Restaurant and recipe recommendations, industry updates and stories from the waters of the Gulf.
This past summer, Grey Battle was named Alabama’s winner of the 2014 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, an honor that earned her a trip to Washington D.C. to meet First Lady Michelle Obama and an entry in the contest cookbook. Her recipe? Veggie Spaghetti with Alabama Gulf Shrimp.
The fourth annual Seafood, Science & Celebrity is October 31 – November 2, featuring tons of fresh Gulf seafood cooked up by noteworthy chefs. November 2 will feature the inaugural Sunday Supper Gulf Coast at Historic Fort Gaines, a fundraiser to support the James Beard Foundation’s culinary scholarship program.
With so much fresh, delicious seafood in our backyard, it only makes sense that there’d be a wealth of Gulf seafood restaurants along Alabama’s coast. But there aren’t many that can match the history and success of the Original Oyster House.
Chefs representing Alabama Gulf Seafood and their respective restaurants will participate in the upcoming 43rd Annual National Shrimp Festival, to be held Oct. 9-12 in Gulf Shores. Cooking demonstrations highlighting some of the best Gulf shrimp recipes by the Gulf Coast’s favorite chefs will be located in at the Alabama Gulf Seafood.