By daybreak, much of this town has already been at work for hours.
Plan a weekend getaway to one of these coastal inns for inviting accommodations, great food and plenty to keep you busy. Or, just kick up your feet and relax!
How can nutrition affect your health, as far as risk of Alzheimer's disease? I have a strong family history and want to do everything that I can to avoid getting Alzheimer's.
â¢ Hours after taking baby Benjamin for a scenic stroll by the river, Gisele BÃ¼ndchen hit the town for a fun night of Japanese food with pals. The supermodel dined at Haru in Boston with five friends. On the menu? Some shisito peppers, sashimi salad, black cod and a sashimi platter.
We know you don't want to fly halfway around the world to eat a Big Mac. But how about steamed cod with mustard sauce and chives, mixed vegetables, and parsley baby potatoes? That, for instance, is what's considered fast food in Germany.
Keep up with the kids with fuel from these Walt Disney World restaurants.
"Fresh lobster flown in from Maine and beer on ice," Followill Tweeted. "It's gonna be a good night"
It's Coastal Living's annual guide to the top eateries where food is fried, broiled, grilled or otherwise slapped on butcher paper for your finger-licking, crab-cracking, French fry-munching pleasure. This year, winners (and finalists) were chosen by readers.
For years, doctors have been telling their patients to eat more fish in order to boost heart health.
When people find out I'm a dietitian, they often ask me what not to eat. I often find myself trying to gracefully redirect the topic. Although it's true Americans eat too much of various types of food, a fixation on risk and avoidance seems to have eclipsed efforts to eat wholesome, delicious foods.
If you ate fish for dinner last night, there's a 50% chance it was not caught in the wild.
In Hong Kong, where factory space is stacked in skyscrapers, the 15th floor of an industrial block houses vast tanks in which thousands of rare fish swim under the eerie, purple glow of UV lights.
Eco-friendly floating restaurants serving sustainable seafood are on the menu for marinas around the world, in a bid to tackle the crisis caused by commercial over-fishing.
The FDA holds a hearing on the labeling of food made from AquAdvantage Salmon, a genetically engineered Atlantic salmon.
The debate over genetically engineered salmon should be put in the proper context: As the world's population grows at an accelerating pace, so does the consumption of seafood.
SI.com has dispatched writers to report on the 32 NFL training camps across the country. Here's what Peter King had to say about the Jets camp in Cortland, N.Y. For an archive of all camp postcards, click here.
Richard Brauman always loved caviar. But for many years the former Federal Reserve employee found that, no matter how much he was willing to pay for quality, the goods often had a stale, fishy taste. He blamed it on the traditional practices of companies in caviar-producing countries like Russia and Iran, where fish eggs are harvested infrequently and may be heavily preserved with salt and borax.
â¢ Taking a break from premiering her latest movie The Runaways, Kristen Stewart enjoyed a family dinner at La Vida Restaurant and Lounge in L.A. with both her parents and some family friends. The group sat next to the fireplace in the main dining room, where they shared a bunch of dishes, including tuna ceviche, crispy calamari and a flat iron steak sofrito. They also shared laughs at the table - and left together just before 10 p.m.
The Food and Drug Administration says Chilean salmon is still safe to consume despite a virus that has killed scores of fish.
Japanese researchers produce a farm to raise bluefin tuna. CNN's Kyung Lah reports
Tokihiko Okada has hundreds of children. Well, not literally, but you might as well call the giant bluefin tuna he cares for in the ocean tanks his "children."
You've probably heard eating more fish is good for you. But if selecting and preparing fish feels like entering uncharted waters, you're not alone: Most Americans eat very little fish compared to chicken and beef (just under 7 pounds a year vs. more than 100 pounds, according to the United States Department of Agriculture).
They say that wild salmon is best, but what if you can't always get wild salmon? Is it safe to eat farm-raised or do you just not eat it ? I see farm-raised from Canada and always think maybe that's better, but is it?
HLN's Suan Hendricks reports on five foods you can add to your diet to live a healthier life.
A new year has arrived, and with it, a new list of resolutions. If "eating better" is on your list, experts say, there are a few items you can slip into to your diet that can improve your health and help you ward off certain diseases in 2010.
