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We’re excited to be a part of Transfer Co. Olde East – Food Production Hall, Market, and Gathering Place. More to come…
RECENT CATCH INFO: Fish Landed @ Hampstead, NC Catch method: speared by Albie Solana >> MORE INFO Lionfish have become the poster child for invasive species issues in the western north Atlantic region. On par with zebra mussels, snakeheads, and … Continue reading
They refused to do the math, so we did it. Join us in Wilmington this Wed & Thurs #catchmath #denythepetition >> http://www.nccatch.org/blogs/44
CATCH INFO: Shellfish Cultivated near Sneads Ferry, NC Grower: Matthew & Kimberly Schwab – Hold Fast Oyster Co. Cultivation Method: bottom cages TASTING NOTES NOSE: Inviting and fresh with hints of salty seawater. BODY: Moderate brine that doesn’t overwhelm the … Continue reading
Great to see folks like Keith being featured…great guy, great seafood, and great steward of the resource!
CATCH INFO: Shellfish Cultivated in Pamlico River, NC Growers: Robbie Mercer & Ivan Ireland Cultivation Method: Floating Cages >> VIDEO: Raw Oyster Shucking Techniques
NC Shrimp Could Disappear from Your Plate from NC Catch on Vimeo. Recently, a petition was submitted by special interest groups to the North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission (NCMFC) …the governing body of NC’s marine resources…to implement new regulations that … Continue reading
Raleigh Farmers Market shop will be OPEN FRIDAY, JAN 6th 10am-4pm Raleigh Farmers Market shop will be CLOSED SATURDAY, Jan 7 & SUNDAY Jan 8 Western Wake Farmers Market will be CLOSED SATURDAY, Jan 7 Chapel Hill Farmers Market will … Continue reading
Piedmont welcomes Chef Justin Burdett of Local Provisions for a winter menu highlighting NC Seafood & the art of preservation As a longtime supporter of small, North Carolina growers, Piedmont has remained equally committed to being a good steward of … Continue reading
Fall is an excellent time for NC Seafood. We see many well known favorites along with lesser known species. It’s a great time to try something new like Dogfish, Mullet or King Mackerel!