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shrimp lovers! have you ever tried shrimp with black olives?it’s one of those master flavor combos which i’m sure chefs have known about for years, but i discovered by accident the other day when i happened to have some cooked shrimp and canned olives in the fridge and i took a bite of each. wow, so good!here’s the recipe that evolved from that serendipitous moment—a quick and easy dinner with shrimp cooked in a fresh tomato, garlic, caper, and olive sauce, tossed with orzo pasta and chopped arugula.every bite is packed with flavor, which is well balanced with the sweet shrimp, salty tangy capers, acidic and sweet tomatoes, garlic, buttery olives, and peppery arugula.i’ve left the tails on the shrimp because 1) they look prettier, and 2) i love pulling the last bit of shrimp out of the she






new england shrimp fishing closed for at least 1 more year


portland, maine — new england shrimp will be unavailable to seafood consumers for at least another year as the fishery struggles with environmental changes.an arm of the regulatory atlantic states marine fisheries commission made the decision on wednesday in portland. new england shrimp fishing is based in maine and has been shut down since 2013.scientists have said the shrimp are suffering from poor reproduction and warming ocean temperatures. the atlantic states commission was tasked with determining if the shrimp population has recovered enough to withstand commercial fishing pressure.the shrimp fishery has traditionally taken place in winter months. the shrimp were a popular winter seafood item in new england and beyond. an advisory board had recommended reopening the fishery, but the






newly discovered chill dad shrimp gets best name ever


image: sammy de grave it’s a rare treat when we get to read some wholesome news about shrimp—living ones that aren’t being carefully placed around a cocktail glass. it’s even better when that news involves a feisty little shrimp getting a badass name from some cool science dudes.advertisementa new study published today in zootaxa details the discovery of a new species of shrimp named synalpheus pinkfloydi, found off the pacific coast of panama. you read that right—this particular species of pistol shrimp has been named after the legendary rock group pink floyd, due to its ability to create a loud noise by snapping its fluorescent pink claw. the sound is so torturous it actually stuns small prey, allowing the shrimp to dismember and eat them with ease.so far, there have been no recorded ins






the trick to nicely cooked shrimp? steam them


this shrimp salad with spicy orange dressing is a tasty summer dish.summer’s here and the time is right for summer salads gussied up with light proteins. boiled shrimp is the perfect candidate, especially when it’s paired with orange, avocado and mint, as it is here.there is a problem, however; shrimp often becomes bland and chewy when it’s boiled. in fact, all proteins, not only shrimp, tend to turn tough when they’re subjected to the violence of boiling water. and if the boiling water isn’t well-salted, the protein in question will end up flavorless and tough.at first, i tried to avoid these pitfalls by gently simmering the shrimp. this resulted in a modest improvement. then — eureka! — i decided to take a cue from my favorite new way to make a hard-boiled egg, which is not to boil it at






rare, endangered shrimp found in costa mesa, thanks to recent rains


costa mesa city officials announced friday that they have identified two species of endangered shrimp living in pools at fairview park that have not previously been seen there. officials said riverside fairy shrimp, invigorated by recent rainy weather, have been documented in one of the park's...






quick shrimp dish is an italian favorite


make this fast-and-easy shrimp scampi with red vermouth in the sauce.large shrimp smothered in garlic and wine is an italian classic. to italians, scampi is a small lobster called a prawn. however, in america, scampi became a term for the sauce that goes with this shrimp dish. for this quick shrimp scampi, i teamed red vermouth, garlic and parsley with the shrimp.american wild shrimp are juicy and plump. use these if they are available.basil and olive oil tossed with linguine makes a quick side dish.helpful hints:— dried linguine can be used instead of fresh. boil for 8 to 9 minutes.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.— the quickest way to chop parsley and basil is to snip the leaves with scissors.shopping list:to buy:¾ pound large shelled shrimp, 1 small bunch parsle