The U.S. Postal Service spent more than $792,000 "without justification" on meals and events in one five-month period even as it reported losing $3.8 billion this year, the agency's inspector general says in a report.
The High School Musical sweetheart marks the milestone with 100 friends, family - and boyfriend Zac Efron
Salmon, tuna, and other fish are loaded with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, so they must be good for you, right? Not so fast--some types of fish have more mercury than others, and others are harvested from the ocean or farmed in a way that's harmful to the environment.
When it comes to heart health, there is one fat that won't work against you -- fish oil.
At age 17, Brian O'Hanlon dropped out of college and went on an angling adventure.
Americans talk a good game about wanting to eat well. More than 75 percent claim they want to see more healthy options on restaurant menus. But when it comes time to order, only about half say they actually make nutritious choices, according to a recent survey.
The View star is busted after tweeting about chowing on fried calamari and chicken wings
CNN Photojorunalist Jeremy Moorhead looks at the effort to save the Chesapeake Bay one species at a time.
It's daybreak on Sara Creek, a sleepy backwater that sits near Yorktown, Virginia, and empties into the Chesapeake. The early morning fog slowly lifts to reveal the ripples of water, the boats swaying, and a picturesque harbor.
Every week, Jackie Kaminer of Roswell, Georgia, buys fish for dinner at the local market. Although she knows it's full of nutrients -- including good-for-your-heart omega-3 fatty acids -- she's careful of the types of fish she brings home.
Judy Fortin reports fish is good for you, but beware of mercury in some larger species.
Only seven miles squared, the city of San Francisco has a community feel that will draw you in, even in just 24 hours.
It's easy to feel overwhelmed at the fish counter. Which is tastiest? Which is healthiest? Which is the most sustainable choice?
From Fitzrovia to Covent Garden, London is embracing its charming -- and sometimes cheeky -- past. Every era, from the roaring '20s to the swinging '60s, is represented, with new takes on old-fashioned locales: chip and sweets shops, hidden Prohibition-style hangouts, even ballrooms.
In search of lox, gefilte fish and other traditional delicacies, generations of New England Jews have patronized Springfield Smoked Fish. Founded in 1934 in Springfield, Mass., the company produces more than three dozen fish products using recipes its founders brought from Eastern Europe. Certified kosher, the business follows strict rules in processing its herring, salmon, trout and mackerel. Should the fire go out in the smokehouse oven, for instance, only a rabbi is permitted to relight the flame.
The ceremony was a surprise for guests, the big event's planner tells PEOPLE
Obama dishes on the first time she cooked for Barack while the duo whip up some fried shrimp
Nibble your way through Charlotte, North Carolina, and you'll taste the New South. Shining on the Piedmont with a modern skyline and brimming with emerging restaurants, this is a city that savors the fresh and the new.
An outbreak of Oyster Herpes virus type 1 has lovers of the salty delicacy crying
Food is a huge part of any destination for me, and my home base -- Atlanta, Georgia -- is no exception.
From laid-back Florida beaches to guided mule rides in the Grand Canyon's North Rim, our editors picked these getaways with the average American family's tax rebate of $1,200 in mind.
Q & A: With renewed focus on high-mercury tuna, one public-health expert says the real danger is that we're not eating enough fish
As more and more of you dream and scheme your vacations around unforgettable meals, T+L has searched far and wide -- through eight cities across four continents, to be precise -- to unearth the world's greatest new dining experiences.
At Hook, a Washington, D.C., seafood restaurant, there's no Chilean sea bass, bluefin tuna or grouper on the menu. You can't order asparagus in the fall, or strawberries in winter.
We've been hiking for hours along the Inverness Ridge Trail, above the shining blue ribbon of Tomales Bay, and we're ravenous. Maybe it's all the gazing at the water that leads my boyfriend, Peter, and me to look at each other and mouth the same word: "oysters."
Our crushing appetite for carnivorous fish like salmon and tuna depletes the oceans of smaller, feeder fish, and endangers the planet's marine ecology
The FDA alert has made aficionados of raw fish nervous. Here's how to navigate through a newly anxious marketplace
Healthy diets almost always contain fish, a protein food with fewer calories than other meat sources. It's also one of nature's most versatile foods. As well as different species of fish, you can steam, bake, fry or poach fish. It's great raw in the form of sashimi, anchovies, carpaccio and gravlax. But there have been conflicting health messages around the benefits of eating fish.
