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Thu 2nd August 2018
Everyone has a favourite chippy, and we’re on our way to finding the best in the UK. Whether it’s by the seaside soaking in the summer sunshine or rugged up in a chippy on a cold, wet day, fish and chips is a national pastime.
Wed 18th July 2018
We asked our resident nutritionist Juliette Kellow about some recent research on omega 3 fats, mostly from supplements, that highlights it might not be as beneficial to heart health as previously thought. She tells us what this means for those of us who eat seafood for the health benefits.
Tue 17th July 2018
I am often asked whether I prefer crab or lobster… and my answer is ‘it depends who is paying’!... but actually I would generally go for a dressed brown crab – if it is bang on season.
There are many types of crab available around the globe and in the UK there is a selection that we could make use of.
Mon 9th July 2018
Red mullet, grey mullet, red mullet, grey mullet – not the easiest of words to say quickly but an easy seafood to cook!
Wed 4th July 2018
Q & A session with seafood industry expert and renowned seafood chef CJ Jackson.
Tue 19th June 2018
Written by renowned seafood chef, Sunday Brunch regular and Seafish Ambassador CJ Jackson.
As a working mum, I want to get a quick supper on the table but want to make sure I have provided some of the ‘5 a day’ and of course at least 2 portions of seafood a week.
My teenage son loves ‘his’ type of comfort food and his usual request is ‘tuna rice or pasta’ with lots of chopped tomato forked through... what can be easier? What he doesn’t know is that I have substituted his tuna for canned mackerel recently as I’m keen for him to get the best Omega 3 levels for his concentration levels - which tuna is lacking... and he has loved it!