Restaurant and recipe recommendations, industry updates and stories from the waters of the Gulf.
The Lenten season leading up to Easter is often defined by sacrifice, meditation and charity. For 40 days, people are called to regulate their portions, abstain from eating meat on Fridays and holy days, and do something positive for others. And Alabama Gulf Seafood can play a role in accomplishing each of those tenets of the season.
Here in Alabama, Mardi Gras is big deal. That’s why the folks at the Vestavia Country Club decided to go all out for Fat Tuesday this year with Alabama Gulf Seafood Night.
We asked Martie Duncan, Chief Party Thrower at MartieKnowsParties.com and finalist on Season 8 of “Food Network Star,” for some advice on how to throw the perfect Mardi Gras party with Alabama Gulf Seafood. Here’s what she had to say.
All of the hard work is worth the trouble when our neighbors get to cook it, eat it, and enjoy it our fresh Gulf seafood. That’s why we’re very excited that Rouses Markets have decided to expand their business know-how to Alabama’s Gulf Coast.