shrimp fried rice recipe


1 toss shrimp with salt, pepper, cornstarch: in a medium bowl, sprinkle the shrimp with salt, pepper, and cornstarch, and toss to coat. set aside to sit for ten minutes at room temperature.2 heat pan on high heat: heat a large sauté pan or wok (a seasoned cast iron pan or hard anodized aluminum works well, they're relatively stick free and can take the heat) on high heat.when the pan is very hot (a drop of water instantly sizzles when it hits the pan), swirl in one tablespoon of the cooking oil to coat the pan.3 sear shrimp on both sides: add the shrimp to the hot pan, spreading them out quickly in a single layer. let them fry in the pan without moving them, for 30 seconds.flip the shrimp over and let them fry on the other side for another 30 seconds or until they are mostly cooked through






new shrimp species named after pink floyd


image copyrightarthur ankerimage caption synalpheus pinkfloydi is a new species of pistol or snapping shrimp a new species of shrimp has been named after pink floyd thanks to a pact between prog rock-loving scientists.the synalpheus pinkfloydi uses its large pink claw to create a noise so loud it can kill small fish.the team behind the discovery vowed years ago if it ever found a new pink shrimp it would "honour" the rockers.sammy de grave, head of research at oxford university museum of national history, said he has been a fan of the band since he was a teenager.and it is not the first crustacean he's named after a rock legend, having already named a species of shrimp after rolling stones front man, mick jagger - elephantis jaggerai.image copyrightkate pocklingtonimage caption pink floyd-






new shrimp species named after pink floyd


image copyrightarthur ankerimage caption synalpheus pinkfloydi is a new species of pistol or snapping shrimp a new species of shrimp has been named after pink floyd thanks to a pact between prog rock-loving scientists.the synalpheus pinkfloydi uses its large pink claw to create a noise so loud it can kill small fish.the team behind the discovery vowed years ago if it ever found a new pink shrimp it would "honour" the rockers.sammy de grave, head of research at oxford university museum of national history, said he has been a fan of the band since he was a teenager.and it is not the first crustacean he's named after a rock legend, having already named a species of shrimp after rolling stones front man, mick jagger - elephantis jaggerai.image copyrightkate pocklingtonimage caption pink floyd-






new shrimp species named after pink floyd


image copyrightarthur ankerimage caption synalpheus pinkfloydi is a new species of pistol or snapping shrimp a new species of shrimp has been named after pink floyd thanks to a pact between prog rock-loving scientists.the synalpheus pinkfloydi uses its large pink claw to create a noise so loud it can kill small fish.the team behind the discovery vowed years ago if it ever found a new pink shrimp it would "honour" the rockers.sammy de grave, head of research at oxford university museum of national history, said he has been a fan of the band since he was a teenager.he has previous for naming crustaceans after rock legends, having already named a species of shrimp after rolling stones front man, mick jagger - elephantis jaggerai.image copyrightkate pocklingtonimage caption pink floyd-themed a






new shrimp species named after pink floyd


image copyrightarthur ankerimage caption synalpheus pinkfloydi is a new species of pistol or snapping shrimp a new species of shrimp has been named after pink floyd thanks to a pact between prog rock-loving scientists.the synalpheus pinkfloydi uses its large pink claw to create a noise so loud it can kill small fish.the team behind the discovery vowed years ago if it ever found a new pink shrimp it would "honour" the rockers.sammy de grave, head of research at oxford university museum of national history, said he has been a fan of the band since he was a teenager.he has previous for naming crustaceans after rock legends, having already named a species of shrimp after rolling stones front man, mick jagger - elephantis jaggerai.image copyrightkate pocklingtonimage caption pink floyd-themed a






minnesota briefs: shrimp producer plans operation in southwest


marshallshrimp producer plans operation in minnesotaa minnesota company has unveiled plans for a $50 million shrimp production operation in the state's southwest region.balaton-based tru shrimp said it plans to build its first production facility in luverne, its first shrimp hatchery in marshall, and a worker training facility in balaton. the company also plans to renovate a vacant processing facility in marshall to handle 8 million pounds of shrimp annually.groundbreaking is planned for early next year. ceo michael ziebell said in a company press release that raising shrimp in minnesota makes sense because the feedstock for shrimp — corn, soybeans and hard red wheat — is here."economically and environmentally it makes much more sense to raise shrimp near their food source than to ship fee






