Next week is Shark Week, when the Discovery Channel tries to educate the public about this noble animal by airing shows like "Killer Sharks" and "Jaws of the Pacific," because, as everyone knows, the best way to motivate the public to protect an oft-threatened species is to make people death ... More >>
Tim Pearce/flickrFishy business at Whole FoodsIn a recent Greenpeace ranking of seafood sustainability in supermarkets, Whole Foods ranked fourth, behind Target, which came in second, and Safeway, which took the number one spot.
Nick MorgensternTraveling against the flow of human traffic, Nick Morgenstern left The General Greene -- and fair Brooklyn -- behind to set up shop in the East Village. Goat Town opened a few weeks ago, billing itself as a market-to-table restaurant with an unbeatable raw bar. Morgenstern tal ... More >>
The confusing Whole Foods "dot" identification system for seafood.
In a press release that just hit our email box at Fork in the Road, Whole Foods announces the chain-wide implementation of their color coding system for identifying fish according to sustainability, as certified by the Blue O ... More >>
Fish: in trouble, and on a menu near you.
Plenty of seafood restaurants claim to care about environmentally sustainability. And plenty of those restaurants are full of shit. Which is why Fish2Fork, a new website that bills itself as a "restaurant guide for people who love to eat fish - sustai ... More >>
Seafood is the great meeting ground of culinary preferences, the foodstuff where all tastes converge. Need a restaurant to please a big crowd? Seafood serves the purpose. Need a place where the scarf ranges from a bland white filet (perfect for dyspeptics) to a quivering raw oyster squirted w ... More >>