The Boston Globe talks with Wild Rhody’s Steve Arnold

On Saturday, January 7, the Elizabeth Helen, a 55-foot fishing boat, sank about three miles northeast of Block Island just before 4 p.m. Captain Steve Arnold and his crew were rescued by the Coast Guard and thankfully there was no loss of life. Wild Rhody has been able to continue their fishing and deliveries of
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Whole Foods University Heights news release: Alaska wild-caught Sockeye salmon fillets 50% off

Salmon is a super supper choice, and this Friday, it’s more affordable than ever. On January 20, Whole Foods Market is hosting a one-day sale on wild-caught Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)-certified sockeye salmon for $7.99/lb. – a 50 percent savings! Whole Foods Market maintains the highest standards for seafood quality and sustainability. We prohibit treating
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BBQ Bonanza 2011 – Barbecued Beef Short Ribs

This summer my friend Jacqueline Church has been showcasing BBQ posts on her site from some really great chefs and writers. The focus has been on sustainability at the grill and a few weeks ago my post on Barbecued Beef Short Ribs was featured. Please check it out and I hope, like me, you learn
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Attend an Earth Dinner This Week

Many of the best restaurants in the area are having Earth Dinners this week in honor of the 41st Earth Day this Friday, April 22. The Earth Dinner program was developed by Organic Valley, a cooperative of family farm-owners and leader in organics. Each year, they host Earth Dinners at restaurants throughout the country to
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