new rules for new england shrimp fishery _ if it reopens


portland, maine — with the prospect of new england's shuttered shrimp fishery reopening this winter, new rules are being designed to perpetuate the crustacean's numbers and prevent another shutdown.maine fishermen once caught millions of pounds of the shrimp every year, with fishermen also bringing some ashore in new hampshire and massachusetts. but as the gulf of maine waters warmed, the catch plummeted from more than 13 million pounds in 2010 to less than 700,000 in 2013. the fishery shut down that year.a decision on whether to allow the fishery to reopen could come in november.with that in mind, an arm of the regulatory atlantic states marine fisheries commission is developing new rules for the fishery to put it in a better position to sustain itself if it does reopen, said max appelman






fall shrimp harvest down in south carolina


charleston, s.c. (ap) — wildlife officials in south carolina say the fall white shrimp harvest is down this year.grace edwards with shem creek fisheries told the post and courier of charleston there just aren’t many shrimp in the water this fall.the south carolina department of natural resources department said its monitoring of the shrimp catch is hundreds of thousands of pounds below normal.jimmy bagwell with save shem creek corp. says many trawlers have gone to georgia and florida to try to catch shrimp. others have headed to north carolina.most read storiescyber sale! save 90% on digital access.the natural resources department said the spring and summer harvest were well above recent averages. mel bell directs the office of fisheries management and says warmer than usual water may be t






shrimp quesadilla recipe


1 marinate the shrimp: toss the shrimp in a small bowl with 1/4 teaspoon of chipotle powder or chile powder, a pinch of salt, pinch of pepper, and a tablespoon of lime or lemon juice. let sit for 10 minutes. then drain out the juice.2 cook the shrimp: heat a couple teaspoons of olive oil in a relatively stick-free skillet (a cast iron skillet works well for this) on medium high heat.add the shrimp and cook for half a minute on each side, and remove to a bowl.the shrimp shouldn't be completely cooked through; they will continue to cook during the next step.3 heat the tortillas: wipe out the skillet with paper towels. add a small amount of olive oil (about 1/2 a teaspoon, you could use butter as well) and heat the pan on medium high.place one flour tortilla on the skillet. flip the tortilla






sunday supper: hot spicy shrimp with cool cucumber salad


hot spicy shrimp with cool cucumber saladserves 4.note: from “around the world in 120 salads,” by katie and giancarlo caldesi.• 3/4 lb. raw large shrimp, shelled• juice of 2 limes• salt and freshly ground black pepper• 10 oz. rice noodles, optional• about 1/3 english cucumber, peeled and cut into ribbons with a peeler or spiralized• 1 red bell pepper, seeded and sliced into 1/2-in.-wide strips• handful of cilantro leaves, tough stems removed• 3 tbsp. butter• 3 tbsp. olive oil• 1/4 c. finely grated fresh ginger• 1/2 to 1 red chile, according to taste, finely chopped• 5 fat garlic cloves, finely grated or choppeddirectionsif there are visible black veins down the back of the shrimp, make a shallow cut down their outer curves, using a sharp knife, and clean them out. discard. if there is noth






recipe: spicy jumbo shrimp on the grill with coconut rice


spicy jumbo shrimpserves 4.note: there will be extra marinade from its full recipe to use as a dipping sauce. from “brazilian barbecue & beyond,” by david pointé, jamie barber and lizzy barber.• 12 large jumbo shrimp or 20 ordinary shrimp• 4 tbsp. spicy malagueta marinade (see recipe)• lime wedges, for garnish• coconut rice (see recipe)directionspeel and devein shrimp, but leave tail ends on.place shrimp in bowl and add 3 tablespoons spicy malagueta marinade. toss to coat, cover with plastic wrap and let marinate in the refrigerator for a couple of hours.prepare grill (or preheat broiler to high and place rack at the highest level).thread the shrimp onto 4 metal skewers. use remaining 1 tablespoon marinade and brush that on the shrimp. grill or broil for about 2 to 3 minutes on each side,






