cutting board. Form a pocket by making a slit lengthwise on thicker part of fillet, taking care not to cut all the way through.

FLAKE crab meat and check for pieces of shells.

IN A LARGE SKILLET, melt butter over medium heat. Sauté onion and celery until tender. Add garlic cook 2 more minutes. Add parsley and green onions and remove from heat.

STIR in lemon juice, cayenne pepper and breadcrumbs.

ADD crabmeat and prawns or shrimp, tossing gently.

STUFF fillet pockets with seafood mixture. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, paprika and melted butter.


Commanders Palace Seafood Gumbo Recipe

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  • Commanders Palace Seafood Gumbo
  • Commander’s Palace is a New Orleans institution, they make fabulous gumbo. Gumbo is a medley of seafood, onions, garlic, peppers, roux, if you haven’t tried gumbo, you don’t know what you are missing.
  • 6 Tbsp. Flour
  • 1/2 C. Shortening
  • 6 cloves Garlic, chopped
  • 1/2 C. diced Onion
  • 1/4 C. chopped Bell Pepper
  • 1/2 C. chopped Celery
  • 2 lbs. peeled raw Shrimp
  • 1 (8 oz.) can Tomato Sauce
  • 3 qts. Water
  • 1 lbs. Claw Crabmeat
  • 1/4 bunch chopped Parsley
  • 1/2 tsp. Thyme
  • 3 Bay Leaves
  • 1 8 (oz.) pkg. frozen Okra
  • 1/2 pint Oysters with Juice
  • Salt and Pepper

Ingredients

  • Commanders Palace seafood Gumbo shopping list
  • Commander’s Palace is a New Orleans institution, they make fabulous gumbo. Gumbo is a medley of seafood, onions, garlic, peppers, roux, if you haven’t tried gumbo, you don’t know what you are missing. shopping list
  • 6 Tbsp. flourshopping list
  • 1/2 C. shorteningshopping list
  • 6 clovesgarlic, chopped shopping list
  • 1/2 C. diced onionshopping list
  • 1/4 C. chopped bell peppershopping list
  • 1/2 C. chopped celeryshopping list
  • 2 lbs. peeled raw shrimpshopping list
  • 1 (8 oz.) can tomato sauceshopping list
  • 3 qts. watershopping list
  • 1 lbs. Claw crabmeatshopping list
  • 1/4 bunch chopped parsleyshopping list
  • 1/2 tsp. thymeshopping list
  • 3 bay leavesshopping list
  • 1 8 (oz.) pkg. frozen okrashopping list
  • 1/2 pint oysters with juiceshopping list and peppershopping list

How to make it

  • Make a roux with the flour and shortening. Add garlic and cook until golden brown. Add onion, bell pepper, and celery and cook until transparent. Add shrimp and tomato sauce, simmer 10 minutes, stir in water, and blend well. Add all other ingredients except okra and oysters. Cook 1 hour, add okra, and cook 20 minutes. Add oysters and cook 10 minutes longer. Serve in a soup bowl over steamed rice.
  • Makes 1 gallon.
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11. Global Seafoods North America

Bellevue, Washington, United States About Blog Seafood News and the latest Fish industry update from Global Seafoods North America. We are a national online seafood store serving high quality fresh Alaskan Seafood, American Caviars, Crab, and more. We are based in Bellevue, WA. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog globalseafoods.com/blogs/news
Twitter followers 1.3K ⋅ Instagram Followers 747 ⋅ Social Engagement 22 ⋅ Domain Authority 41 ⋅ Alexa Rank 546.1K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

12. PaleOMG Paleo Recipes - Fish/Seafood

Denver, Colorado, United States About Blog PaleOMG was created to inspire, make you smile, and change your meals for the better. If you are not laughing during a post or feeling uncomfortable when I talk about my love life, I am doing something wrong. This blog is here to help you believe in your health, believe in your abilities in the kitchen as well as the gym, and believe in yourself during your quest for personal excellence. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog paleomg.com/category/food/fi..
Facebook fans 347.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 25K ⋅ Instagram Followers 338.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 67 ⋅ Domain Authority 62 ⋅ Alexa Rank 190.9K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

