12 Beaches Known for Their Seafood
With the trend toward local sustainable food, is it any wonder we’re all asking where our dinner came from? Learn (and visit) where your favorite seafood meals originate from.
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Maine Lobster Bake
Is there a more quintessential New England experience than the lobster bake on a rocky beach? Maine lobstermen haul in 40 million pounds of lobster each year – 90 percent of all lobster caught in the U.S. Why not eat it at the source?
Alabama Fried Grouper
Prince Edward Island Mussels
Prince Edward Island in Canada is famous for its mussels.
Aldeburgh Fish Shack
Fish and chips and smoked fish are available fresh from the boat in Aldeburgh, England