Having just been engaged by the Shellfish Association of Great Britain, to head up a two year project to impress upon the UK consumer the need to significantly up their consumption of the sustainable crustacea and molluscs that are harvested from our waters, you can probably imagine that right now, I’ve transcended to a new… Read More “Alive, alive oh…..”
Summer is well and truly upon us now and the native lobster season in full swing, with reports of good fishing around the coasts of the UK and with the numbers of juvenile fish in great abundance, which bodes incredibly well for future years. Down in Cornwall, the inshore potting fleet based in Newlyn, have… Read More Lobster love from Port Isaac.
Well, its official. According to my reliable and knowledgable sources on the East coast, the lobsters are now “on the crawl” to use local fisherman parlance. It’s been a relatively slow start this year though; lower than normal water temperatures persisting into the Spring have meant more protracted landings of both crab and lobster here,… Read More Spice-up your June!
Since I’ve been writing, I’ve come across a few like-minded souls who, to use the old phrase are “coming off the same page” as me. Promoting seafood is one thing and the industry surrounding it is massive, but trying to forge the link between the consumer and the guys who catch, is really something else… Read More Crab Stock and 2 Smoking Lobsters
With inshore fishermen from Cromer to Cadgwith now fully engaged in the 2017 summer lobster season, there’s literally no reason why, with increasing local availability, and thanks to the sterling conservation work done by the National Lobster Hatchery, UK consumers shouldn’t indulge themselves and sample the unique flavour of this sustainable, ubiquitous and iconic crustacean. Recipes… Read More Smokin’…..!