Cape May Salt Oyster Farm Visit

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Cape May Salt Oyster Farms. https://capemaysaltoysterfarms.com/ Brian showed us the oyster flats from raising them to cleaning and boxing them for the market. It was a very informative day and Brian’s passion for aquaculture and oyster farming was infectious. It’s exciting to see the Cape May Salts […]

Forgotten History: Atlantic Sturgeon

Sturgeon

Rebirth and renewal- Springtime means many things for all forms of life- plants that were long dormant burst through the soil to start a new year, bees leave the hive and start their search for nectar, Bears come out of hibernation to look for food, and let’s not for forget about one of the most […]

Forgotten History: Celery

celery

Celery is often a maligned vegetable. Many call it useless, pushing it to mirepoix duty or weak crudités plates. But I’ve always felt that celery should be celebrated for its natural salinity and crisp, refreshing taste. In the Victorian era, celery was seen as much more than an unwanted vegetable. It was a status symbol […]