The NFL has the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the NHL has the Stanley Cup -- and Major League Eating has the Yellow Mustard Belt, which is up for grabs again this July 4 in the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on New York's Coney Island. The event will be as hotly-contested as ever as American fan favorite Joey Chestnut seeks to take down Takeru Kobayashi's hot dog dynasty.
Next time you order a shrimp cocktail, eat a bagel with smoked salmon or enjoy a tuna sandwich, know this: The world's appetite for fish is growing a lot faster than the oceans can supply them.
The meal began in a rush of tiny tastes. A chocolate truffle oozed foie gras. New-wave bar snacks -- pork rinds in maple syrup, sweet lotus chips in star-anise dust -- gave way, in a spray-bottle spritz of mojito, to an endless procession of astonishing bites. What were those specks on pineapple slices that crackled at the back of the mouth? Pop Rocks? Riceless sushi rolls were filled with blue cheese and apple.
We love fish. Americans are eating more than ever. And there are compelling reasons why. In light of the positive health benefits associated with fish, we're looking for creative ways to incorporate it into our diets.
THE CARPET OF SUSHI-GRADE TUNA lining the floor of Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market offers a tempting display of the day's catch for wholesalers willing to bid tens of thousands of dollars for a specime...
THE BACKGROUND Overfishing is severely depleting wild ocean-fish stocks and threatening the $158 billion commercial fishing industry. The number of fish caught annually is declining, with a recent ...
Remember The Marvellettes' song, "Too Many Fish in the Sea?" Well, there aren't.
The background: Overfishing is severely depleting wild ocean fish stocks and threatening the $158 billion commercial fishing industry. The number of fish caught annually is declining, with a recent study projecting that the world's commercially harvested fish populations could collapse by 2048.
Some 300 million to 400 million years ago, a funny-looking fish with a giant nose swam the planet's primeval waterways. Today its female descendants produce some of the tastiest roe this side of Ir...
Americans eat about 16 pounds of seafood every year, and they've heard a lot of mixed messages recently about whether it's safe.
Amid a ban on caviar from the overfished Caspian and Black seas, caviar connoisseurs are increasingly turning to more sustainable alternatives. But can Western caviar match the mighty beluga? To find out, we held a blind taste test of four caviars: one French and the rest American. (L'Osage was not included, due to a shipping glitch.) Our testers included Ricky Estrellado, executive chef at Japanese fusion mecca Nobu New York; Jean-Luc Kieffer, chef and part owner of trendy Manhattan French eatery Picnic; and our own editorial director and resident gourmand, Brian Dumaine, who weighed in with a civilian assessment. All four caviars were provided by a well-known New York caviar distributor that requested anonymity for fear of offending its suppliers.
For anyone who loves to eat, Seattle is one of the most dynamic and satisfying places to be in the country.
Many of the restaurants on California's Monterey Peninsula are aimed at out-of-towners. Lovely views of the sunset on Monterey Bay are supposed to compensate for overpriced, mediocre food, all too often served in faux seafaring surroundings. The best spots, not surprisingly, are more inconspicuous, beyond the bustle.
Locals call this part of the Florida Panhandle "the Forgotten Coast," but spend a weekend in Apalachicola, and you'll never forget it. This unspoiled town of roughly 3,000 residents boasts adorable boutiques, cozy dining nooks and quirky oyster joints. It's the perfect place to hide away for a few days and blend in with the locals.
Many a traveler heading to the coast for a summer getaway has visions of heaping plates of fresh seafood. At these full-service fishmongers, sea creatures are on the brain all year long.
Cruises don't have to be "mega." They can feature kite-flying from the deck, a Saturday-night fish fry in a church basement, bagpipe music drifting across a fog-shrouded harbor -- and Fairly Honest Bob.
