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Don’t be selfish with shellfish

Prawn and shellfish recipes that are just too good to keep all to oneself so we are sharing them. Not just prawns, but crayfish, too.

Red tide toxin in Sabah continues to make shellfish unsafe to eat

KOTA KINABALU: It is still not advisable to consume shellfish, as the level of red tide toxin recorded in various parts of Sabah sea continues to be high.

Sabah shellfish still toxic

KOTA KINABALU: It is still not advisable to consume shellfish because the level of red tide toxins recorded in various parts of the seas in Sabah continues to be high.

Shellfish farming the right way

A COCKLES Management Committee has been set up to look into creating a standard operating procedure for farming shellfish.

Two cases of paralytic shellfish poisoning reported in Labuan

LABUAN: Two cases of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) have been reported in Labuan following the red tide phenomenon in the waters off the island, which was detected since early this month.

Shellfish spread for seafood lovers at Hatten Hotel

MALACCA: Seafood lovers can now sink their teeth into shellfish in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours at Hatten Hotels bountiful buffet.

Shellfish shopping

Eating smart #8211; you#8217;ve got lots of healthy choices when it comes to shellfish, write SHELDON MARGEN and DALE A. OGAR.

Avoid shellfish in Sabah’s west coast

KOTA KINABALU: Consuming shellfish in Sabah should still be avoided as red tide is still prevailing in waters off the state’s west coast.

Shellfish favourites

SHELLFISH menu will be the order of the day for two weeks ending on Aug 15 at Kim Ma Chinese Restaurant. Favourite shellfish dishes cooked in various preparation styles will be made available by chef Roy Wong and his team. Among the types of shellfish recommended are mantis prawn, Scotland Clam and Coral Clam.

Shellfish in Kuantan Port waters poisonous

KUANTAN: The public is advised not to pick or consume shellfish like cockles and mussels in the Kuantan Port waters at Tanjung Gelam as they are contaminated with paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP).