Oysters. People either love them or hate them, but rarely do oysters garner a simple “meh.” Yet surprisingly, there is a lot we don’t know about this tasty, slimy and expensive bivalve, save for the idea that you eat them raw, accompanied by champagne and that pregnant ladies aren’t allowed to join in. To help […]
How Restaurants and Fisheries Are Saving Edible Seafood From the Trash Brian Vander Brug/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images Bycatch is ending up on more restaurant menus — but it’s not enough. As demand for seafood rises, chefs have their seafood supplier on speed dial. And while species like tuna, cod, and halibut are popular, these […]
04.03.2014 Red Fish with Pontchartrain Sauce and Conecuh Jambalaya Servings 1 Ingredients 6oz – 8oz portion Alabama Gulf Red Fish filets 1/8 cup Vegetable oil 2 tbsp Blackening seasoning (Paul Prudhomme or Zatarain’s preferred) Pontchartrain Sauce 2 tbsp Unsalted butter 1/4 cup Mushrooms, sliced 3 (21-25 count) Alabama Gulf Shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 Roasted […]
The New Rules of Oyster Eating Twenty things you need to know. By Rowan Jacobsen August 25, 2015 Illustrations by Wilson Tanner A decade ago, I wrote a book called A Geography of Oysters that celebrated the romance of oysters, the primal rush of slurping a raw denizen of the sea, and the mysteries of […]
Sheepshead What is it: If you’re not the type to judge a book by its cover, then Sheepshead ought to win you over. Its black and silver stripes earned this fish the nickname “the convict,” but it’s the mouthful of flattened, human-esque teeth that gave the Sheepshead its true namesake. A typical keeper runs […]
11.08.2013 Herbed Gulf Oyster Stuffing Ingredients 12 cups Italian or French bread, in ¾-inch cubes ½ lb sliced bacon, cut into ½-inch pieces 2 cups onion, finely chopped 1½ cups celery, chopped 3 tbsp fresh thyme, chopped (or 1 tbsp dried) 1 tbsp fresh sage, finely chopped (or 2 tsp dried) 1 tbsp garlic, minced […]
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Capeside Fish Company, Gadsden’s Neighborhood Seafood Market, is looking for highly motivated and self-starting new team members to join our quickly growing company! We’re now hiring Servers and Fish Cutters, for both day & night shift. The perfect candidate is out-going and detail-oriented, with a will to make guests happy and satisfied.
Just a reminder to stop by and pickup all your game day food supplies. We have live and boiled crawfish, shrimp, boudin balls, chicken tenders, and much more. Some recipes to get you started. Grilled Ahi Tuna Steaks with Citrus-Ginger Sauce Yield: 6 servings 3/4 cup plus 1 TBSP olive oil, plus more for brushing […]
Black kingfish, black salmon, ling, lemonfish. Perhaps you’ve puzzled over these curious fish. They’re all cobia, a peach-fleshed fish with grayish-brown skin. Its signature white belly often confuses fishers, who sometimes mistake it for a small shark. “It’s a weird fish because it’s meaty and dense like sturgeon, but it’s fatty like hamachi,” explained Robert DeMasco, owner of […]