Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Tuesday Seafood News Roundup


New York Times
As Oil Threat Creeps Closer, a Rush on Seafood
New York Times
By KIM SEVERSON NEW ORLEANS — Margie Scheuermann, who has lived here for 78 years, went over her list as she waited in line Tuesday to buy local seafood at ...
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Oil-Soaked Crab Threatens Seafood Prices at Top-Ranked Eateries
BusinessWeek
By Matthew Boyle and Aaron Kuriloff May 5 (Bloomberg) -- Seafood restaurants like Houston's top-ranked Reef are bracing for price increases to cope with the ...
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New York Daily News
Seafood in restaurants safe after Gulf Coast oil spill - but long-term effects ...
New York Daily News
BY Rosemary Black The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may drive up seafood prices in the short term, and could have long-term repercussions for wildlife ...
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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2010 ...
MarketWatch (press release)
In 2010, the Company plans to open two McCormick & Schmick seafood restaurants, the first in West Palm Beach, Florida, which opened in February, ...
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La. seafood industry delegation in Washington
BusinessWeek
A delegation from Louisiana's seafood industry is in Washington to meet with Gulf Coast members of Congress and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric ...
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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants Launches "Perfect Catch" Contest
MarketWatch (press release)
If a seated dinner with steak on the menu and an open bar is planned for the wedding reception then an informal seafood buffet with wine, beer and soft ...
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US works to assure public Gulf seafood is safe
The Associated Press
Commerce Secretary Gary Locke says his agency is working to assure the public that seafood from the Gulf of Mexico is safe. Locke also says that applies to ...
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KTLA
Alligator Attacks Handler at Seafood Festival
KTLA
NEW PORT RICHEY, FL -- An 8-foot-long alligator attacked its handle in front of a horrified crowd at a seafood festival Sunday. 45-year-old Jeff Quattrocchi ...
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Abruptly unemployed fishermen struggling to get by
The Associated Press
Dock owners who buy the seafood are struggling, too. Darlene Kimball, who owns Kimball's Seafood in Port Christian, Miss., got only half the shrimp she ...
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New York Times
Small-Plate Seafood Spot Gets Off to a Fast Start
New York Times
He returned to Long Island two years ago and was the chef at the Seafood Barge in Southold until it closed in November. Then, when another restaurant, ...
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