ENJOY Louisiana Seafood at the peak of freshness
There’s a growing trend to eat locally whether purchasing fruit, vegetables and herbs from your farmers market, choosing meat, fowl and eggs from nearby farms, or buying domestic seafood to put on your kitchen table. By eating local you’re helping boost the local economy and eating fresher, healthier and tastier food because it spends less time in transit from farm to table.
Here in Louisiana, we’re lucky enough to be in proximity to some of the best seafood in the world harvested from the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana waterways.
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October is National Seafood Month and Deanie’s is celebrating with our outdoor fall concert series Bucktober Fridays. Celebrate with us every Friday In October at Deanie’s in Bucktown with great local live music, a full menu of fresh Louisiana seafood plus Charbroiled Oysters grilled to order! There are so many reasons to support seafood this month, especially the Gulf seafood of our region.
Deanie's Barbeque Shrimp, made with Jumbo Gulf-caught shrimp
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In recent years, people have become more conscious of healthy eating and want to eat lighter foods. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least two times per week. This means two servings of 3.5 ounces of cooked fish or about ¾ cup of flaked fish.
Fish is an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids and it’s usually low in saturated fat. Eating fish is believed to reduce the risk of dying of heart disease, and a recent study found eating baked or broiled fish weekly boosts brain health.
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