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Bluefin Tuna

  1. overfishing
    Fishing Commissions Agree to Plan to Restore Bluefin-Tuna PopulationsIts population has fallen 76 percent from historic levels.
  2. seafood
    Here’s a Bluefin Tuna That Just Sold for $632,000$1,356 per pound of endangered seafood.
  3. overfishing
    A New Warning Says We Could Run Out of Fish by 2048If something doesn’t change.
  4. Scary Seafood
    Radioactive Bluefin Arrive in CaliforniaSamples of tuna found off San Diego reveal celsium levels ten times of what is typical and traceable back to Japan’s leaking nuclear reactors.
  5. End of the Line
    There’s Never Been a Worse Time to Be a Bluefin TunaSomeone caught a very big fish off the coast of Japan.
  6. Mediavore
    Old City Neighbors Oppose Hotel Plans; Bluefin Tuna Is Still at RiskPlus the rate of eating disorders among kids is up, and Mario Batali is suing a labor rights group for crank calls to his restaurants, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Quote of the Day
    Lions Don’t Like WaterAdrian Grenier has probably seen ‘The Other Guys.’
  8. In the Magazine
    Underground Gourmet Gets Cheeky; Follow Blue Ribbon’s Cookbook TimelineSaltie and Cheeky are reviewed, a maple-roasted pineapple recipe, and more in the magazine this week.
  9. Mediavore
    When Michelle Obama Speaks, Kraft Listens; Is Portland the Food Truck Capital?Major food companies make changes with inspiration from Michelle Obama and an Oregon city might have L.A. beat on food trucks.
  10. Mediavore
    A Bayless-Approved CSA; Americans Go Wild for CheesePlus: is country ham the new bacon, and bluefin tuna fail to land UN protection, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Mediavore
    Americans Love Cheese; Is Ham the New Bacon?Plus: Bluefin tuna fails to land UN protection, and organic food sales plateau, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Mediavore
    Cornelia Guest Launches Catering Business; Americans Like Weird CheesePlus: Ham wants to be the new bacon, and bar codes of the future, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. Mediavore
    Stop & Shop Workers Could Strike; More Protection for BluefinPlus: the return of Slim Jims, and Vietnam’s bustling beer scene.
  14. Mediavore
    Soldiers Survives on Spam; EU Considers Bluefin Fishing BanAfter their helicopter was shot down, British troops lived off canned meat.
  15. Mediavore
    Vegetable Gardens Boost Morale; Ripert Loves Sustainable BluefinPlus: ‘Gourmet’ bets on TV, and the Chairman dances, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. Mediavore
    Celebs Tell Nobu to Lose the Tuna; Waterpod Strikes Deal With GreenmarketPlus: The country’s best food trucks and auction houses cut prices on cult wine.
  17. Mediavore
    Female Chefs on the Rise; Greenpeace Protests NobuPlus: sales rise at FreshDirect, and Sweetwater plans a bakery, all in our morning news roundup.
  18. Menu Changes
    Philippe Bans Shark Fin As Nobu Hedges on BluefinPhilippe Chow calls for a shark-fin boycott.
  19. Big Fish
    Sushi Moguls Buy Japan’s Priciest TunaAt $370 a pound, order discreetly.
  20. NewsFeed
    Eat Free Pecorino Pastas This WeekendBe in the right place over the next few days, and free Pecorino pastas will be yours.
  21. The New York Diet
    This Is Why Rapper MIMS Likes His Tea Hot Ever since his club banger “This Is Why I’m Hot” went to No. 1, Sean Mims has lived on the road, touring behind his new album, Music Is My Savior. What does he miss the most about his hometown? First off, the habichuela con dulce that push-cart vendors sell in his native Washington Heights. “It’s one of the best things,” he says. “It’s beans and a sweet milk mixed together with cookies. It’s almost like a thick sweet tea.” He didn’t make it uptown when he was in town this week for a show at Avalon, but over a plate of sautéed jumbo shrimp, string beans, and a hot tea at Keens Steakhouse he told us what else he’s been eating.