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Seafood Ravioli

Author: Kumar Mahadevan Source: https://tenplay.com.au/channel-ten/masterchef/recipes/seafood-ravioli Seafood Ravioli Pasta:300 g ‘00’ flour3 free range eggs2 tablespoons olive oilFilling:100 g butter½ onion (diced)½ leek (sliced)12 green prawns (peeled and deveined, flesh diced and shells and heads reserved)Prawn oil sauce:Reserved prawn shells3 tablespoons olive oil150 ml pure creamSalmon caviar (to garnish)Chervil leaves and nasturtium flowers (to garnish) For pasta, sieve flour on to a chopping board in a mound, add a pinch of salt, make a well in the centre and break in eggs. Add oil, bring mixture together with fingers and knead for 5 minutes or until smooth. Wrap in cling [...]

2018-01-09T22:52:41+00:00November 19th, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Seafood sellers salivating over 11-11, China’s equivalent of Black Friday

Author: Gao Fu Mao This week, quarantine authorities in Arctic-cold Harbin city detained packages in luggage at the local airport containing swiftlets’s nest (made from the bird’s saliva, these nests are a delicacy in China), flown all the way from tropical Indonesia for a trader who will sell them at exorbitant prices on 11 November. That’s all part of the frenzy that is 11-11, China’s Singles Day on 11 November, a day created by e-commerce company Alibaba to get Chinese singles to buy stuff online to curb their loneliness or gift a prospective mate. China’s postal bureau, which also operates [...]

2018-01-09T22:56:11+00:00November 12th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Herb and citrus crusted halibut recipe, roasted and dressed beet, turnip à la grecque

Author: Matt Wright Source: http://mattikaarts.com/blog/herb-and-citrus-crusted-halibut-roasted-and-dressed-beet-turnip-a-la-grecque/ Herb and citrus crusted halibut recipe, roasted and dressed beet, turnip à la grecque 3/4 lb fresh halibut fillet (cut into two portions)2 handfuls of panko breadcrumbs1 small handful of fresh basil – finely chopped1 small handful of fresh flat leaf parsley – finely chopped1 small handful of fresh mint – finely choppedsalt (freshly ground black pepper)1 tablespoon lemon zestolive oil8 small beets3 small turnipsadditional parsley for dressingfor the court bouillon:a few sprigs of flat leaf parsleya few thyme sprigs12 black peppercorns1 bay leaf2 teaspoons fennel seeds2 teaspoons celery seeds2 teaspoons coriander seeds1 cup [...]

2018-01-09T22:57:38+00:00November 12th, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Warm air helped keep 2017 Antarctic ozone hole smallest in 29 years

Author: Theo Stein, NOAA Communications November 2, 2017 - Warmth in the Antarctic stratosphere helped limit the size of the ozone hole in 2017 to the smallest observed since 1988, NOAA and NASA scientists say. Measurements from NASA satellites showed the hole in the Earth’s ozone layer that forms over Antarctica each September grew to only 7.6 million square miles in extent (coverage) before starting to recover this year. The average peak area observed since 1991 has been roughly 10 million square miles. The ozone hole reached its peak extent on Sept. 11, covering an area about two and a half [...]

2018-01-10T03:01:10+00:00November 5th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Sweet-Sour Chilli Dungeness Crab

Author: House of Annie Source: http://www.houseofannie.com/sweet-sour-chilli-dungeness-crab/ Sweet-Sour Chilli Dungeness Crab 2 Dungeness crabs (about 3-4 lbs total)1/2 cup tomato ketchup1/2 sweet chili sauce (Sriracha will work too but if you’re using that, use less, maybe 1/4 cup, and add a bit more sugar)1 Tbsp sugar1 Tbsp cornstarch1 1/2 cups water2 Tbsp vegetable oil4 cloves garlic (chopped fine)1-1/2 inch ginger (chopped fine)2 shallots (sliced thinly)1 large tomato (cut into 8 wedges)2-3 Thai bird’s eye chillies (cut in half each (optional))2 eggs (beaten)2 stalks green onion (chopped fine (for garnish)) Prepare the crabs: Partly steam the crabs. Remove the shell. Save [...]

