Restaurant and recipe recommendations, industry updates and stories from the waters of the Gulf.
Unlike Gulf crab and oysters, each of which is harvested and processed prominently as only one species, Gulf shrimp come in different species—and they’re conveniently labeled by color. Why does it matter which color you’re getting? Well, it’s the same story as all Gulf seafood: it’s all about flavor.
The Alabama Red Snapper Reporting Program estimates that 418,000 pounds of red snapper were landed in Alabama through June 30. These findings are significantly less than estimates from the federal Marine Recreational Information Program (MRIP) estimate which indicated 1,041,000 pounds of landings during the same period.
We really like sharing the love of Alabama Gulf Seafood with folks from all over. That’s why we’re partnering with WKRG News 5 in Mobile to bring you the second installment of the 2014 Alabama Gulf Seafood Getaway Giveaway!
Billy Reid, renowned Alabama-based fashion designer and former Council of Fashion Designers of America “Menswear Designer of the Year,” has once again partnered with us to create a special, three-design t-shirt series featuring Alabama Gulf Seafood, now on sale at BillyReid.com.