We’re calling out the trends we see taking off next year, from how to shop to where to book a table before everyone else does
1. Seafood CSAsIt started with kale and kohlrabi, then expanded to eggs and meat. Now the noble CSA model is supporting seafood programs like Siren SeaSA, Cape Ann Fresh Catch, and Port Clyde Fresh Catch, which bring sparkling-fresh fish to your kitchen. Crate to Plate, based in Midcoast Maine, lets subscribers lease lobster traps (you can pick and track yours online) and guarantees delivery of at least 40 lively critters during peak season. Sign up now; traps go fast. cratetoplate.com
https://seagrant.mit.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/MIT_MITSG_EqualFocus_Logo_White_large.png00ntmadminhttps://seagrant.mit.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/MIT_MITSG_EqualFocus_Logo_White_large.pngntmadmin2011-12-21 15:24:222019-05-08 12:38:28Seafood CSAs, including Cape Ann Fresh Catch, chosen by Bon Appetit as #1 trend for 2012 in "25 Things to Eat, Drink, and Cook in 2012"