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How To Cook Seafood: Your Go-To Guide
Cooking seafood can seem like a daunting task, but fear not! Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned home cook, there are easy and more challenging ways to prepare seafood, and this guide is here to be your trusty how-to....
The Secret to Sensational Seafood & Wine Pairings
‘Tis the season to be jolly and nothing is jollier than seafood paired with the perfect wine on a sunny summer day. With such a wide range of fish and shellfish to choose from and a myriad of different ways to prepare them, there is an equally wide variety of wines to pair them with.
Oysters: Farming and the Environment
Australia has been commercially farming oysters since the late 1800s. Fast forward to today and the industry now has 3200 aquaculture leases in NSW, spread across 41 coastal estuaries with three species of oysters grown - the Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerata), Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) and the native, flat oyster (Ostrea angasi). 
Local Oyster Farms Diversify to Survive
Considered the canary of water estuaries because they survive by filtering up to five litres of water every hour and are sensitive to changes in the waterways, oysters and their farmers have had a difficult time over the past ten years, particularly here in our own Port Stephens area.