seafood savvy

Chapter News

This year the Sanibel-Captiva chapter of START will continue its work to improve local water quality through partnerships with regional authorities to minimize the impacts of runoff and nitrification.  The chapter also has plans to institute a new wastewater awareness and management program, and to resume Seafood Savvy, the program that was founded in 2009 […]

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Seafood Savvy

Scallops with Tomatoes, Corn and Paprika on Quick Polenta This sustainable seafood recipe is from our partner, Monterrey Bay Aquarium. Wild-caught sea scallops from the U.S. Atlantic are on the Seafood Watch yellow, “Good Alternatives” list. The majority of farmed scallops worldwide are a “Best Choices” because the way they’re raised presents few threats to […]

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Seafood Savvy Recipe

Shrimp Saute with Green Beans, Olives and Marjoram This sustainable seafood recipe from our partner, Monterrey Bay Aquarium, is a seafood “Good Alternative.” Ingredients Serves four •    1 pound green beans, trimmed •    3 tablespoons olive oil •    1 large red onion, halved and then sliced •    2 tablespoons tomato paste •    1/2 cup dry […]

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Seafood Savvy

Spaghetti with Manila Clams, Asparagus and Lemon This sustainable seafood recipe from our partner, Monterrey Bay Aquarium, is a seafood “Best Choice.” Ingredients (Serves 4) 14-16 ounces spaghetti, preferably multigrain 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 large shallots, thinly sliced 1 pound asparagus, trimmed, cut into 2-inch lengths Coarse kosher salt and freshly ground pepper 1/2 […]

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Seafood Savvy

  Mahi Mahi Skewers with Tomatoes and Orzo This sustainable seafood recipe from our partner, Monterey Bay Aquarium, features mahi mahi. Mahi Mahi is a Seafood Watch “Best Choice.”    Ingredients    (Serves Four)    Mahi mahi   1 1/2 pounds skinless mahi mahi fillets, cut into 1-inch cubes   1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil […]

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Seafood Savvy

Ginger-Scented Tilapia with Sugar Snaps This sustainable seafood recipe from our partner, Monterey Bay Aquarium features tilapia. U.S.-farmed tilapia is a Seafood Watch “Best Choice.” Ingredients •(Serves 4) •1/4 cup reduced-sodium soy sauce •1 1/2 tablespoons Asian sesame oil •1 tablespoon red wine vinegar •1 1/4 pound tilapia fillets, cut into 2×1-inch pieces •Coarse kosher […]

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Seafood Savvy

The Bonita Springs / Fort Myers Beach Chapter arranged a well attended Seafood Savvy Symposium with Barton Seaver, the renowned author of “Cod and Country,”at Edison College on Sunday morning, October 14th. Barton has traveled all over the world with the National Geographic Foundation in search of ways we can all live a more sustainable […]

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