Remembering Mariner’s Menu Author Joyce Taylor

November 20, 2013 | Barry Nash

Educator and author Joyce Taylor passed away Saturday, Nov. 16, after an extended illness. She was 81. Joyce grew up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina but called Carteret County, N.C., home for…

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Chef Profiles: Gerry Fong

August 12, 2013 | Barry Nash

seafood traditions Chef Gerry Fong learned how to eat from his parents, Henry and Mary Fong, which, as Gerry says is “the basis of how to be a great cook.” Gerry’s parents were successful restaurateurs…

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An Invasive Predator Becomes a Culinary Delicacy

June 25, 2013 | Barry Nash

another fresh seafood idea With its vibrant red hue and long, venomous spines, lionfish are a resplendent underwater sight. However, they are threatening the biodiversity of coastal reefs in the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and…

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How to Dress and Fillet Lionfish

June 21, 2013 | Barry Nash

Barry Nash, North Carolina Sea Grant’s seafood technology and marketing specialist, demonstrates how to dress and fillet the invasive lionfish.

Chef Profiles: Hallock Cooper Howard

June 17, 2013 | Barry Nash

seafood traditions In the fall of 1998, Hallock Cooper Howard, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, decided to open a restaurant with the help of her parents, Pam and Buddy Cooper, and a…

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