Seeking a healthy, high protein, low carb food to enjoy? Shrimp may be the answer. Whether or not people know the health facts surrounding shrimp, it’s not understatement that we love it! How much so? Well, a typical American will eat roughly 4 pounds of shrimp annually. So we get it, people love it, but […]
Here at N.C. Seafood, we love the holidays – there is such a feeling of joy and festivity in the air, and no matter how old we get, the magic doesn’t seem to go away! That being said, the holidays can also be a bit stressful with parties, shopping, and getting everything done on time. […]
Thanksgiving is just around the corner (we can’t believe it either!), and you are probably starting to plan your menu or getting your travel plans in order. If you haven’t started shopping or bought a turkey yet, make this Thanksgiving the year you shake things up a bit. Instead of serving turkey, how about you […]
Fish is an amazing source of omega-3s, but what does that mean? Learn more about how omega-3s can benefit your health!
Fight off the chill of fall with rich hearty seafood soup recipes!
The Keto Diet, short for the ketogenic diet, is the latest trend in weight loss that many people are finding success with. People on it eat foods high in fat, high in protein, and extremely low in carbs. This causes the body to go into ketosis, in which fats and proteins are broken down for […]
Learn how to reduce plastic that ends up in the ocean and harms fish and marine life!
We are so thrilled to now officially hold the title of the best Calabash style seafood restaurant in Raleigh! According to our numerous positive reviews, here’s why we’re the best.
Taking a night off from cooking dinner yourself to instead enjoy going to a restaurant is always nice. However, aside from all the basic perks, there are many reasons why you should let the seafood experts prepare your favorite dishes for you. Here are 5 benefits of enjoying seafood from a restaurant, rather than your home.
With record-breaking amounts of water dumped on parts of the Carolinas and overflowing of several water sources, how did Hurricane Florence effect fishing?