There is a silver lining to the prolonged winter for local fishermen and seafood lovers: Bay scallop season has been extended an extra month to help area fishermen recoup losses attributed to the brutally cold weather.
My history with scallops dates back to my mamman’s, my favorite were her Coquille St. Jacques. They were out of this world!
As a youngster I overindulged in one night … well, I will spare you the details (you’re welcome J).
Visit this North Fork fish market for the catch of the day. Stay for a yummy lunch served with homemade fries and cole slaw.
Deep in the waters of Greenport Harbor, partially buried in the sandy bottom, are scores of large fish, brown on one side and white on the other. Call them fluke, summer flounder or doormats: these flat, bottom-dwelling fish with both eyes on the same side of their heads are ugly — and delicious. (more…)