FOOD HOLIDAY: The History Of National Oysters Rockefeller Day

[1] The original Oysters Rockefeller from Antoine’s Restaurant in New Orleans (photo © Antoine’s). [2] Chefs who adapted the secret recipe often use spinach and diced bacon. Here’s the preparation at Monahan’s Seafood Market in Ann Arbor, Michigan (photo © Monahan’s Seafood Market). [3] Some “builds” include Mornay sauce, a classic French cheese sauce made…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Seacuterie Instead Of Charcuterie

https://www.pallasfoods.com/what-is-seacuterie-and-why-is-it-having-a-moment-this-summer/
https://www.finedininglovers.com/article/seacuterie-when-salami-rhymes-sea-lami
https://www.organicfacts.net/seacuterie-seafood-charcuterie.html

https://www.getflavor.com/seacuterie-rising/
https://tasty.co/recipe/how-to-make-a-fresh-seacuterie-board

TIP OF THE DAY: A New Look At Sardines For National Seafood Month

First, don’t turn away. You’ll find out why you should take a new look at sardines: very nutritious, very inexpensive, and in the right hands, very delicious! We all know that seafood is part of a healthy diet. For National Seafood Month, October, think of how you can add more seafood to your diet. If…
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