HOW TO CHECK SEAFOOD FOR FRESHNESS According to a video program on checking for seafood freshness one should first smell the fish to ensure its freshness as demonstrated. Then look at the gills to ensure they're a nice red color and that the eyes are clear and check the eyes which should be clear and full, not sunken or cloudy.
Date: June 30, 1988 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:19:00, No Audio
FRESH FISH BARBECUE AT THE BEACH - 1960S A family enjoys a beachside picnic grilling freshly caught fish from the nearby ocean. Mom cooks the fish on the grill while Dad and the boys bring her another fish for the grill.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:15:00, No Audio
PEOPLE BUYING UP SEAFOOD AT THE MARKET - 1960S A wide variety of fish and shellfish are available for purchase at the Stagnaro Bros. Sea Food market. Pan out to the nearby parking lot and ocean beyond which provides the business with its product.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:30:00, No Audio
DR. DEAN EDELL PROGRAM ON MAKING SURE THE SEAFOOD & FISH ARE FRESH Montage of a program done by Dr. Dean Edell on health risks associated with spoiled seafood. Montage on fish and seafood being prepared then cut to seafood inspector Leland Lee whose nose has been trained to detect spoiled seafood. Cut to Dr. Edell who prepares to tell viewers how they can ensure their seafood is fresh.
Date: June 30, 1988 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:40:00, No Audio
SMELT FISHING IN NOVA SCOTIA Sprintime smelt fishing in Nova Scotia has evolved into a family tradition as Canadians go fish smelting at sundown during the annual season. Families gather just before sundown with nets to scoop up the fish as they move upstream with the tide. One man describes how to fish for smelt. "You just stick the net in very carefully on the top and go with the water. And you have to go fsst enough that your net don't turn over you see -- no secret at all, it's just patience, just stay up all night."
Date: May 26, 1985 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:25:00, With Audio
SMELT FISHING IN NOVA SCOTIA - 1 Smelt fishing in Nova Scotia is an annual event every spring with the locals and their families making a community event out of catching the fish. One local man sums up the attraction. "Oh the people around, we like sitting around the campfire and the fun at getting dirty outdoors." Other locals voice their views on the event.
Date: May 26, 1985 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:26:00, With Audio
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