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Fresh News From the Coast!
7-1-16
We love it when you take our fresh fish and seafood along with you on your picnics, barbecues and any other summer dining events with friends and family.
 
That being said, we wanted to take a moment before the festivities begin to remind you of these FDA published serving guidelines once your seafood is cooked and ready to be enjoyed.
  • Never leave seafood or other perishable food out of the refrigerator for more than 2 hours or for more than 1 hour when temperatures are above 90ºF. Bacteria that can cause illness grow quickly at warm temperatures (between 40ºF and 140ºF).
  • Carry picnic seafood in a cooler with a cold pack or ice. When possible, put the cooler in the shade and keep the lid closed as much of the time as you can.
  • When it’s party time, keep hot seafood hot and cold seafood cold: 
  • Divide hot party dishes containing seafood into smaller serving platters. Keep platters refrigerated until time to reheat them for serving.
  • Keep cold seafood on ice or serve it throughout the gathering from platters kept in the refrigerator.
From all of us at Motts Channel Seafood we wish you a happy and safe 4th of July weekend! We're open regular hours all weekend long! 
Video Recipe:  Shrimp Pasta Salad
Motts Channel Seafood's Alison Long opens up her family recipe book and shares via video a crowd pleasing favorite recipe perfect for preparing and serving this holiday weekend. To watch more of our "how to" videos please click here.
 
New t's and visors arriving today!

If your t-shirt drawer looks more like storage for soon-to-be dust cloths, it's time for you to stop in and grab a new Motts Channel Seafood t-shirt.  New colors and expanded sizes are arriving TODAY.

By popular demand we now also stock both white and dark pink ladies' cut v-neck t's.

Read below on how you might be able to take one home...for free!

And don't forget our visors! They are perfect for a day at the beach, on the boat or to shade your eyes at your favorite fishing spot!
It's our newest giveaway and it starts on July 5th.  On the first Tuesday of each month one lucky customer will be given the chance to pick out and take home the Motts Channel Seafood t-shirt of their choice. No purchase necessary. Just stop in and our secret shopper just might make you a winner!

No Fishing License Needed to Fish on July 4th

July 4 is “free fishing day” in North Carolina. From 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., anyone can fish without having to pay for a fishing license in all public waters, including coastal waters. While everyone — residents and non-residents alike — can fish in public waters without a license on July 4, all other fishing regulations, including length and daily possession limits, as well as bait and tackle restrictions. For more information please click here.

Get Your Boom On!
Wilmington 4th of July Celebration
 
6:00 PM
July 4, 2016  
 
New Location!
North Waterfront Park - Harnett and North Front Street – Downtown Wilmington
Admission: FREE!
 
The downtown Wilmington 4th of July Celebration convenes at North Waterfront Park and features food, live music with Machine Gun, and fireworks beginning at 9:05pm. PARKING INFORMATION: City and county decks charge $7; Cape Fear Community College decks charge $5; the Wilmington Convention Center charges $8; and the Water Street parking deck will charge $10. On-street parking is free.
 
Click here for more information.

 
Save the Date. More exciting details coming soon!
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