What better reason to travel than trying to these amazing foods?
Massachusetts health and fishery officials are reopening oyster beds that have been closed for several weeks because of naturally occurring bacterial contamination.
The recent closures of Massachusetts oyster beds due to bacterial contamination have caused angst in the state’s small but growing oyster industry.
The real threat to our well-being this summer? The rash of oyster heists down the Cape.
Whether you want to get down and dirty as you peel and crack your way through shellfish or sip wine and savor caviar and a raw bar, Boston has many seafood spots to choose from, each with their own specialty.
The state is making changes after five people got sick from raw oysters last summer.
WBZ’s Jordan Rich talks with Annie Copps, senior food editor of Yankee Magazine, about The Island Creek Oyster Festival.