Angler's Cookbook


Cedar Key Clams with Andouille Sausage

Cedar Key, once home to a mostly fin-fishing industry, has in recent years grown to be the epicenter of clam farming in Florida. “Cedar Key Sweets” are the Northern quahog variety and are mostly sold in the 2- to 2.5-inch size, commonly called “littlenecks.” The bite-sized and tender meat is perfect for pasta and chowders—or for just plain steaming. Cedar Key clams are readily available at major supermarkets and most specialty seafood markets in Florida and the Southeastern U.S.

Delicate morsels of Florida bay scallops are turned into a summertime treat with only a few simple ingredients.

Scallops on the Half Shell

It’s the season to catch your own.

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Tips for Keeping Fish and Game from Foodsaver

Today’s outdoor enthusiast expects fresh, delicious foods that aren’t time consuming to prepare or preserve after a long days in the woods and on the water.


Brine Your Meats

Brining all sorts of meat and poultry prior to cooking has become a popular method in recent years. It’s a different technique from what’s known as marinating, as its purpose is mainly to moisturize and tenderize the flesh, rather than flavor it. Yes, marinades do tenderize, but if you want to taste the original flavor of the meat, brine.

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