The Accidental Pescatarian

My supervisor says, “People are either born into the seafood industry or they fall into it by accident.” After 8 months in the industry, I can attest to this statement. I am surrounded by people from multi-generation seafood families and then those like myself who happened to be in the right place at the right…

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Thanksgiving For One

I spent Thanksgiving alone today. By alone, I mean I never left my apartment. I FaceTimed twice with my family but didn’t have a single in-person interaction with another human. I had mixed feelings going into this holiday. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. No, it’s my favorite day of the year. I mean what foodie…

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Cod Cheeks with Grits and Lemon-Caper Vinaigrette

I’ve been M.I.A. this summer, as I have been settling into my new role as the Customer Success Manager at Wulf’s Fish. On top of customer service and marketing duties, I have been developing some new seafood recipes to put on our website. This one that I worked on earlier this summer I saved for…

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Culinary Arts Program – Week Four

So, I am a week behind on my posts. I guess you could say I was active, occupied, and tired the past week. I am taking a break from the fast-pace life to catch up on my writing. I have had so many great experiences over the past couple weeks. I already wrote about our…

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Red’s Best – Boston, MA

On Monday, our Culinary Arts class spent our morning session at Red’s Best, a wholesale fish market located at the Boston Fish Pier. Monday was fish day, and our instructor for the day (Chef Jeremy Sewall) thought it would be a good idea for us to meet at the fish pier and tour Red’s Best.…

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