Seafood lovers took to social media this Seafood Month to share their favorite dishes using #ShowUsYourSeafood. Posts came from across the country and featured both farmed and wild-caught fish and shellfish. Some shared mouth-watering photos of familiar products like lobster and fish cakes. Others talked about lesser known dishes—try the whole grilled scup recipe for yourself—and regional favorites like Hawaiian poke.
Bluefish has a rich flavor and is best served within a day of purchase. Farmed oysters are available year-round and range in flavor from sweet to briny.
Black sea bass has a mild, fresh, and somewhat delicate flavor. It can be paired with a range of foods to add a boost of low-fat protein and magnesium to a meal.
Scup is harvested by U.S. fishermen from Massachusetts to North Carolina. It’s lean and has a mild flavor. It’s one of eight delicious fish you may not have tried—yet!
NOAA Fisheries arms you with the facts about what makes U.S. seafood sustainable—from the ocean or farm to your plate. Get up-to-date information on the status of harvested marine fish and farmed fish, and learn more about U.S. seafood.