In today's modern world, the art of home-cooked meals is losing ground to quick, convenient, often processed store and restaurant bought solutions. Whether we care to admit it or not, nutrition is rapidly becoming commoditized, and diligently making home-cooked meals to share at the dinner table the exception, not the norm.
A host of good intentions can be found in the refrigerator. That lettuce intended for a healthy salad is now a soupy mess in the crisper. The cucumber to be cut up and eaten as a snack? Half-rotten on the second shelf. The lone apple, passed over time and again? Bruised and neglected in the far back corner of the fridge.
Looking for a good catch of the day? I am not talking about a pretty girl or a handsome guy. This is about choosing seafood wisely and it is a complicated affair. With federal, state and international laws controlling the fishing industry, it is difficult for the bureaucracy to keep a watchful eye on the overall market.