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Read all the latest news from Fish is the Dish here. From events to kitchen ideas, and industry news to celebrations - you can find out more here.

Women In Seafood

International Women's Day: Insight from a female seafood hero

Wed 6th March 2019

Read what CJ Jackson 'the female face of seafood' has to say about the Seafood industry on International Women's Day.


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Fish and Chips - Fab Facts about the Nation's Favourite Dish!

Fri 22nd February 2019

While we always love to try new seafood dishes to tickle our taste buds, when the UK is asked what their favourite dish is, there’s always one beloved classic that tops the list. Fish and chips are a national institution, and all over the country there are fish and chip traditions as old as the pairing itself.  


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Seagan Recipes

Why the seagan diet is the best of both worlds

Mon 21st January 2019

CJ Jackson tells us why she thinks that enjoying a seagan diet is the best of both worlds.


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Mackerel Pate

Mackerel - our seafood of the month

Tue 1st January 2019

Mackerel is our seafood of the month and what a fish it is! This fantastic fish is high in:

  • Protein which contributes to the maintenance of normal bones and muscle mass
  • Vitamin D helps the maintenance of normal teeth and also the normal function of the immune system
  • Vitamin B12 contributes to reduction of tiredness and fatigue

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Fish for Meat Lovers

Thu 13th December 2018

When I first started writing recipes, I looked at much-loved meat dishes and converted them into fish and shellfish based dishes. In countless cases this worked so well.  Dishes including goulash, beef ragout and shepherd’s pie all work well with ‘many’ types of seafood. 


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Monkfish - seafood of the month

Sat 1st December 2018

Monkfish may not be the prettiest fish but it doesn’t half pack a punch taste wise! It’s got such a firm and meaty texture and it tastes similar to langoustine!


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