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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

If a glass of ouzo and a chewy chunk of octopus is what comes to mind at the cocktail hour, you need a boat

As a longtime pescetarian and proponent of healthy eating, I'm delighted when people mention adding seafood to their diet. My heart sinks, though, when

Perhaps no fish has a more fabled and forgotten place in American history than shad, a seasonal springtime fish that can be found up

Securing sustainable seafood is a convoluted prospect at best. That statement applies whether you are the individual harvesting groundfish from the ocean’s floor, farming

Whenever I think about fresh fish I always picture that old MAD magazine column "Silly Answers to Stupid Questions." The female customer asks at