PHOTO-ESSAY/ VIDEO/ LINKS. Mussels, clams, and other recreationally harvested mussels in San Mateo County are unsafe to eat. California Department of Public Health has detected elevated levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) toxins in mussels in Pacifica. The sample was over the 80g/100g alert level. For your safety, please do not consume any shellfish until further notice.
For the most up to date information, contact the California Department of Public Health’s Marine Biotoxin Program, at 1-800-553-4133, or click here.
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In The Sea Forager’s Guide to the Northern California Coast, Kirk Lombard combines a startling depth of knowledge with wry humor and colorful storytelling to guide readers’ quests to hook fish, dig clams, and pick seaweed for themselves. Leighton Kelly’s stunning, occasionally idiosyncratic illustrations complement practical instructions for gathering a variety of fish and seafood and delicious recipes for what to do with each catch. Lombard, a former staff member at the state Department of Fish and Game and founder of the foraging tour company/seafood delivery service Sea Forager Seafood, insists that his readers follow all regulations and encourages sustainable practices above and beyond what the State of California requires. This quirky and useful how-to is sure to inspire an empowering epicurean adventure.
Winner: Northern California Book Awards 2017
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Spotting the Horseneck Clam hole. Dig around the center of the hole.
Innkeeper Worm volcano-like holes.
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Innkeeper worm up close.
Horseneck Clam and Kirk Lombard of Sea Forager.
Playing with Innkeeper Worms, Digging up Innkeeper Worms, Opening the Horseneck Clam, Filleting the Horseneck Clam:
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