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Jan 27th
2012

Ocean-friendly seafood & friends

If you’re reading this blog, it’s likely that you’ve checked out Blue Ocean’s Guide to Ocean-Friendly Seafood or keep up on the latest in seafood news (like a new report on oil spill effects on herring populations).

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Mar 4th
2011

Kick off your Mardis Gras celebrations with Poppy Tooker’s Seafood Gumbo

Lent, the Christian season of penance and introspection leading up to Easter Sunday, begins on Ash Wednesday. In most Catholic cultures, Lent is a season of ritual fasting and the preceding few days were considered a time to use up all the rich, fatty foods in the larder before they became forbidden. The Tuesday night preceding Lent, known – depending on where you are – as Mardis Gras (French for “Fat Tuesday”), Shrove Tuesday (“to shrive” means to confess one’s sins), or Carnival (theoretically derived from “carne vale,” Late Latin for “farewell to flesh”) was the culmination of a period of feasting and festivities.

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