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Did you know that Carla Hall wants to have breakfast with you? We still have tickets for this and other events at Cooking for Solutions, May 17-19!
Entered our contest yet? This could be you May 17!
Entered yet? In our “Gala Giveaway” sweeps, you could win two tickets to the Cooking for Solutions culinary celebration May 17! Weekly prizes, too…
Great news! The latest round of Seafood Watch updates includes more new and revised recommendations than ever before—everything from wild-caught clams, to oysters, Atlantic flatfish and farmed tilapia. We’re most excited about the “upgrading” of several species from “Avoid” to “Good Alternative,” which indicates positive changes for fisheries management.
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Can you find her? One of the Chinook salmon in the Monterey Bay Habitats exhibit is undergoing the typical changes that precede spawning. These fish live to about about four years old and display these changes, such as the traditional hooked jaw, at the end of their lifespan.
Did you know that wild-caught sardines from the U.S. are a Seafood Watch “Best Choice?” Try them grilled with salsa verde, from Chris Cosentino, executive chef of Incanto, San Francisco, and co-founder of Boccalone, San Francisco, and Pigg, Los Angeles. Get the recipe.
Have you updated your Seafood Watch app for iPhone or Android? Search is now much more intuitive. Get or update the app, and let us know what you think!
Need an ocean-friendly recipe? Rich-tasting sardines are best grilled or sautéed whole, and those from the U.S. are a Seafood Watch “Best Choice.”
Try Sautéed Sardines with Fennel, Olive and Mint Salad, from Kristine Kidd. Monterey Bay Aquarium Food Editor; or Grilled Sardines with Salsa Verde, from Chris Cosentino, Executive chef of Incanto, San Francisco, and Co-founder of Boccalone, San Francisco and Pigg, Los Angeles.