13. Cooking With Janica - Seafood

Los Angeles, California, United States About Blog Cooking With Janica is a recipe blog that is a joint project between Jessica Pinney and Janette Staub. All recipe photos are our original food photography Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog cookingwithjanica.com/catego..
Facebook fans 34.8K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 3.8K ⋅ Social Engagement 83 ⋅ Domain Authority 50 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

14. National Fisheries Institute (NFI) - AboutSeafood.com

Virginia, United States About Blog The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) is a non-profit dedicated to education about seafood safety, sustainability & nutrition. Frequency 1 post / week Blog aboutseafood.com/news-blog
Facebook fans 128.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 4.7K ⋅ Instagram Followers 807 ⋅ Social Engagement 8 ⋅ Domain Authority 57 ⋅ Alexa Rank 421.9K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

15. Seafood Nutrition Partnership

Arlington, Virginia, United States About Blog Seafood Nutrition Partnership is the leading non-profit in the U.S. with a mission to inspire a healthier America through partnerships that raise awareness about the essential nutritional benefits of eating seafood and consuming omega-3s. Frequency 1 post / week Blog seafoodnutrition.org/seafood..
Twitter followers 3.7K ⋅ Instagram Followers 5.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 45 ⋅ Alexa Rank 963.8K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

16. The Halal Food - Seafood

Singapore About Blog The Halal Food Blog is your #1 guide for Halal food in Singapore and the region! Frequency 7 posts / quarter Blog thehalalfoodblog.com/categor..
Facebook fans 40.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 66.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 178 ⋅ Domain Authority 34 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.7M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

17. Wild For Salmon - Recipes

Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, United States About Blog Wild For Salmon brings wild-caught, sustainable-harvest Alaska sockeye salmon to Pennsylvania and beyond - straight from the fisherman to you! Frequency 3 posts / month Blog wildforsalmon.com/blogs/recipes
Facebook fans 6.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 215 ⋅ Instagram Followers 2K ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ Alexa Rank 739.8K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

18. Buying Seafood | A Resource on the Best in Fish and Shellfish

United States About Blog Buying Seafood is committed to providing information for consumers looking for the best seafood. Whether buying seafood online or buying local, buying fresh or frozen, we provide species information, suggestions, recipes, product reviews and much more. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog buyingseafood.com
Instagram Followers 1K ⋅ Domain Authority 22 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

19. International Seafood Sustainability Foundation

United States About Blog We're working toward the sustainability of tuna stocks through science-based conservation and management and the protection of ocean health. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog iss-foundation.org/category/..
Facebook fans 18.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 7.3K ⋅ Instagram Followers 223 ⋅ Social Engagement 8 ⋅ Domain Authority 51 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

20. The Cornish Fishmonger

Cornwall, Ontario, Canada About Blog The Cornish Fishmonger is a family run specialist fishmonger, involved in the fishing industry since its creation by Robert Clifford-Wing some thirty years ago. During this time the business has earned an enviable reputation throughout the country for supplying top quality fish and seafood to many of the nations top chefs. Follow us to keep up with articles and recipes on seafood. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Since Jan 2009 Also in UK Sea Food Blogs Blog thecornishfishmonger.co.uk/blog
Facebook fans 12.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 3.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 40 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.6M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

21. Fishwise | Blog

Santa Cruz, California, United States About Blog FishWise promotes the health and recovery of ocean ecosystems by providing innovative market-based tools to the seafood industry, to support sustainability through environmentally responsible business practices. Frequency 1 post / month Blog fishwise.org/newsroom/blog
Facebook fans 3.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 12K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 45 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

22. Monahan's Seafood Market | Fresh Whole Fish, Fillets, Shellfish, Recipes, Catering & Lunch Count

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States About Blog Monahan's Seafood Market has been in business for over 37 years now, but everyday we come to work acting like it's our first day on the job. Propelled by a passion for fresh seafood and the need to satisfy our discriminating customers, Monahan's strives to be one of the top markets in the country. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog monahansseafood.com/blog
Facebook fans 3K ⋅ Twitter followers 3.4K ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

23. English's of Brighton

Brighton, England, United Kingdom About Blog Owned by the Leigh-Jones family since 1945, English's is the oldest restaurant in Brighton. Keep up with articles on seafood from English's of Brighton. Frequency 1 post / week Since Apr 2014 Also in UK Restaurant Blogs Blog englishs.co.uk/blog
Facebook fans 1.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 2.7K ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.7K ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 41 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

