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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Food Photo Essay: Finned, Scaled, Shelled at Bob's Seafood

Posted By on Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 9:30 AM

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Crystal Rolfe
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Overfished for several generations, the venerable, succulent Maine lobster fishery has made a strong comeback over the past decade plus -- which means lower prices and greater availability, even in the Midwest.

Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

Yellowfin tuna, also known as ahi or maguro, ranges widely in the world's oceans. Like the bigeye, it can be a good sustainable choice, provided it's caught via a fishery-friendly method.

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  • Crystal Rolfe

Pacific white king salmon, also known as ivory salmon, doesn't have its brethren's trademark hue, but it's delicious.

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