Baltimore has always been a multifaceted city. The "Star-Spangled Banner" was written here, and it was once known as the nation's spice capital -- the famed spice merchant McCormick opened its factory here in 1889. Today, Baltimore is a bright spot on the cultural map, with abundant historical attractions, a vibrant museum scene, great neighborhoods and sensational seafood-inspired restaurants.
Tuna producers are taking a page from the playbook of the milk and meat industries and preparing an advertising campaign aimed at promoting their product to consumers, according to a published report.
When a food trend sweeps through a culinary capital like New York, the locals go overboard.
All right, we admit it: We had fun researching this story. When charged to find the best seafood dives along the South's saltwater shores, we jumped in, belly first.
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The party starts in half an hour. The shrimp cocktail is on ice, the rumaki are in the oven and you've perfected your hot toddy. Hair? Fabulous. Mistletoe? Check. And then it hits you. Champagne, g...
It may be "America's Favorite Tuna," but StarKist Seafood's canned tuna was looking a little dull on the store shelf.
You're traveling on business this summer and find yourself with a few hours to kill. No client to satisfy. No kids to entertain. Just you--itching to fill your belly, slake your thirst, and relax i...
As summer approaches, bikini wearers near and far (not to mention those guys with washboard abs) are chomping on carrot sticks and celery stalks, neglecting the finer delicacies of the summer season -- all in a last-ditch effort to squeeze into their barely-there "swimming" gear.
To grasp why Costco is beloved by both consumers and longtime stockholders, it helps to know a thing or two about tuna. Costco shoppers have three choices: chunk light (offered in an industrial-siz...
Of all the shorthand symbols of conspicuous consumption, caviar may be the most obvious--and the most enduring. Even in the second century B.C., a jar of sturgeon (the fish whose eggs are caviar) h...
I make it a practice never to pass up a meal in a converted mobile home, so the moment I laid eyes on the HALIBUT AND CHIPS sign outside the Roadrunner's Place I knew exactly where I was having lun...
Temperature's rising, the surf's pounding, the lobster harvest is at an all-time high. Bring on the lobster rolls!
It's a muggy, overcast August afternoon in Pittsburgh, and inside H.J. Heinz headquarters the ten members of Project Snackarama are talking about pet treats. Thick stapled handouts filled with flow...
Luxury should be easy: Whatever it is that you want, you shouldn't have to budge from your divan to pick it up. In that spirit, FORTUNE tested a variety of Websites for service and quality of belug...
It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it. The task? Try new restaurants in an effort to figure out which ones are worth the hype. Luckily, New York City has no shortage of contenders. These ar...
Everyone's familiar with the concept of the gender gap as it relates to politics, wages, and soap opera ratings. But did you know it also applies to seafood?
No one seems to remember just who, in the mid-1970s, first had the idea to ship a giant bluefin tuna from New England to Japan by airfreight, but in that moment was born a trade to gladden the flin...
Nicholas Nickolas owns fish restaurants in Hawaii, Illinois, and Florida. So it might surprise you that patrons of Nick's Fishmarket in Chicago sometimes eat fish fresher than that consumed by ocea...
Imagine, chunks of deep-water pollack, dredged in highly seasoned flour, fried, served on a soft tortilla, and topped with shredded cabbage, salsa, yogurt sauce, and a squeeze of lime. Even Rafael ...
Not long ago the U.S. food map was a variation on the celebrated New Yorker magazine cover: a huge, deliciously detailed Manhattan filled the foreground, set off by a hinterland of boring plains. T...
For the traveling business person, Sunday night is the loneliest night of the week. What is more dispiriting than arriving in a strange place only to find the downtown streets empty and the best re...
Airport dining, like English cuisine, is no longer necessarily a contradiction in terms. As airports play host to ever larger hordes of travelers, many marooned by flight delays and most more criti...
In what they called a two-day encounter session, executives of Lorimar Inc. and Telepictures Corp. munched meal after meal in their suite at New York's Helmsley Palace hotel last September as they ...
A restaurant in New York called the Palace acknowledged with pride a decade ago that it served the most costly dinner in Manhattan: $50 prix fixe per person, minimum. The Palace is long gone, and w...
Common sense has kept many a traveler away from the doors of seafood restaurants in the American heartland, far from the sea. Granted that frozen / fish can, when thawed, be stuffed with herbs, tum...