24. Alaska Fish Radio

Kodiak, Alaska, United States About Blog The seafood industry is Alaska's largest employer and the economic engine of remote coastal communities. Fish Radio aims to make all listeners aware of the importance of Alaska's fishing industry locally and globally. Frequency 6 posts / week Blog alaskafishradio.com
Facebook fans 1.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 15 ⋅ Domain Authority 29 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

25. Locals Seafood | Fresh from NC Fishermen - NC seafood from our dock to your table

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States About Blog Long time friends, Ryan Speckman and Lin Peterson started Locals Seafood in 2010 with a cooler full of shrimp and a pick-up truck. Both Fisheries and Wildlife Science majors from NC State University, their love for the coast, the outdoors, and good seafood started early. Their company is dedicated to delivering the freshest possible seafood from North Carolina fishermen to the Triangle area. Frequency 1 post / week Blog localsseafood.com/blog
Facebook fans 8K ⋅ Twitter followers 4.3K ⋅ Instagram Followers 7.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 19 ⋅ Domain Authority 34 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

26. Tommy's Restaurant and Oyster Bar

Houston, Texas, United States About Blog Tommy's Restaurant & Oyster Bar has been a well-established restaurant in the Clear Lake community, just south of Houston, for over 25 years. Our unparalleled reputation for fresh, local seafood, oysters as well as exemplary service is well known. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog tommys.com/blog
Facebook fans 3.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 171 ⋅ Domain Authority 33 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

27. Burren Smokehouse | Smoked Irish Salmon | Organic Salmon | Gourmet Gift Hampers

Ireland About Blog A Swedish woman (Birgitta Hedin-Curtin) and a Clare man (Peter Curtin) took it upon them in 1989 to set up a small smokehouse which expanded over the last two decades to become one of Ireland's best known artisan producers of Organic Smoked Salmon, Mackerel, Trout and even Smoked Gouda Cheese. Frequency 1 post / week Blog burrensmokehouse.com/blog
Facebook fans 3.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 9.5K ⋅ Domain Authority 42 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

28. Costas Inn | Baltimore Seafood Restaurant & Crab House

Baltimore, Maryland, United States About Blog Costas Inn, one of Maryland's premier steamed crab and seafood restaurants, one of the state's most trusted caterers, and increasingly a world-wide source for the quintessential ingredients to a uniquely Maryland experience. Frequency 1 post / month Blog costasinn.com/blog
Facebook fans 13.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 1K ⋅ Social Engagement 5 ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

29. Bristol Seafood | Seafood You Can Trust

Portland, Maine, United States About Blog We make great seafood and do the right thing, including the first ever fair trade certified seafood from US waters. Frequency 1 post / month Blog bristolseafood.com
Twitter followers 765 ⋅ Instagram Followers 746 ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

30. LobsterAnywhere.com | Live Maine Lobster Delivery

New England, North Dakota, United States About Blog You've landed on Lobster Tales, the official blog of LobsterAnywhere.com. Find delicious seafood recipes, how to lobster guides, cooking tips, and news. Frequency 1 post / month Blog lobsteranywhere.com/blog
Facebook fans 16.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 587 ⋅ Instagram Followers 14.6K ⋅ Social Engagement 40 ⋅ Domain Authority 42 ⋅ Alexa Rank 300.9K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

31. Seafood Watch

Monterey Park, California, United States About Blog Seafood Watch helps individuals and businesses make choices for healthy oceans. Over fishing and other destructive practices are eliminating many of the fish species we currently consume but alternatives exist and fisheries and fish farms are improving. Make an impact! Choose ocean-friendly seafood. Frequency 4 posts / year Blog blog.seafoodwatch.org
Facebook fans 57.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 43.5K ⋅ Instagram Followers 23K ⋅ Domain Authority 68 ⋅ Alexa Rank 410.5K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

32. Nation's Restaurant News - Seafood Trends

New York, United States About Blog Get the latest seafood trends, from fresh fresh to shellfish, and from salmon to sustainable sourcing and more. Frequency 5 posts / year Blog nrn.com/seafood-trends
Facebook fans 47.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 73.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 23 ⋅ Domain Authority 74 ⋅ Alexa Rank 85.4K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

