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The Seafood Show
From this Episode:
Seafood from slaves
Shrimp is the most popular seafood eaten in the US. Americans consume 1.3 billion pounds of it each year, which amounts to roughly four pounds per person. Very little shrimp...
The quandary of sourcing sustainable shrimp
The downside to knowing more about where your food comes from is that nagging moral sense telling you it's time to make a change. So if we want to eat shrimp that is grown...
Steamed mussels with fennel and Point Reyes blue cheese
Next we move from crustaceans to shellfish. At the Santa Monica Farmers' Market, Laura Avery shops with Brian Sheard, chef at Taste on Melrose , as he picks up fennel to be...
Scallops, uni and mussels at Dudley Market
If seasonal seafood is your bag, might we suggest a visit to Dudley Market in Venice Beach? That's where you'll find chef Jesse Barber pairing mussels, scallops and sea...
Praise for oysters straight outta the jar
The famed Portland gourmand James Beard once wrote that oysters are best eaten on the half shell “with nothing to enhance them except lemon, a bit of grated fresh...