Tag Archive: Seafood

So What’s Good with Local Seafood?

Actually, if you like seafood – it’s all good! However, not everyone does and sometimes when this question is asked they are interested in not how it taste but where the seafood came from.

In recent years, there has been a move across the country to learn more about where their food comes from. Whether …

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Permanent link to this article: http://escambia.ifas.ufl.edu/marine/2017/08/18/so-whats-good-with-local-seafood/

Peak Season For Local Seafood – August

Each month Sea Grant provides a list of local seafood species that are currently in peak season.  Some species are regulated differently in different states so even though it may be listed as being in peak season – the reader should check with local state agencies to determine if there are any current regulations that …

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Permanent link to this article: http://escambia.ifas.ufl.edu/marine/2016/08/12/peak-season-for-local-seafood-august/

Enjoying Local Seafood; What’s in Peak Season for April?

 

Continuing our monthly series of “what’s in season for this month?” we take a look at April.

 

Several species that were in season for March are still in season now – those include:

Clams, Oysters, Pompano, Pink Shrimp, Snapper, Blue Crab, and Spanish Mackerel.  Spanish Mackerel are listed as “in peak season” for …

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Permanent link to this article: http://escambia.ifas.ufl.edu/marine/2016/04/16/enjoying-local-seafood-whats-in-peak-season-for-april/

Enjoying Local Seafood; What’s in Peak Season for March?

Continuing our monthly series of “what’s in season for this month?” we take a look at March.

 

Several species that were in season for February are still in season now – those include:

Clams, Oysters, Pompano, Pink Shrimp, Snapper, and Spanish Mackerel.  You can read about these by visiting by scrolling down the website …

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Permanent link to this article: http://escambia.ifas.ufl.edu/marine/2016/03/19/enjoying-local-seafood-whats-in-peak-season-for-march/