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  • Todays Catch is being Slowed Down
    Cod fishing shut down by the feds in the Northeastern U.S.
    To some environmentalists, eating cod is similar to committing a crime. To back the dismal and declining figures of this glorious and tasty fish, U.S. authorities have taken it upon themselves to halt the fishing of cod in areas of the Gulf of...
  • Pet Shanty of Scotch Plains, NJ
    Pet Shanty of Scotch Plains closes its doors
    The Pet Shanty of Scotch Plains, NJ filed for Chapter 7 voluntary bankruptcy on August 1, 2014. This pet store has been around for 27 years and has been one of the best places in the Union County area to shop for all types of fish, corals,...
  • Fish with human teeth? Chew on this: Teeth on this funky fish distinctly human
    Fish with human teeth? Chew on this: Teeth on this funky fish distinctly human
    A fish with human teeth? It would seem so. This gill-bearer is a little long in the tooth – literally. There are a few different species of fish that have a set of chompers that would make a toothless soup eater quite jealous, and a...
  • Cooking 101 at Casa de Cuisine: Caribbean Fried Fish Sandwich
    Cooking 101 at Casa de Cuisine: Caribbean Fried Fish Sandwich
    In this new series called Cooking 101 at Casa de Cuisine, Chef Larry Edwards will teach you some of the dishes the Casa is known for and people love. Each of the inclusions in this new series will feature a complete how-to slideshow. So enjoy...
  • Batter up the fish fry with a light and fresh lemon batter
    Batter up the fish fry with a light and fresh lemon batter
    Battered or breaded fish, fried to a golden crisp is a favorite way to prepare flounder, walleye or perch. Adding a light citrus burst of lemon not only gives you the same texture and crunch you love with a batter infused in flavor that isn&rsquo...
  • Grilled salmon with heirloom tomatoes
    Grilled salmon with roasted heirloom tomatoes recipe
    When summer produce still graces the stands at your farmers' market, it's natural to be in denial that fall has come. This recipe is a simple tribute to late-season heirloom tomatoes and eggplant that's easily prepared for a casual...
  • Texas aquaponics firms well-represented at recent conference
    Texas aquaponics firms well-represented at recent conference
    Ten Texans are back in the Lone Star State after attending the fourth annual Aquaponics Association Conference held in San Jose, Calif. Sept. 12 through 14. One of the conference highlights was a tour of a commercial production facility in nearby...
  • NMFS developing new protocol for assessing fish stocks
    NMFS developing new protocol for assessing fish stocks
    The number of federal fish stock assessments varies widely by region, a new report finds. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) counted the number of assessments the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) performed in certain regions...
  • The Cajun Fryer
    Make a great impression at your next fish fry with a Cajun Fryer
    Cooking with the Cajun Fryer made me feel like a professional chef. Pro fishing guide Jim Duckworth demonstrated the fryer to me at one of his outdoor writer camps. He has been cooking with them for some time. He takes great pride in cooking for...
  • Owner Makes Lifejacket for Pet Fish; Einstein couldn’t swim
    Owner Makes Lifejacket for Pet Fish; Einstein couldn’t swim
    Every day we see countless animal rescue groups requesting needs and showcasing adoptions. We see rescue groups go above and beyond the human duty to save many four-legged creatures. We’ve even seen wheels for pets with spinal and leg...
  • A Coral Trout (Plectropomus leopardus). Pixie Garden, Ribbon Reefs, Great Barrier Reef.
    Some fish shown to collaborate as well as chimpanzees and possibly man
    Coral trout have been proven to have an ability to collaborate with each other and with another species in a food-specific task that rivals the same ability as seen in chimpanzees. Alexander Vail, a Gates Scholar from the University of Cambridge&...
  • Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece
    Let a Greek volcano do the cooking at Sirocco
    Does continual beauty cause you to yawn? Is dining within sight and sound of warm shockingly blue water directly on a white sand beach passé on your "bucket list?" If so Paleochori beach's Cafe Restaurant Sirocco on the Greek...
  • Baked Fish Fingers
    Baked Fish Fingers
    Moving forward from the ever popular chicken fingers, a delicious alternative is baked fish fingers. Fresh fish abounds, especially in the summer months, so why not try this delicious entree choice tonight? It is healthy and delicious.Cod is a...
  • Fishery management improvement legislation left on the dock(et)
    Fishery management improvement legislation left on the dock(et)
    When Congress returns from its August recess after Labor Day, the many items it will have to deal with include reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation & Management Act. The House Natural Resources Committee has approved...
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    Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary times the book of Numbers and our Gospel
    As we look at the reading for the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time a few words stand out to us when we keep in mind how there are no unnecessary details in Torah and Gospel. These words include, “He said the blessing, broke the loaves....