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And so it went, verses new and old, verses without end, all in glorification of the succulent shellfish of Carmel.
We transported the shellfish, or the 'relish' as Mr.
Their stock of provisions was quite exhausted, and even the shellfish began to get scarce, so that they had now to choose between starving to death or venturing into the interior of the island, where perhaps some huge three-headed dragon, or other horrible monster, had his den.
I recognize that a lot of work happens between catching a fish or harvesting shellfish to when it gets to our plates for our families to safely enjoy.
Shellfish ban is up in the coastal waters of Biliran province as the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) noted a high level of red tide toxin levels in both seawater and shellfish meat.
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) confirmed on Tuesday that shellfish from eight areas in the country have tested positive for paralytic shellfish poison.
Towns in Cape Cod are looking to shellfish not only as culinary treats, but as a way to help clean up waters suffering from excess nitrogen.
A University of the Philippines (UP) professor developed a method to immediately detect the presence of toxins in shellfish that could help minimize casualties in many coastal communities prone to paralytic shellfish poisoning.
Pacific Shellfish Institute, with $95,000, will study the relationship between rainfall and water quality in remote areas.
Gene Burreson's arrival in the field of shellfish research was unplanned.
AN UNCLE and nephew have been given suspended prison sentences for illegal shellfish gathering.
But what about shellfish, such as clams, oysters, shrimp, and scallops?