33. National Fisherman

Portland, Oregon, United States About Blog National Fisherman has been the industry standard for over 50 years. Readers from coast to coast depend on it to stay up to date on news, regulations, fish stocks, to research purchasing decisions and to stay informed of the newest vessel and product technology. Blog nationalfisherman.com
Facebook fans 15.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 4.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 209 ⋅ Domain Authority 53 ⋅ Alexa Rank 545.4K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

34. SAVEUR - Seafood Recipes

New York, United States About Blog SAVEUR is the global guide to cooking, entertaining, and food travel. Bring the world's best recipes, drinks, seasonal dishes, and kitchen tips to your home. Frequency 30 posts / year Blog saveur.com/tags/seafood
Facebook fans 545.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 660.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 145 ⋅ Domain Authority 76 ⋅ Alexa Rank 49.5K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

35. Fulton Fish Market | Online fresh seafood home delivery

Bronx, New York, United States About Blog Fulton Fish Market is your place to order fresh fish and seafood online. The Fishmonger Blog is our gift of recipes, tips and tricks, and seafood preparation to our favorite customers. Frequency 19 posts / year Blog shop.fultonfishmarket.com/blog
Facebook fans 27.8K ⋅ Twitter followers 972 ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ Alexa Rank 94.4K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

36. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) - Seafood Matters

United States About Blog Our mission is to use our ecolabel and fishery certification programme to contribute to the health of the world's oceans by recognising and rewarding sustainable fishing practices, influencing the choices people make when buying seafood, and working with our partners to transform the seafood market to a sustainable basis. Blog blog.msc.org
Facebook fans 56.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 21.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 68 ⋅ Alexa Rank 248.1K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

37. Holly Clegg - Healthy Seafood Recipes - Fish, Shrimp, Crabmeat and Crawfish

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States About Blog Seafood Recipes Really are my Specialty Seafood recipes are my specialty because living in Louisiana. What makes that so special? Well, I have such wonderful access to fresh fish, shrimp, crabmeat and crawfish. So, of course, In this Blog you will find healthy easy recipes featuring fish, shrimp, crabmeat and crawfish recipes. Blog thehealthycookingblog.com..
Facebook fans 22.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 6.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 39 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

38. My Delicious Blog | From hook & farm to table. . .it's all coastal inspired!- Fish & Seafood

Florida, United States About Blog My Delicious Blog is all about cooking delicious food, much of it from the Gulf of Mexico! I focus on whole foods available/grown near my home in SW Florida. You'll also see dishes inspired by my New England roots. My 'Field Trip Fridays' share my visits to food-related venues (farmer's markets, food festivals, gleaning, organic farms, and so much more). Enjoy! Frequency 4 posts / year Blog mydeliciousblog.com/category..
Facebook fans 694 ⋅ Twitter followers 296 ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ Alexa Rank 6.5M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

39. Oceanwatch Australia

Australia About Blog OceanWatch Australia is an environmental charity that works to advance sustainability in the Australian seafood industry. The national marine NRM organisation. Frequency 11 posts / year Blog oceanwatch.org.au
Facebook fans 4K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.7M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

40. Deanie's Seafood

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States About Blog A New Orleans institution for more than 50 years, Deanie's Seafood is rated by locals as one of New Orleans' Best Seafood Restaurants, known for serving huge portions of fresh Louisiana seafood prepared with Deanie's Signature Creole Seasonings. Some of Deanie's customer favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab. Blog blog.deanies.com/press-room
Twitter followers 2K ⋅ Social Engagement 64 ⋅ Domain Authority 46 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

41. Delmarva Fisheries Association, Inc.

Chestertown, Maryland, United States About Blog The DFA unifies the different sectors of the industry so it can speak with as a unified voice on issues critical to the Delmarva Seafood Industry. Frequency 29 posts / year Blog delmarvafisheries.com
Facebook fans 1.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 13 ⋅ Social Engagement 24 ⋅ Domain Authority 6 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

42. China Seafood Expo

Seattle, Washington, United States About Blog Overseas organizer of the China Fisheries and Seafood Expo, Asia's largest seafood trade show. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog chinaseafoodexpo.com/categor..
Facebook fans 1.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 33 ⋅ Alexa Rank 6.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

43. Mussel Inn

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom About Blog Mussel Inn Seafood Restaurants is an Award winning seafood restaurants perfectly suited for families, lunches, dinners and celebrations, excellent value for money and friendly service. Follow us to keep up with news and recipes on seafood. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog mussel-inn.com/blog
Twitter followers 420 ⋅ Social Engagement 7 ⋅ Domain Authority 43 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

