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"Oysters are the canaries in the coal mine," a fourth-generation oysterman once told me as we slogged across the mud flats of Willapa Bay

At a time when sea stocks are widely under threat, savvy chefs are turning their attention to the gourmet potential offered by freshwater fish.

Nestled in its elegant, fan-shaped shell, the lustrous and translucent scallop is one of the ocean's greatest beauties. When removed from its protective housing

Every time I buy cod I am reminded of my stint as a young political television researcher. During the UK-Icelandic "Cod Wars," I was

Whether you have vowed to eat more healthfully or are just contemplating the addition of seafood to your diet this year, eventually you may

Back in the 1950s, it wasn't unusual for fishermen plying the waters off Istanbul to land tuna weighing hundreds of pounds, or to have