researchers name loud shrimp after pink floyd


oxford, england — a newly discovered species of shrimp that uses a bright pink claw to create a sound loud enough to kill small fish has been named for pink floyd.the shrimp found on panama's pacific coast has been dubbed synalpheus pinkfloydi in the peer-reviewed journal zootaxa. oxford university museum of natural history researcher sammy de grave is one of three researchers credited with discovering the creature. he says the description of the shrimp was "the perfect opportunity to finally give a nod to my favorite band."according to oxford, pistol or snapping shrimps close their enlarged claws at a rapid speed to create an imploding bubble. the result is a sound so loud it can kill or stun a fish.pink floyd is also honored in nature with a damselfly named after its 1969 album "ummagumm






the cod are coming back to newfoundland — and they’re eating the shrimp that had


theodore genge has a big beautiful new dragger that’ll be ready to head for “the labrador” as soon as the sea ice loosens its grip on anchor point.when the 63-year-old newfoundland fisherman began building the $2.2 million trawler two years ago he had 750,000 pounds worth of shrimp quota to catch.but plummeting shrimp numbers in the cold water off labrador have led fisheries and oceans canada to drastically carve into quotas for that coast. genge expects that by april he’ll be left with a total of 300,000 lbs of quotas — 220,000 lbs in the gulf of st. lawrence, where there is still plenty of shrimp, and 80,000 lbs on the labrador coast.“right now, yes, it’s pretty stressful – i don’t know whether there’s any hope or no,” said genge.“but it’s like this. i started at this fishing when i was






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hood canal spot shrimp fishery reopens june 3 only, and catch limit increases in


some bonus fishing time on the water in hood canal, and an increased daily catch limit for spot shrimp are on the near horizon.state fish and wildlife has announced that spot shrimp fishing will reopen on june 3 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. only.“we had a good turnout although it was slightly below average, and the fishing has been spotty and some were doing good and it just depended on where you were fishing,” said mark o’toole, a state fish and wildlife biologist. “that was another reason why we are getting another saturday to fish. were not sure what is going on in hood canal because our preseason testing had been decent.”in the eastern strait (marine catch area 6) and san juan islands (7 west) the daily catch limit will increase from 80 to 120 spot shrimp.most read storiesunlimited digital ac






remove the tails in this pink shrimp with grapefruit recipe – the denver post


by bonnie s. benwick, the washington postthis is not an edible nod to millennial pink. honest. red grapefruit and shrimp, bathed in a piquant dressing and paired with the crunch of toasted hazelnuts, red onion slivers and perky spring lettuces, just happen to give this plate a look that’s very on trend.the shrimp get a little seasoning before they hit the hot pan, and you may notice they do not have their tails — those pinky-size lengths of shell that keep the shrimp from curling as tightly as you see —  them here. at this point, i’d be remiss not to mention the recently and happily retired jane touzalin, an extraordinary colleague and editor whom i had the pleasure of working with for decades.she railed against the tail shells in dishes where the diner must detach them and find a proper s






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minnesota farm provides fresh shrimp to local restaurants


spring valley, minn. — aaron terbeest, of spring valley, runs his own farm, but his livestock is a little bit on the shrimpy side.the 31-year-old man runs a shrimp farm called kedron valley farm, and has been officially licensed since may 2017. this past season marked the first time that terbeest was able to harvest his shrimp for direct-to-consumer and direct-to-restaurant sales."there's always some risk that comes with any sort of farming operation," the 2004 kingsland graduate told the agri news . "aquaculture is no exception."terbeest graduated from winona state university in 2009 with a psychology degree. however, it was the background through his stepfather's dairy farm that got him gradually interested in pursuing agriculture.this career move was something he never thought of for hi






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shrimp tail suits the start of a valentine's dinner


it’s the time of year for an indulgence or two, just some easy old fashioned comforts. (think valentine’s day.)take shrimp. when i was a kid, my dad considered shrimp tail the height of elegance: five plump pink jumbos arched on the edge of a martini gl filled with horseradish-spiked ketchup (aka tail sauce). it symbolized his willingness to splurge on those nights we dressed up to go out to the fancy steakhouse in town.to this day, whenever i’m feeling nostalgic, a nice shrimp tail makes a cl y start to a simple dinner of grilled steak or chicken. or, when served with good crusty bread and a fresh, crunchy salad, it’s a dinner all on its own, light enough to follow with something decadent and chocolate.retailers judge shrimp by the number of shrimp it takes to make a pound (the 15 or 20 p