44. Fishbox

Scotland, United Kingdom About Blog Fishbox is a fish and seafood subscription service that brings tasty and sustainable seafood direct to your door. All our products are caught and processed in Scotland ensuring your next meal is as fresh and healthy as possible. Blog fishbox.co.uk/blog
Facebook fans 9.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 4K ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

45. Big Catch Seafood House

Alhambra, California, United States About Blog We are the new seafood restaurant in town serving up the freshest catches from the sea! From Cajun Crawfish to charbroiled tilapia, we offer a wide variety to suit any seafood lover. Blog bigcatchseafoodhouse.com/new..
Facebook fans 9.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 25 ⋅ Domain Authority 15 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

46. Bradley's Fish Factory

United Kingdom About Blog Bradley's are a third-generation family business, who delivers over 200 types of fresh frozen fish from around the world to your door. A variety of delicious recipes for seafood caught in UK waters. Cooking seafood can be daunting but our handy recipes are a great place to start. Frequency 3 posts / year Since Oct 2015 Blog bradleysfish.com/recipes
Twitter followers 138 ⋅ Domain Authority 22 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

47. The American Shrimp Company - Shrimp Seafood News

United States About Blog The American Shrimp Company sells 100% wild caught American shrimp harvested from pristine U.S. coastal waters. We offer both fresh chilled raw and cooked shrimp. Blog buyamericanshrimp.com/news
Facebook fans 1.9K ⋅ Twitter followers 119 ⋅ Instagram Followers 87 ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

48. Fish & Co The Sustainable Seafood Cafe

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia About Blog We at Fish & Co believe that we can all enjoy eating seafood for years to come, if we consciously decide to only use certified sustainable catch. If we look after our marine environments then the fish will do the rest for us for nothing. Blog fishandco.com.au/blog
Facebook fans 1.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.3K ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 34 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

49. Eaton Street Seafood Market

Florida, United States About Blog A trip to Key West is not complete without sampling some of the fresh caught local seafood. We stock fish, stone crab and lobster right off the boat from local fishermen. Frequency 3 posts / year Blog kwseafood.com/seafood-blog
Facebook fans 3.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

50. Nolan's Restaurant and Lounge

Gulf Shores, Alabama, United States About Blog Our expert kitchen and wait staff, led by chef Michael Pophin are eager to serve our returning loyal customers the finest cuisine and favorites Nolan's has been famous for since 1986. Prepare your palette for the freshest seafood, USDA Choice Beef, authentic Greek style dishes and much more, all served in a casually elegant setting. Blog nolansrestaurant.com/blog
Facebook fans 10.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 284 ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

51. Necee Regis: Travel Writer, Food Writer, Photographer and Oyster Blogger - Oyster Blog

Boston, Massachusetts, United States About Blog I grew up spending part of every summer in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, which included eating many oysters. After stumbling into an oyster shucking competition in Miami Beach in 2006, I've become a fan of the sport and have written about local, national, and international competitions for the Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, American Way Magazine, and the Huffington Post. Frequency 1 post / year Blog necee.com/oyster-blog
Twitter followers 692 ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

52. Ramus Seafood Emporium

Harrogate, England, United Kingdom About Blog Ramus Seafood Emporium in Harrogate and Ilkley sell the finest quality fresh fish and seafood to retail customers and the wholesale restaurant and hotel trade. Blog ramus.co.uk/blog
Twitter followers 4.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 672 ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

53. New Hampshire Community Seafood

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States About Blog A Community of Seafood Lovers who Support Seacoast Fishermen, Eat Fresher Fish and Seafood, and Protect our Ocean. Frequency 30 posts / year Blog nhcommunityseafood.com/blog
Facebook fans 3.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 957 ⋅ Domain Authority 25 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

54. Ocean Grown Abalone

Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia About Blog Ocean Grown Abalone is an exciting new Western Australian innovation. We have developed the world's first commercial abalone ranch, where hatchery reared juvenile green lip abalone are reared on the artificial reefs, we purpose built for them on the pristine waters of Flinders Bay. Frequency 2 posts / year Blog oceangrown.com.au/news
Facebook fans 1.5K ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

