Results tagged with 'seafood'
Published Oct. 30, 2014
Last week, planning to write a feature about crab cakes, I sought out Zach Espinosa, chef at Harbor House. We ended up having an in-depth discussion of what makes a great crab cake, the sourcing of crab meat and much more, including a discussion of trends in seafood. So, like a great chef does with an unexpected delivery of a new ingredient, I called an audible and am sharing the entire conversation with you here.
Published Oct. 17, 2014
Look around, and you're likely to find "sustainable" seafood just about everywhere. But, what are some of the issues with sustainable sourcing, and what can you do to help local restaurants to make positive changes to their menus?
Published Oct. 10, 2014
Alaskan salmon travels over 2,000 miles to get to the Milwaukee market. It's at least five days before a fish like salmon enters the marketplace, and that's even with modern air freight and overnight flights. When you consider that salmon has a shelf-life of about eight days, that doesn't bode well for freshness. But, companies like Sitka Salmon Shares are working to change that.
Published Sept. 29, 2014
Molly Cool's, 1110 N. Old World 3rd St., is closed. There is a sign on the door that reads, "We regret to inform everyone that Molly Cool's Seafood Tavern has officially closed its door. After years of attempting to keep the business afloat, it's just not possible."
Published April 18, 2014
Why don't you cook more fish at home? It's Good Friday, so let's talk fish. Milwaukee's relationship with fish and, of course the fish fry, is unique and wonderful. I'm guessing here, but I bet we consume more fish than the average American.
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With the recent departure of Rip Tide Seafood Bar & Grill from Milwaukee’s restaurant scene we officially have a limited number of seafood options to choose from. But there is one place that has been going strong and seems to be pleasing the masses…Molly Cool’s still sits r...
Not to long ago Kincaids on Old World Third Street gave in to the competitive Milwaukee Restaurant market and Molly Cools Seafood Tavern moved right in to try its hand at success in downtown Milwaukee.I had received a flier for a free drink before the restaurant opened so I intended on stopping i...
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