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Moule Marinieres Recipe

This classic recipe originated from the Vendee region in France and is one of those that anyone that is keen on seafood should know. being for yourself or for friends and family that versatile dish never failed to impress with its simplicity and fabulous flavour from sea. 533 more words

French Food

Like An Injured Fan

Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Herbst (1743 – 1807)
Versuch einer Naturgeschichte der Krabben und Krebse

The Fish

through black jade.
       Of the crow-blue mussel-shells, one keeps
       adjusting the ash-heaps;
              opening and shutting itself like

injured fan. 137 more words
Natural History

Happy Aloha Friday!

A “detour” kinda day. Ended up at one of our favorite cheap eats.

Notice the grease smears? Surely a sign of good eats ahead. Hee hee! 75 more words


Edward D. Goldberg's proposal of “the Mussel Watch”: Reflections after 40 years

We chronicle the extensive influence over the past forty years of Professor Edward D. Goldberg and his call in 1975 for a “Mussel Watch” or bivalve sentinel organism approach to assess geographic status and temporal trends of several chemicals of environmental concern in the coastal ocean. 70 more words


Foody Lagoon

Copyright Debbie Smyth, 4 September 2016

Part of  My Sunday Photo 15 more words


Be seafood my friend (Jacobo)

Valencia, Spain.

The bar’s name is “La Clotxineta”, “The mussel” in Valencian. So of course, when you go to the toilet you can choose between mussels… or barnacles! 10 more words