Monday, May 24, 2010

Fiddleheads and Other Unique Food Delights Found in Camden, Maine

"CAMDEN, Maine (May 3, 2010) – The arrival of fiddleheads near the forest and glass eels at the shore this spring marks the beginning of the dining season in Maine’s Midcoast, where the cuisine retains its unique flavor, even as it grows in sophistication and national recognition.

For decades, visitors and residents alike have enjoyed the traditional fare found in the Camden Hills, where lobster and other seafood arrive fresh from the ocean each day. More recently, though, the public has begun to understand just how much innovative cooking is being done by Midcoast chefs, with local ingredients such as the prehistoric-looking fiddlehead ostrich fern and tiny glass eels – 300 to 400 per pound – that are migrating from ocean to river." 
Read the rest of the article here "Unique Ingredients Foster Growth of Innovative Cusine", PR Maine, May 3, 2010.  Learn more about Camden, Maine.

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