National Seafood Month is here and so is our Celebrate with #Seafood2xWk sweepstakes!
Seafood is an ingredient category that adapts to the changing personality of foods throughout the year. And shallow poaching is a method well suited to accommodate that wide range of flavors.
October is National Seafood Month and we are celebrating all month long here at Seafood Nutrition Partnership!
Including a Griddled Scallops with Mint and Lemon recipe by Chef Barton Seaver!
This September marks the fourth annual National Family Meals Month™ which the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) Foundation launched to encourage Americans to strive for just one more family meal per week at home.
Halibut, salmon, and tuna - oh my! Check out what seafood is in season this September.
Back-to-school season is a great time to start new habits, like eating seafood twice a week!
Registered Dietitian and blogger Jenny Shea Rawn, of My Cape Cod Kitchen, knows a thing or two about encouraging kids to eat more seafood. She has two small, seafood-loving kids, so we asked her to offer up some tips.
Golden brown fillets drizzled with a bright, seasonal sauce are an approachable and attractive way for home cooks to get a fish dinner loaded with heart-healthy fats on the table quickly.
With (at least) 56 ways to eat more seafood, Cooking Light's August issue is a treasure trove for all fellow seafoodies.