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Salt, Slow Cookers, Dishwashers, and Microwaves

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As the summer 2018 sun rises over New England, many await cooked lobster rolls, seaweed – steamed clambakes on the beach, and grilled bluefish. Though these foods certainly are classics, you can miss out if you don’t think outside of the box  and try some other ways to cook seafood as well. We’ll explore methods […]

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A Morning with Lisa, Jerry, Charles and Pat

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If you are reading this, chances are that you already know about Atlantic Seafood’s friendly customer service and quality, fresh seafood. There are also, however, many lesser known things about the people and the work behind the product. This month I visited the store to give you a behind – the – scenes view of […]

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Two Great Stores are Better than One

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A riddle: What do Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night painting, the 2018 Philadelphia Eagles, the sound of a symphony, and the color green have in common? The magic of a winning combination. Just the right components came together  and, in joining, became something greater than any could have become alone. Think of it for a minute. […]

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A Little Crab with a Giant Impact

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They were tiny and they were EVERYWHERE. When my college marine biology class had been assigned to go to this pebbly beach, look for Asian shore crabs, and record information about what we found, I had expected that we might discover a few. But by lifting some of the stones a few inches under the […]

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Fresh Fish Before Refrigeration

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I won’t specify the words I uttered when the lights went black and the refrigerator fell silent that night. One of the noreasters that hit our state a few weeks ago had shut off the power.  My life, like that of most Americans today, is miserable when the power goes out. Everything is stunted, from […]

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