Fall Seafood Series

Hot summer nights have come to a close and we’re celebrating Fall Fishes! Instead of slurping ice-cold oysters and little necks to beat the heat, we’ve teamed up with Dave’s to bring you cozy comfort fishes to share with friends and family around fall fires, on movie nights, and for holiday celebrations. Rhode Island’s seafood economy doesn’t stop when the nights get cooler. Our fishermen are dedicated to supplying fresh and local catches all year-round.


As holidays approach, varying cultures celebrate seafood differently, whether its indulging in the Feast of the Seven Fishes, preparing Christmas Eve Lutefisk, hogging the crab dip on New Years’ Eve, enjoying Bacalao a la Vizcaína, or enjoying new traditions.


This book was created to celebrate the abundance of fall species available at your local seafood markets. Each recipe is meant to be enjoyed in good company, while having the ability to be modified based on preference or occasion, and applied to species that are in season.

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As the holidays approach, use the RI Local Seafood Finder to locate seafood venues near you where you can source fresh fish and shellfish! Everyone loves Thanksgiving turkey, but seafood is an alternate choice that is equally as delicious and readily available.

Local Seafood Finder

Recipe of the month!

From our partners at Fresh Harvest Kitchen

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What's Swimming

LASA Grants- Grant application period from October 1 to November 31

The Local Agriculture and Seafood Act (LASA) Grants program provides grants that directly benefit and strengthen the local food system in Rhode Island. The goal of the LASA grant program is to support growth, development, and marketing of local food and seafood in the state.


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Let's welcome newcomers to RI Seafood




Upcoming events

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November 20: SMC Meeting

Locations: RI Commerce

Time: 12 PM - 2 PM


Updates on the RI Seafood program, with small bites provided by Dune Bros.

November 29: Cook a Fish Give a Fish

Time: 6 PM


Chef Eric will be teaching how to prepare Chicken Fried Monkfish with Dressed Cabbage. This is a virtual cooking class.



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* Monthly projections are based of monthly landing reports from the Department of Marine Fisheries from 2022. Data is subject to the Rule of Three, which requires that all data points be aggregated to include at minimum, three harvesters, three vessels, and three dealers to be considered non-confidential.*


JORDYN KASTLUNGER

Fisheries Marketing Specialist

C: (619) 278-8275

Jordyn.Kastlunger.ctr@dem.ri.gov

RI Seafood Marketing Collaborative Website

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