Posts Tagged ‘snakehead’

Snakes on a Plate: Snakehead Abounds, Except on Menus

Since the northern snakehead turned up in a lake in Crofton, Md., in 2002, the fish has loomed in the public imagination as a dark, monstrous invader. The presence of snakehead worried scientists, who knew that any invasive species poses an ecological threat; it concerned recreational anglers, who fretted that the snakehead, which has no […]

What To Eat Tonight: Prosciutto-Wrapped Snakehead at Dino

Dino's Dean Gold is the latest D.C. chef to embrace one of the hottest trends in the sustainable seafood movement. Tonight, he's serving up snakehead—the invasive species from Asia that is overtaking Chesapeake-area rivers and "a fish you can feel good about depleting," as Volt's Bryan Voltaggio told the Baltimore Sun last summer. Gold is […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Nine-Pounder Edition

Think you can finish BGR: The Burger Joint's nine-pounder? Only one brave soul has managed to. [WaPo] Here's what José Andrés teaches us about corporate leadership [Government Executive] D.C. restaurants have some pretty interesting bathrooms. [Washingtonian] Our most delicious local invasive species, the Snakehead, is now being served to upscale diners in Manhattan restaurants. [HuffPo] […]

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