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Author: Sharon Moen

Eat Wisconsin Fish / Articles posted by Sharon Moen
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Ring in the New Year With Fish

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Happy New Year! Millions of people from many cultures value fish as luck-inducing New Year's entrées whether their tables are set on January 1 or on a day defined by a different calendar.* Why fish? People eat fish as one year passes to the next for one...

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The Debut of The Fish Dish Podcast

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Wisconsin Sea Grant is proud to be serving up its first episode of The Fish Dish podcast. When you listen to The Fish Dish, expect to gain fortifying doses of piscivore banter and access to delicious Wisconsin fish recipes.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]In their debut Fish Dish conversation, co-hosts...

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Throwback to 2017 at Baileys Harbor commercial fishery

Years before COVID-19 brought normal activities to a screeching halt, Wisconsin Sea Grant's Marie Zhuikov visited Baileys Harbor Fish Company. Despite time and the pall of the pandemic, this story still resonates.  [caption id="attachment_7232" align="alignleft" width="462"] Bailey's Harbor Fish Company in Door County, Wisconsin[/caption] Commercial fishing business...

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Wisconsin Water Week: Let’s Talk!

Thanks for visiting Eat Wisconsin Fish and participating in Wisconsin Water Week 2021. It was fun cooking with you! Please feel free to connect with Sharon Moen, outreach specialist with Wisconsin Sea Grant, for more information. Email smoen@aqua.wisc.edu. Check out the recipes! Trout with Orange Saffron Sauce Smoke and...

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5 Reasons to Eat Wisconsin Fish

Eating food harvested in the U.S. and close to where you’re living is a habit worth cultivating. Most of the fish and shrimp Americans eat comes from other countries.*  Perhaps it shouldn’t. Here are five excellent reasons to preferentially put Wisconsin fish on the table: Freshness....