spot shrimp time set for saturday’s opener in central, south-central and south s


state fish and wildlife has set the dates for the spot shrimp fishery – set to begin saturday (may 6) in marine areas – in central, south-central and southern puget sound (marine catch areas 10, 11 and 13).in those three areas – including elliott bay – fishing will be allowed from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on saturday (may 6) only. state fisheries will assess the catches, and then decide if additional fishing date(s) are possible.elsewhere, the strait of juan de fuca from sekiu to port angeles (5 and 6) and san juan island west (7)  are open daily starting saturday (may 6) and will close once the catch quota is achieved. hood canal (12) opens saturday (may 6), and may 10, 17 and 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day.the discovery bay season is open saturday (may 6), and may 10 and 17 from 7 a.m. to 3 p






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shrimp and artichoke pasta recipe


1 boil the pasta: heat a large pot of salted water (4 quarts of water, 2 tablespoons salt) on high heat until boiling.add the pasta. cook uncovered on high heat with a vigorous boil until al dente (cooked but still a little firm), about 10 minutes or whatever your pasta package says is appropriate for al dente.2 reserve some pasta cooking liquid, drain pasta. once the pasta is done, and before draining the pasta, scoop out one cup of the pasta cooking liquid and reserve. drain the pasta.3 toss the pasta with the pesto and keep it warm.4 sauté the shrimp and garlic: heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. add the garlic and shrimp and cook, stirring, for 1 minute, until the shrimp is pink but not quite cooked through.5 add the peas and artichokes, lower the heat to medium, cover






scientists just found a 500-million-year-old worm with legs


a standing ovation jean-bernard caron—royal ontario museum ovatiovermis cribratus fossil specimen of newly identified worm with legs. the rocky imprint looks like the shadow of a flattened shrimp. but this tiny creature—no bigger than a thumb—lurked in the shallow seas of north america long before shrimp existed. the 500-million-year-old worm with leg-like appendages is a distant…






shrimp with zucchini noodles and lemon-garlic butter recipe


1 prepare the zucchini: slice each zucchini down its length using a vegetable peeler or on a mandolin, creating long, thin ribbons. stop when you get to the core, which doesn't peel well (and eat it as a snack!).lay the noodles out on paper towels in a single layer and sprinkle them with salt. leave them to “sweat” for about 10 minutes.2 melt the butter and steep the garlic: in a large skillet over medium heat, melt the butter. tilt and swirl the pan gently to move the butter around. the butter will foam a bit, then begin to smell nutty and turn amber with small brown solids on the bottom.once this happens, immediately pour butter into a heat-proof bowl, jar, or cup. use a spatula to scrape all of the browned bits into the bowl. add the minced garlic to butter and set aside.3 season the sh






scientists hope smart phone app yields clues in shrimp study


savannah, ga. (ap) — scientists on the georgia coast are documenting an affliction in shrimp known as black gill as part of an ongoing research project.the university of georgia’s skidaway institute of oceanography has been involved with the research for several years, and now scientists hope a new smart phone app yields more insight.the app is aimed at getting shrimpers to report what they see while on the job.the savannah morning news reports that the affliction is known as black gill because of a telltale dark coloration on shrimps’ gills. the disease is caused by a microscopic parasite.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeksmarc frischer, a professor at the skidaway institute, says that black gill could be one of many factors contributing to a decline in commercial sh






shrimp spring rolls with peanut sauce recipe


1 prepare your workspace: fill a wide, shallow bowl, like a pasta bowl, with lukewarm water. lightly wet the surface of a cutting board. this helps prevent the rice paper from sticking onto the board.have all your ingredients prepped and arranged in bowls near your workspace. brush a serving platter with a very light coating of sesame oil or neutral-flavored oil and place it near your work surface; the oil will help prevent the finished rolls from sticking to the platter.2 soften the rice paper wrapper: dip one of the rice paper wrappers into the water and swirl it around until the entire surface is evenly moistened (20 to 40 seconds or so). it should start to feel softened and malleable. if the rice paper rips or tears, you softened it for too long; discard and start again with a fresh wr