Elbert Guthrie, second from right, helps his crew haul in mullet at Cedar Point Beach in 1952. Photo courtesy: David Guthrie
Article by Frank Tursi
North Carolina's official fish[ READ MORE ]
By Sandy Semans Ross for The Outer Banks Voices
The commercial fishing village of Stumpy Point begins coming alive about 4:30 each morning when captains and crew members head from[ READ MORE ]
Chefs are meeting the demands of local fishermen, creating a sustainable trend of fresh seafood menus, plus oysters.
From Indy Week, 11/29/2017, by Emma Laperruque
I was having déjà[ READ MORE ]
"The warm briny oysters are the perfect foil for the earthy sweetness of the chestnuts. Throw in the country ham, and you’ve got a complex balance of salt and sweet[ READ MORE ]
In the winter of 2016-17, Cape Hatteras Secondary School in Dare County piloted the state's first sea-to-school program with the spiny dogfish, a species marketed more recently under the name[ READ MORE ]
By Greg Cox, News & Observer
I knew it was a gamble, showing up at St. Roch Fine Oysters + Bar on a Saturday night without a reservation.