Mar 25, 2015
Celebrate National Nutrition Month with Family Fish Nights!
It’s National Nutrition Month! Why not celebrate by doing something that can improve the health of your entire family - eating more fish! If you are like many families, you probably eat fish less than once per week. That means you are missing out on a great source of lean protein and heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
Mar 5, 2015
Set Sail for Something Different for Dinner Tonight!
It’s the dreaded question, “What’s for dinner tonight?” Instead of reaching for another steak, pork chop, or that old standby, chicken nuggets for the kids, set sail for something different:
a bounty of delicious options from under the sea.
Feb 24, 2015
Fishing For Something New to Eat During Lent?
In addition to being American Heart Month, February also marks the start of Lent. If refraining from meat on Fridays leads to you wondering what to make for dinner, (or reaching for the phone to call for pizza yet again), it may be time to dive into some dinner options you may not have considered.
Nov 25, 2014
Party in a Pinch
The holidays are upon us, and at any moment, friends and family may want to stop by unexpectedly to celebrate. If the thought of a last minute gathering has you panicking, don’t despair! It’s easy to throw together a last minute holiday party with little to no effort - you just need to have the right essentials on hand!
Nov 5, 2014
Celebrate with Seafood to Slim Down Your Holiday!
The holidays are here again, and with them comes the inevitable weight gain. But that doesn’t have to be the case again this year. You can slim down your holiday celebrations without sacrificing taste by celebrating with seafood! One large source of excess calories during the holiday season is the consumption of high fat protein options.
Nov 4, 2014
Matlaw's Haunted Appetizer
“Monster Eye Balls”
Matlaw’s Stuffed Clams – New England Style/Traditional flavor
Black and green olives
Xanthun gum for thickening agent for hot sauce
Squeeze bottle for hot sauce
Squeeze bottle for ketchup
Oct 23, 2014
Health Benefits of Omega-3
You have almost certainly heard of omega-3 fatty acids. Perhaps you’ve heard them mentioned on the news, by your healthcare provider, or even a friend. But do you know why everyone is talking about these fatty acids? Omega-3s have been found to have some amazing health benefits. They’ve been show to have a positive impact on everything from heart health to your body weight and even your brain.
Sep 8, 2014
Brain-Boosting Back to School Foods
It’s that time of year again. As children and teens everywhere worry about which outfit to choose for the first day of school, parents have another thing on their minds. How can you help to keep your child’s energy level up and boost brainpower throughout the long school day?
Jun 24, 2014
Fish is Not Off Limits During Pregnancy
Eating fish during pregnancy is not off limits. In fact, avoiding fish during this critical time of growth and development may lead to a lack of essential nutrients that can impact growth and development of your baby. For years the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has provided recommendations on the amount of fish pregnant women needed to limit themselves to per week.
Mar 20, 2014
How Lent Inspired Exploration of the World’s Oceans
We all learned in history class how seafaring explorers pushed themselves past their fear of the unknown, over the horizon and into uncharted waters. Most were in search of territories to claim on behalf of their sovereigns, or out to conquer their enemies, or they had run out of enemies altogether and needed to find some new ones.
Mar 13, 2014
Getting Your Little Ones to Bite on Fish
A few tips to cut through the “I don’t like it. What is it?”
Mar 13, 2014
A brief, yet delicious journey through Latin America’s favorite seafood dishes
Authentic Latin American cuisine has made its way north across the border in recent years and many of the trendiest dishes feature seafood. No wonder given all the deliciously fascinating flavors and methods of preparation; many originally brought to the New World by European flotillas of explorers and settlers.