Tag Archives: seafood
Today I am introducing a new regular blog entry which will appear every Friday from now on. It’s a recap of the informative and bizarre articles, blogs, and anything else that I read during the week and want to share.
This week’s theme is seafood. Continue reading
Today I am introducing a new regular blog entry which will appear every Friday from now on. It’s a recap of the informative and bizarre articles, blogs, and anything else that I read during the week and want to share. … Continue reading
Here’s the thing , I will never be a locavore. I know too much about the amazing foods that are out there (bananas, avocado, chocolate!) to be able to forgo them forever. Besides, to me, being a locavore is more the process then the outcome. It’s about to learning where your food comes from and how your choices as a consumer affect the food system. Continue reading
Could you go an entire month eating only foods grown, raised, or produced within 200 miles from your home? That’s the premise of the Eat Local Challenge which begins today in New Orleans. Oddly enough, for the first time in … Continue reading
It doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone to hear students aren’t happy with thier cafeteria choices. But what may surprise you is what they are complaining about. A group of New Orleans students called the Rethinkers released a report … Continue reading
Did you know crawfish are classified as livestock? Neither did I until this past week when I was on assignment for Louisiana Seafood News. I visited a crawfish farm in New Iberia, Louisiana, just west of the projected flooding due to the opening of the Morganza Floodway. The story, In Cajun Country, the Crawfish are Biting, Flood or No, was as fun to write as crawfish are to eat. Continue reading
Between hurricanes, oil spills, and freshwater diversions, the beginning of this century has been rough on the oyster, and the oyster industry.
So why should you care? Continue reading