In all likelihood, you'll see this theme re-occurring from time to time. After all, as I have already told you, I love all-things-fish.
And, because I love fish, I'm also pretty keen on wanting to know which fish are the "best" to eat -- meaning which fish won't harm me (too much mercury) and which fish are fished in a sustainable way.
Fortunately, a couple of great organizations have done all the legwork--all you have to do is download or printout one of the sustainable seafood guides listed below ...well, and, then, make the right choice off the menu, at the sushi bar, at the fish market, etc.
Yea, I know, some of those fish that aren't good choices are the really yummy ones. But, hey, you wouldn't want to be the one responsible for eating the last Chilean Sea Bass, would you?
I'm a Maine-r. Or, at least I like to think I am. True locals will argue differently simply because I wasn't born in Maine -- I'm "from away" they say. Whatever. It is crystal clear to me that I was born to live in Maine. Here's the catch. I fell in love with someone who really is "from away". So, I spend big chunks of time in a place very far from where I call home. But, I'm trying to bloom where planted, as they say. I'm trying to foster a simple (or at least a little simpler than some), reasonably wholesome and creative life for my family whether we're here or there. And, well, since you stopped here at my blog, you get to explore this craziness with me.