Wanna stop invasive catfish? Eat them!

Because of the recent surge in population of invasive blue catfish, other important species in the Chesapeake Bay, including blue crab, rockfish and flounder, are struggling to survive. The owners of Washington, D.C.-based Black Restaurant Group, which operate five restaurants and a fish market, wanted to do something to help alleviate the problem – and show diners how delicious blue catfish is. One of its popular restaurants, Pearl Dive Oyster Palace, recently began offering a “Beat the Blu…

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