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On the bank of the Amazon River

For those living on the banks of the river fishing is obviously important as a food source. On one of our excursions a father and son brought their dugout canoe up to the side of our skiff  to show us their catch. There were four different fish varieties in their haul for the day.

Creating craft products for sale from local resources like shells or seed pods is another important way of life.

yellowtailWhile dining out in Honolulu (Fine Food in Honolulu : a Sampler) I found myself confused on menu items such as hamachi, kampachi, and kanpachi which all seemed to be terms for yellowtail. Always wanting to improve my vocabulary I turned to the web to clarify these terms. I found the clearest explanation in a blog post Yellowtales in The Edible Ocean blog written by  fishmonger, MJ Gimbar.  

So as I understand it Hamachi, Kona Kampachi, Kanpachi and also Buri  and Hiramasa,...

Bouillabaisse at FishworksFishworks
91 Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver
Ph: (778) 340-3449

Having enjoyed the experience of traveling by Canada Line and Seabus over to Lonsdale Quay to dine at Lolo on 2nd Avenue, I decided to repeat the adventure on the evening we were going to see Plan B at Presentation House on Chesterfield and W. 3rd Street in North Vancouver.

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