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A passion and obsession with Seafood...

Fri 2nd November 2018

An appreciation of enjoying food and avoiding waste was instilled in us as children, growing up in the 1960-70's era and educated by parents who had lived during WW2. We were not exposed to the global ingredients that are so readily available now - but lived by the seasons. The most exotic ingredient in my childhood was avocado - that cost 21p in 1968!

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Fish Fillet 5 Ways

Thu 25th October 2018

CJ Jackson - expert seafood chef, CEO of Billingsgate Seafood School and TV regular gives us the run down on how to get the most out of a fish. 

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A taste of Hastings

Thu 4th October 2018

I have long dreamt of living by the sea and my monthly trips down to see the fishing fleet in Hastings is always a treat! A visit always feels like a day’s holiday! 

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6 myths about fish

Mon 1st October 2018

Fish is good for your health – so why don’t we eat more of it? Senior Dietitian Victoria Taylor, British Heart Foundation busts some of the myths that put us off eating fish.

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5 fresh ideas for getting seafood into your diet

Mon 24th September 2018

Learn about the new recommendations for eating oily fish, plus five healthy tips for eating it.

Fish forms a valuable part of a healthy, balanced diet. We should all aim to eat at least two portions per week, including one portion of oily fish. This is regardless of whether you’ve had a heart attack as the guidelines from NICE (National Institute for Care and Excellence) changed in 2013.

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Seafood of the month - sardines

Wed 5th September 2018

Sardines are our seafood of the month! Such an easy fish to cook, bake, deep fry, grill, microwave, poach, shallow fry, steam or stir fry or you could even just take them straight out of the tin and have them on toast or crackers!

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