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  • International tuna fishing commission meets in April
    International tuna fishing commission meets in April
    The Advisory Committee to the United States Section to the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) has scheduled its its annual spring meeting for April 8-9. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) of the...
  • A tuna market
    Seafood company severs ties with supplier over slavery issues
    A Thai company that supplies seafood around the world has severed ties with one of its suppliers following evidence of slave labor. Thai Union Frozen Products issued a statement Wednesday saying that they will no longer be using a particular...
  • Atlantic fish habitat report released for public comment
    Atlantic fish habitat report released for public comment
    A review of policy concerning Atlantic highly migratory species (HMS) is underway with a chance for the public to chime in now. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has released for public comment a Draft Atlantic HMS Essential Fish...
  • Tuna Agridolce
    Sicilian Style Tuna with Sweet and Sour Onions with Regaleali Nero d'Avola
    The cuisine of Sicily is a reflection of not just the bounty of the Mediterranean but of the thousands of years of history of the Island. Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Moor, Norman, Catalan, Spaniard - all the great powers of antiquity have left their...
  • Easy tuna casserole
    Recipes: easy tuna casserole
    Many times moms want a meal that is not only easy and fairly quick to make, but one that is also great as a leftover so it can be used for lunch the next day – either for the stay-at-home mom or for the one who needs/wants to take a home...
  • Parasite in tuna
    Parasite in tuna: Mom finds tongue-eating parasite staring out of tuna can
    A parasite in a tuna can has one mother fishing for answers as to the identity of a blob-like, big-eyed creature peeking out at her from the side of a can of Princes tuna chunks. After the Nottingham mother’s photo and story went viral, the...
  • Second chance offered to comment on Atlantic fishing logbook reports
    Second chance offered to comment on Atlantic fishing logbook reports
    If you have any suggestions for improving the logbook keeping for Atlantic highly migratory species fishermen, now's your second and final chance to make them. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is offering a second...
  • Tuna Burgers
    Tuna Burgers
    Sometimes, a sandwich is a perfect casual dinner or, of course, a typical lunch. This tuna sandwich acts like a burger because it is oven-prepared and served warm. It is a nice change from the wintery comfort food that we have all enjoyed since...
  • Christmas at Casa de Cuisine: Tuscan Stuffed Tomatoes
    Christmas at Casa de Cuisine: Tuscan Stuffed Tomatoes
    When it comes to the holidays, we all love to adorn our festive tables with glorious, and often times, colorful dishes. One such dish which fits this perfectly are very simple to prepare stuffed tomatoes. Now, when you take those stuffed tomatoes...
  • Cooking with kids: Tuna boats!
    Cooking with kids: Tuna boats!
    Here's an easy, protein-filled snack that kids can make themselves from start to finish.Our eleven year-old frequently makes tuna boats for his younger siblings and involves them in the prep work. They're a favorite snack for all three of...
  • New rules set to protect the bluefin stock starting in 2015
    New rules set to protect the bluefin stock starting in 2015
    New rules to protect bluefin tuna have just been issued. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced final adjustments to Amendment 7 of the 2006 Consolidated Atlantic Highly Migratory Species Fishery Management Plan....
  • Should the game fish tagging program go electronic?
    Should the game fish tagging program go electronic?
    Got any ideas for improving the reporting requirements for the Cooperative Game Fish Tagging Program? Now's your chance to suggest them. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) is...
  • Tuna and noodles, a classic standard
    Tuna and noodles, a classic standard
    There are many recipes that have stood the test of time. Some of those are the "classic standards", including meatloaf, fried chicken, pot roast and pork chops. There are scores of recipes for these favorites and they remain favorites up...
  • NMFS seeks suggestions on Atlantic logbook keeping
    NMFS seeks suggestions on Atlantic logbook keeping
    Now's your chance to suggest ways to improve or simplify the logbooks needed when fishing in the Atlantic. A public comment period has been opened for the Atlantic Highly Migratory Species Vessel Logbooks and Cost-Earnings Data Reports. The...
  • Takeaway Tuesday: Shula's Steak House
    Takeaway Tuesday: Shula's Steak House
    Let’s face it going to a steak house can be scary if you are trying to stick to a low fat diet or simply make better food choices. There is nothing about a T-Bone, with mashed potatoes and cream of spinach that screams low calorie. But if...