55. HungryForever Food - Indian Fish Recipes

United States About Blog Indian fish dish are renowned world over for lip smacking curries, tikkas and tandoori fish. Fish tikkas and pakoras are served as accompaniment or starters. Blog hungryforever.com/category/i..
Facebook fans 996.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 17.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 232 ⋅ Domain Authority 56 ⋅ Alexa Rank 188.1K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

56. FishAZblog | All fishing, all the time

Arizona, United States About Blog Your Arizona fishing learning center -- with latest reports and twists of adventure -- from the experts at the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Blog fishazblog.com/category/recipes
Twitter followers 24.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

57. Daly's Seafood

Ireland About Blog At Dalys, we use the finest Smoked Salmon, and together with our unique smoking methods, produce consistent delicate flavours. Salmon is dry cured with salt and smoked over oak and beech-wood. It is then sliced and packed in temperature controlled facilities producing perfect cuts every time. Blog dalyseafoods.com
Facebook fans 3.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 4.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 14 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

58. Blue Moon Fish

New York, United States About Blog We are a commercial fishing family from Mattituck, on the North Fork of Long Island. We catch our own wild, local fish and sell exclusively at various Greenmarkets in New York City, with 40 years commercial fishing experience and 28 years at the markets. We carry extremely fresh fish and shellfish that come directly from the waters of Eastern Long Island to the customer. Frequency 3 posts / year Blog bluemoonfish.com/blog
Twitter followers 461 ⋅ Social Engagement 10 ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

59. California Fisheries and Seafood Institute

California, United States About Blog The California Fisheries & Seafood Institute (CFSI) is the nation's largest regional organization representing members of the consumer seafood industry. Blog calseafood.net/news
Facebook fans 21 ⋅ Twitter followers 15 ⋅ Domain Authority 19 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

60. Go Blue! Seafood Sustainability

Kirkland, Washington, United States About Blog Sustainable seafood blog for wild fisheries and aquaculture farmed raised fish, shrimp, and seaweed. Blog goblueseafoodsustainability.
Domain Authority 5 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

61. Damn Delicious - Simple ingredients. Elegant dishes.

Los Angeles, California, United States About Blog Come join me in my culinary adventures where we'll be using simple, fresh ingredients, and transforming them into sophisticated and elegant meals for the everyday home cook. Blog damndelicious.net/tag/seafood
Facebook fans 278K ⋅ Twitter followers 15K ⋅ Domain Authority 72 ⋅ Alexa Rank 18.1K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

62. Alaska Seafood - Wild, Natural, Sustainable

Juneau, Alaska, United States About Blog Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute is a partnership of the State of Alaska and the Alaska seafood industry, promoting Alaska Seafood in the U.S. and key overseas markets. ASMI is a partnership of the State of Alaska and the Alaska seafood industry, promoting Alaska Seafood & offering seafood education. Blog alaskaseafood.org/news
Facebook fans 89.9K ⋅ Twitter followers 4.8K ⋅ Instagram Followers 11.6K ⋅ Domain Authority 54 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

63. Sarah Graham Food - Fish & Seafood Recipes | Grilled, Fried, BBQ, Salad

Johannesburg, South Africa About Blog Eater, food writer, cookbook author, cooking show host 'Sarah Graham's Food Safari'. The other me lives in Italy. Frequency 1 post / year Blog sarahgraham.co.za/recipes/ma..
Facebook fans 28.8K ⋅ Twitter followers 9.4K ⋅ Domain Authority 34 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

64. Seafood Intelligence

About Blog SeafoodIntelligence.com is a subscriber-based international economic & market intelligence news service & information portal aiming to objectively inform all stakeholders of the global seafood sector (fisheries/aquaculture, seafood retail chain incl. a strong focus on issues pertaining to salmon farming). We are perhaps the only professional media source of daily seafood business & sustainability Blog seafoodintell.com
Domain Authority 27 ⋅ Alexa Rank 10.6M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

65. Berwick Shellfish Company | Seafood Specialists

Berwick, Louisiana, United States About Blog Blog page showing seafood & shellfish recipes, online shellfish , google growth engine, recipes including Lobster thermidor, dressed crab, paella.prawn cocktail. Frequency 3 posts / year Blog berwickshellfish.com/blogs/news
Twitter followers 3.7K ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 29 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact



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