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Seafood guacamole makes a luxurious, no-cook weeknight dinner

Sometimes a weeknight dinner can be a luxurious. There's no rule against that, right? I was inspired to make this seafood guacamole – with shrimp and crab – after spending time with Roberto Santibañez's "Truly Mexican" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011).

Happy Hour of the Week: The Barrel Steak & Seafood House

One of the best Happy Hours in recent memory, the discounts at the Barrel Steak & Seafood House are extensive: $4 draft beer; $5 Crown Royal; $7 top shelf and signature cocktails; and eight menu items for $8 each.

FDA food testing finds contamination by ‘forever chemicals’

The Food and Drug Administration found substantial levels of a worrisome class of nonstick, stain-resistant industrial compounds in some grocery store meats and seafood and in off-the-shelf chocolate cake, according to FDA researchers.

Feds and Walmart allege canned tuna prices fixed

Executives of the most popular tuna brands in the U.S. – Chicken of the Sea, Bumble Bee and StarKist – conspired regularly to keep prices high for consumers with a taste for one of America’s favorite sandwich ingredients, according to criminal and civil court records updated this week.

Crab boats tied up as strike extends up and down West Coast

Dungeness crab could be harder to come by if hundreds of fishing boats remain tied up at docks from California to Washington state by a dispute between crabbers and seafood processors over the price of the sought-after crustaceans.

Crabbing halted from northern Oregon to California border

State agriculture officials in Oregon have shut down commercial and recreational crabbing in coastal waters from Tillamook Head along the northern coast to the California border because of high levels of domoic acid found in the crabs’ flesh.

Seattle-based Icicle Seafoods to be bought by Cooke Aquaculture

One of the biggest players in East Coast salmon farming has announced plans to acquire one of the largest seafood processors in Alaska. Officials with Cooke Aquaculture said they have signed a deal to purchase Icicle Seafoods. Financial terms of the acquisition have not been disclosed.