Marinated Charcoal Grilled Shrimp

August 26, 2009 | Joyce Taylor

another fresh seafood idea We’re at the height of the outdoor cooking season, so let’s grill a shrimp dinner! Be sure you buy fresh shrimp—from North Carolina. Local, not imported. Fresh shrimp should smell like…

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North Carolina Shrimp

August 26, 2009 | Barry Nash

north carolina fisheries Shrimp is the nation’s most popular seafood and the second most economically important fishery in North Carolina.  The state’s commercial shrimp fleet is comprised primarily of small to medium-sized vessels that fish…

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Guest Contribution: A chat with Captain Chip Grice, Davis, NC, Fishing Vessel Cape Point

August 25, 2009 | Pam Morris

seafood traditions How did you get into commercial fishing? “I was born in Charlotte but my family owned a camp to the banks.  We came here every summer when I was a kid. I started…

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Seafood Nutrition Leaders

August 25, 2009 | David Green

seafood traditions “Like a hearty stew or marinade, something happens when individual ingredients come together and meld over time.” That original statement in Mariner’s Menu could not be truer today. Without the many volunteers who…

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Baked Red Drum with Pimentón

August 14, 2009 | Joyce Taylor

another fresh seafood idea Cooking seafood can be easy and simple. The two biggest obstacles are lack of freshness and overcooking. Always go to the market to buy fresh fish, not a particular species. In…

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