Monday, 22 February 2010

Seafood ~ Sustainability and Recipes


Lifestyle :: Bisques and chowders

A farmers market or roadside stand is the best source for sweet corn... Corn Chowder with Grilled Shrimp via Williams-Sonoma



The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size. ~Gertrude Wister(*) QuoteGarden.com

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How to eat fish ethically
With Loblaws vowing to jump on the bandwagon by 2013, now's the time to arm yourself with knowledge for choosing fish wisely.
"I think we've got to start to get away from the salmons and the tunas and on to the mackerels and sardines," says Bishop.
After learning his trade at the famed Rodney's Oyster House in Toronto, Joshua Bishop went off to see the world. ...
Full Story: How to eat fish ethically: Maps through the maze of sustainable seafood; nationalpost.com


Sustainable Seafood Recipes
"What I like about this recipe," says Chef Jesse Cool, “is that it’s simple. ...
Recipe: Halibut with Herbs and Flowers; www.seafoodwatch.org


Seafood Recommendations
Use this guide to find ocean-friendly alternatives to seafood on the Seafood Watch “Avoid” list. ...
Full List: 2010 Culinary Chart of Alternatives; www.seafoodwatch.org


Health
Part of keeping your heart healthy means keeping your cholesterol levels in check or lowering those numbers if they’ve been creeping up.
10 Foods to Battle Bad Cholesterol; healthyeats.com

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