Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Human activities can lead to large increases jellyfish populations which often have detrimental impacts on marine ecosystems. But human activities may also be the key to managing these destructive blooms. For instance, we can add jellyfish to our menus.
Recipe by Chef Daniel Bustamante at SAVOR
Check out this tasty jelly salad recipe by Chef Daniel Bustamante from SAVOR...
Sunday, April 19, 2015
Americans eat more shrimp than any other seafood. Most of this shrimp is farmed overseas and imported to us. This year, go local for National Shrimp Day! Here is are four species of shrimp responsibly harvested in California.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
February 25 is National Clam Chowder Day! Clams are on SFF's Gold List and are a responsible seafood choice. So celebrate the day with your favorite chowder!
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
The Aquarium of the Pacific’s Seafood for the Future program invites you to capture your valentine’s heart - with seafood! Here are some reasons seafood should be part of your Valentine’s Day this year.
Monday, September 22, 2014
Seafood for the Future teams up with partners Catalina Offshore Products, Trace & Trust, and SAVOR… to showcase responsible seafood and the flavors of Baja.
Experience the flavors of Baja with the tasty dish that Chef Daniel Bustamente prepared for the Aquarium's Baja Splash Festival.
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Need some ideas for delectable dishes?
Most of us think of the traditional turkey with stuffing and gravy when we think of holiday meals. But the first Thanksgiving feast actually featured a lot of seafood! Historians believe mussels, bass, lobster, and clams were among the protein offerings at the first feast between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe in 1621.
Monday, July 01, 2013
Find out why it matters where your seafood comes from.
We often don’t know where the food on our plate comes from. When it comes to seafood, this might be particularly true.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Get to know the Pacific rockfish
You might not have heard much about rockfish, but you might have eaten it more often than you think.