Fresh, local seafood ideas from North CarolinaMariner's Menu
North Carolina Fisheries (Printer-friendly version) Shrimp is the nation’s most popular seafood and the second most economically important fishery in North Carolina. The state’s commercial shrimp …
Our Coast's Food: Keeping It Local | Coastal Review Online
Chef Kyle Lee McKnight helped launch a local foods movement in Wilmington and although he's no longer working on the N.C. coast, the flavors, traditions and friends from this region still guide h
Reducing Bycatch in Shrimp Trawlers: Could Efforts in North Carolina Provide a Solution?
US - Last summer, modified trawl nets that were able to significantly reduce the amount of bycatch in shrimp nets drew much attention. Bonnie Waycott reports for TheFishSite on a range of bycatch redu
The North Carolina Seafood Festival, Toast to the Coast, North Carolina Shrimp Tour & More
October on the Crystal Coast offers the NC Seafood Festival, Toast to the Coast, and Shrimp Tours.
Shrimp Academy | American Shrimp Processors Association
How to tell if its American wild shrimp and the difference between the types of shrimps. Learn also how to read the package. This is Shrimp Academy.
OYSTER ROASTS & PEA CRABS
LUCKY ME! THERE'S A PEA CRAB IN MY OYSTER! A pea crab, a bit bigger than a green pea and coral in color, sat right on top of the steamed oyster on its half shell. It was a little lagniappe, and I was thrilled. The chef at Old Salt Oyster Bar in Columbia, NC. knew what he was doing when he returned this tasty morsel to its cooked partner. Pea crabs are considered a real coastal delicacy, bringing good luck and fortunes when eaten raw. Only the females infiltrate oysters, as its host oyster…