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Rest In Peace- Leslie Nelson, From Airplane.
Have a great week,
"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."
- John F. Kennedy
Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,
Today we would like to respond to the issue being raised regarding the abundance of small scallops. Sea scallop surveys are finding a drop in biomass in the mid-Atlantic states, in large part due to the now-depleted status of the Elephant Trunk Area of New Jersey and
In fishing news lately New England Fisherman have been outraged at federal regulators for overstating different fishing "crisis". Regulators have set strict guidelines and catch limits for species that may not be in danger according to fisherman. At the heart of this argument are the scallop beds off of Georges Banks. Scallop fisherman have been itching to get there hands on these bed's that have been closed since 1994. Further enraging fisherman this week was a study released by researchers from the
We have some great Wild Striped Bass, Portuguese Sardines, East Coast Halibut, North Carolina Swordfish, Pacific Escolar, and Wahoo.
When somebody tells you nothing is impossible, ask him to dribble a football. ~Author Unknown
Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,
Once considered bait-robbing pests by lobster fishermen the Atlantic rock crab are now a valuable bycatch that is considered a Maine delicacy. We have roped in some rock crab from a Lobsterman in Maine, resembling a "baby dungeness" these crabs make a sweet weekend treat. The claw and leg meat from rock crab is pink with a sweet, delicate flavor, honestly the meat is quite similar to Dungeness. Wait did we mention the best part??? There only $2.95!!!! Check out the picture attached of a rock next to a dungeness.
We most give a shout out to the fisheries up in Boston. Ladies and gentleman you truly out did yourself this time. We were shipped some of the finest Monk, Cod, and, Mackerel. We saw some glistening monk tails of all sizes, and, some head on cod that is super firm, filled with blood, and, simply awesome. Check out the picture attached.
New Zealand pink snapper are a bream that needs attention, we have a brand new shipment waiting to be plated. Opah is another bright shining fish that needs to be paid attention to. Others of note are some dayboat Gray Tile fish from N.C., New England Mackerel, Dayboat Long Line Halibut and Swordfish. Geer up folks we have some insane fish for Saturday and SUNDAY!!!!!!!!!!!
"Most of the world is covered by water. A fisherman's job is simple: Pick out the best parts."
It is no use saying, 'We are doing our best.' You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary.
Good day to all,
Watch your thoughts, they become your beliefs.
Watch your beliefs, they become your words.
Watch your words, they become your actions.
Watch your actions, they become your habits.
Watch your habits, they become your character.
Where do our habits come from? The principal building block of habits are beliefs. A belief is your conviction that something is true and you are in the "Belief Business." It is the quality of your beliefs,
"This is the kind of person that I am," that determines your habits, which in turn, determine your character.
Beliefs are formed by self-talk. With this self-talk, you are constantly evaluating in a positive or negative manner what is going on around you. Your focus is not on what is actually happening around you (the truth) but what you think is happening, as you believe it to be. Over time this self-talk accumulates into a positive or negative opinion of yourself and your situation. This belief and opinion will subsequently be reflected in your words, actions, habits and ultimately your character.
Of course beliefs are only as good as the self-talk that created them. (Garbage in- garbage out) but good or bad, beliefs are the springboard for your words, actions, habits and ultimately your success.