It is very exciting because it is a chance for the public of Salem to try some excellent European Green crab and European flat oyster food!
When we went to Beverly pier some of the things we found on the dock were a northern sea star, a club tunicate, and a didemnum tunicate. The only one that is a native species to the USA is the sea star. We also saw fish, some that looked like minos. Then we got back… Read More Beverly pier
1st You added a small amount of water to the pot 2nd You put the oysters in the pot 3rd You let the oysters steam for a bout 5 to 10 minutes we checked the oysters every few minutes to see if they had opened(this means that they are done) 4th You take out the… Read More Instructions on cooking invasive european flat oysters
The European Green Crab is a medium sized crab with three blunt spines between the eyes, and 5 pointed spines on either side of their eyes Kill green crabs before they kill off important species that help our native species you can tell that green crabs are around if you notice pieces of chewed eel… Read More Help us kill the green crabs before it’s too late!!
Trapping is one of the most important part of killing the green crabs. It would be pointless without the traps. A good bait to use is dead fish organs but their favorite thing to eat are mussels. It is simple to make your own trap with the right materials. what we used were: 1.… Read More Trapping the things that are eating our food
Clean items One table spoon of bleach and one cup of water Soak items for one minute Dry the items Spray the dry items with polyurethane Paint the items if you want Let items dry Enjoy your new jewelry!
1st We fill our cooking pot with water 2in from the top and let boil for 4-5 min 2nd We put the green crabs in the pot and added teaspoon of old bay seasoning 3rd We left the crabs in the pot for 5-10min Then you peel the crab and eat the body(not the shell… Read More Green crabs cooking 101