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How to Fry Smelt

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Related to the much larger salmon, smelt are small silver fish about 6-10 inches long (about the size of a herring) and are found on the Pacific and Atlantic coast. The smelt dwells in bays and estuaries along the Atlantic coast then migrates to freshwater to spawn. The smelt run was cause for the establishment […]

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Heart-Healthy Sides To Go With Your Heart-Healthy Fish

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There are a few sides that will electrify your favorite seafood entrees, while serving a healthy punch to disease. Choose sides that are high in antioxidants, nutrients, and minerals, and cook them in a way that retains all the good stuff. Here are a few suggestions: Grilled Asparagus 1 cup of asparagus has 288 milligrams […]

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Atlantic Seafood Voted Freshest Seafood 3rd Year in a Row

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On October 29th Shore Line Times published their Annual Readers’ Poll, with the following article: IN OLD SAYBROOK, on Boston Post Road on the corner of School House Road and Old Post Road, just south of Interstate 95, there sits a small fish market called Atlantic Seafood. Our readers have voted this the best place […]

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Eat, Drink, & Meet Jerry

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The holidays are right around the corner, and we’re overflowing with resources and solutions to make them simple and scrumptious. Come join us at our Holiday Open House on Saturday, November 13th from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Click Here to Listen to Our Radio Ad Free Samples Chef Jerry will be there flinging loads […]

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The Awesome Versatility of White Fish

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A couple days ago we talked about sauces and glazes and when and where they should be used. To review, fatty fishes like salmon and halibut generally go better with glazes. A rich, creamy sauce with either of these fishes may render the dish a tad too rich, especially for the health-conscious. But there are […]

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