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Winter Polar Halibut

The holidays are right around the corner. SeafoodS.com is excited to feature a Wintertime Halibut from the polar circle. Our Day Boat fleet of nine Norwegian “Sjark Boats” fishes short trips in the Barent Sea. 981 more words

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Ring in 2017 with New Year's Eve Dinner at Cypress Tavern

Celebrate the New Year with a long finish, velvety texture and the finesse of exotic fruits at Cypress Tavern.  Enjoy this taste of luxury in a half bottle per couple of Jeeper Champagne, Grand Assemblage (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) when you choose the restaurant’s 3-course prix fixe New Year’s Eve menu.   98 more words

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How to Eat the Florida Stone Crab

How to Eat the Florida Stone Crab

By Kelly Dean

In Florida, Stone Crabs are harvested for generally one claw alone, and then released, so it is highly likely your meal is still swimming around with another big claw to live on – and defend itself against predators. 600 more words

Florida

Sarasota's Stone Crab Season: October through May

Sarasota native Robin Draper is a columnist and owner of the award-winning “Blog of the Year” and “Best Travel Blog” and website, AuthenticFlorida.com, that features travel and lifestyle topics. 779 more words

Sarasota

Food Tour of Key West

This Florida Keys Foodie had the BEST time these past few days. Thanks to the planning of two great friends, we made it to the keys for a long October weekend. 993 more words

Bradenton/Sarasota/St. Petersburg, FL

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While visiting the central Gulf coast of Florida we parked at Horseshoe Cove RV Resort in Bradenton.  Bradenton is located between Sarasota to the south and St. 190 more words

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Stone Crab Season Starts October 15th and Truluck’s is the Place to Celebrate in Texas

by Steven Doyle

One of the most delicious taste treats you might enjoy is the sweet and divinely satisfying stone crab, which is no doubt food of the gods. 693 more words

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