The Fish on Fridays series is a collaboration between Gloucester photographers Kathy Chapman and Marty Luster. Look for various aspects of Gloucester’s centuries-old fishing industry highlighted here on Fridays.
Kathy and Marty continue this week with their interest in shellfish and a look at scallops harvested in waters off Cape Cod and sold at Intershell to local restaurants in Gloucester. Nico from Short and Main demonstrates preparing his Live Scallop Crudo. http://shortandmain.com
Photos © Kathy Chapman and Marty Luster 2013
Video © Kathy Chapman 2013
Tomorrow is Mother’s Day, and if your Mom loves scallops, take her to Sailor Stan’s on Rocky Neck for their special scallop breakfast specials. A fisherman friend just brought them a scad of succulent scallops that will go into scallop eggs benedict and other delights for your Mom’s scallop loving palate. She’ll love you for it. If Mom’s not a fan of scallops, there will be plenty of other non scallop focused breakfast choices available.
Mom not around? Bring yourself and a friend. 7:30 – 1:30
Niece Amandacakes got this pan seared Scallops over Caesar. The Scallops were huge and cooked perfectly. It’s tough to cook large scallops perfectly because they are so big you want them cooked through but not to lose their moisture. Missy is a pro!
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Decadent. Amazing. Rich. Delicious.
All words to describe the seafood risotto dish at LaRosa’s at the lights in East Gloucester. Loaded with lobster, shrimp and scallops, I was in heaven.