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8 Black-owned seafood markets to shop in North Carolina

Black culture has a widespread influence on North Carolina seafood cookery, from whole, bone-in fried spots and croakers to Gullah Geechee traditions that reach into the state’s far southeast

Johnmallette square Feb 08, 2024

The Fish Man: How a 14-year-old shrimper grew up to become a worldwide charter boat captain

By the time John Mallette started dropping a line off Ocean City Pier in the late ’70s, segregation had been illegal for 15 years. But a clear division

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Tyrone Hightower's wild ride into the seafood business

Tyrone Hightower is a go-to around Raleigh, N.C. for everything you want to know about buying and cooking N.C. seafood, but it was a wild ride to get

Koryreeves1 Feb 08, 2024

Kory Reeves: The man who carves the 1,000-pound tunas

When monster tunas, up to 1,000 pounds, start running off the Outer Banks, Kory Reeves and his team sharpen their knives.

A lot of knives.


Spk1 Jan 27, 2024

'Live with the love they left behind'

Sharon Peele Kennedy had a way of making anything seem possible. Even in the face of adversity, Sharon persevered with courage, grace and a contagious charisma and gift

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The tasty fish no one is talking about. What you need to know

One of North Carolina’s most important fish is one you’ve probably never seen. Once you’ve tasted it and learned its history, you’ll want to eat it again and again.


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