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“Who is Salty Papa?” “ It’s a question that Vallee Arnett cultivates almost daily as a co-owner of Salty Papa’s Shrimp House in South Fort Myers. Salty Papa is indeed a real person. Dad is the nickname for Russ Bradt, the stepfather of Vallée’s partner, Marc Arnett. On a trip to Key West, she was …

A taste of Nashville Retro country/pop singer Morgan Clark is a Granite Stater through and through – when she wasn’t driving locomotives in the family business, Clark’s Bears and the White Mountain Central Railroad, she coached and skied competitively. The music, however, took her to Nashville, where she honed her craft and learned a thing …

Summer is all about seafood, and a coastal town like Myrtle Beach is bound to have great local cuisine. There is certainly no shortage of restaurants to gorge on crab feet, shrimp and oatmeal, oysters, tuna and crab soup, but we want to know your favorite seafood spots on the Grand Strand. Most importantly, we …

Best Fish Recipes- Fish are generally low in fat and high in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s improve mental function and help maintain a healthy heart by lowering blood pressure. Researchers have found that regular consumption of fish can reduce the risk of diseases ranging from asthma to prostate cancer. White fish like cod are a …

SHEEPSHEAD BAY – When the owners of two of Brooklyn’s most beloved seafood restaurants are asked what they think of their closest competitor, they don’t stick together or give a rude response. That’s because when Randazzo’s Clam Bar and Clemente’s Maryland Crab House – both located on Emmons Avenue – compete against each other, it’s …

This summer, don’t just swim on the beaches of Lebanon, also experience the rich and refreshing seafood dishes of the country. Here is a list of seafood restaurants to try that adds to last year’s list of hot spots. # 1 The Canoe Le Canoë is a popular restaurant located at the Holiday Beach complex …

Fat Willie’s Fish Camp legacy lives on That’s what’s right with Tampa Bay BRANDON, Florida. – Two former employees now own the historic restaurant where they worked as a teenager. The way they keep the legacy alive at Fat Willie’s Fish Camp is what suits Tampa Bay. For Christian Pate and Roy Mireles, it looks …