Long Islander’s fish business is taking off with a new location in Greenport.
What do you look for when buying fish? You look for a story.
Time to check out Lobster Fridays at Jewel and the best lobster rolls around.
With a fresh local supply available all year long and a timeless resource for recipes, clams should always be the answer to “what’s for dinner?”
With a buoy masquerading as algae, fish are tricked into taking the bait.
Friend of Edible Sean Barrett, founder of Dock to Dish, the first community supported fishery on Long Island, sends out weekly newsletters to his subscribers. It is always jam-packed with information about what’s going on in the fishery, specific species and the men and women who fish our waters. This week: tilefish.
Lucky us. On Long Island it’s easy to find fresh fish. Try living in suburban New Jersey, where my sister lives, and you have to drive two towns over to find a store that sells fish and only fish.
Seeing a fish that has just been caught is a bittersweet experience. In order to capture the true essence and see the vibrant colors, the fish must remain intact and fresh for as long as possible.