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Notes from the Island Fishmonger

Notes from the Island Fishmonger

April 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

GATOR BITES ¬† ¬†There are only two places I don’t mind having an alligator encounter. The first place is on the golf course as they seem to mind their own business on the links. The other place is on my dinner plate. People say Gator meat tastes like chicken. My professional foodie description and comparison […]

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Notes from the Island Fishmonger

Notes from the Island Fishmonger

May 1, 2017 | Comments (0)

Soft Shell Crab 101 One of the sweetest, most tender and mouthwatering foods in the world is the white succulent meat from a Crab. Sometimes you have to work for it but a mouth full of butter dipped crab meat is one of life’s greatest pleasures. As of May 15th we Floridians say goodbye to our […]

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Notes from the Island Fishmonger

Notes from the Island Fishmonger

February 1, 2017 | Comments (0)

FRESH FROM FLORIDA: PRODUCE & FISH By Scott Dolan, Big Water Fish Market When we think of fresh foods indigenous to Florida, a few culinary products standout such as produce like oranges, grapefruits & strawberries and fish like Pompano and Grouper. Some of us are lucky enough to have fruit trees or the Intracoastal Waterway […]

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