2018-01-09T22:59:56+00:00November 5th, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Squid ink seafood paella

Author: Marvellina Source: https://whattocooktoday.com/squid-ink-seafood-paella.html Squid ink seafood paella One 8-oz. bottle of clam juice2 Tbsp. squid ink1/4 cup cooking oil1/2 tsp. sweet smoked paprikaPinch of salt1 lb. of mussels (rinsed well)1 3/4 cups of Spanish rice or short-grain rice1 Tbsp. cooking oil to sear the scallops12 large scallops (patted dry)1 large lemonSofrito:1 small onion (peeled)1 large ripe tomato8 cloves of garlic (peeled)1 large red bell pepper1 small bunch of cilantro leavesGarnishes (optional):Fresh cilantro leavesTomato (seeded and diced) Place the clam juice and squid ink in a small sauce pan. Bring to a gentle boil and then lower the heat [...]

2018-01-09T23:03:56+00:00October 29th, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Hurricane damage to fisheries in Antigua and Barbuda extensive, new report finds

Author: Jewel Fraser A preliminary report by Antigua and Barbuda's Fisheries Division has calculated the cost of repairing and replacing fishing equipment and facilities damaged by recent hurricanes, in particular Hurricane Irma, at more than USD 300,000 (EUR 255,000). Hurricane Irma hit the island of Barbuda as a Category 5 hurricane between September 5 and 6, causing massive damage. The report, which was prepared by Senior Fisheries Officer Ian Horsford and made available to SeafoodSource, shows that “the total damage done by Hurricane Irma to the fisheries sector of Antigua and Barbuda was valued at XCD 853,541 (USD 316,000, EUR [...]

2018-01-09T23:05:23+00:00October 29th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Seafood Ramen With Squid Ink, Mussels, and Salmon Roe Recipe

Author: Daniel Gritzer, Culinary Director Source: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/10/halloween-ramen-seafood-soup-recipe.html Seafood Ramen With Squid Ink, Mussels, and Salmon Roe Recipe 4 1/2 quarts homemade chicken stock or store bought low-sodium broth4 packets unflavored gelatin2 teaspoons squid ink6 tablespoons vegetable (canola, or other neutral oil)1/2 pound squid bodies (split open lengthwise and sliced lengthwise into thin strips)Kosher salt1 pound cremini mushrooms (stems removed, caps thinly sliced)2 pounds mussels (washed and beards removed)2 tablespoons miso4 tablespoons baking soda4 quarts boiling water1 pound about 500 grams dried squid ink spaghetti2 ounces salmon roeMicro-greens (arugula, or other tender leafy green)Sheets of nori (for serving)1 recipe for [...]

2018-01-09T23:07:20+00:00October 22nd, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Barcode-driven product tracking leads the way in enabling seafood traceability

Author: Aaron Orlowski Beep. Beep. That ubiquitous sound, heard six billion times a day at the checkout counters in grocery stores and shops around the world, could be integral to the next phase of seafood traceability. Barcodes – and their cousin, the QR code – may seem like simple things, but the data they hold could be the difference between knowing the origin of a fish or not. For fishermen, seafood processors and others in the industry, better traceability and more efficient product tracking can reduce logistics costs while building customer loyalty. For environmentalists and regulators, traceability offers another tool [...]

2018-01-09T23:09:23+00:00October 22nd, 2017|News|0 Comments

Vaquita Advocates Welcome Trader Joe’s Decision to Stop Buying Mexican Shrimp

Author: Kimiko Martinez, NRDC MONROVIA, CA —Conservation organizations announced today that Trader Joe’s has declared it will stop buying shrimp from Mexico. The popular grocery store chain’s decision follows pressure from organizations behind the Boycott Mexican Shrimp campaign, launched earlier this year in an effort to save the vaquita, the world’s smallest porpoise, from decades of decline due to entanglement in shrimp fishing gear. Trader Joe’s declaration comes as Mexican authorities prepare this week to capture some of the fewer than 30 remaining vaquita in the Upper Gulf of California before all are lost to entanglement. The boycott—supported by over 45 organizations including the Animal Welfare Institute, [...]

2018-01-10T03:03:21+00:00October 15th, 2017|News|0 Comments