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If you enjoy eating or cooking seafood, you know how important it is to consume only freshest from the sea. The best restaurants accept only the freshest seafood for all their menu items. Why? When consumed, stale, tainted, improperly stored fish and shellfish can result in illness within 30 minutes after consumption. To the average consumer's eye, it is often difficult to determine the freshness of seafood. Thankfully, skilled cooks in good restaurants rely on a few tricks up their sleeves to determine freshness.

Alligator meat is quite the exotic delicacy with a texture and taste resembling that of chicken. In some parts of the world, gator meat is just as common as beef. In fact, it dominated some traditional cuisines in the Southern United States during the mid-1800s. Today, gator meat can be enjoyed fried or as a main ingredient in a gumbo.

Every time you go out to eat can be a special treat. Dining, after all, is an experience especially when enjoyed with the ones you love. It's a fancy excuse to get dressed up a bit and bond with family and friends without having to worry about who will wash the dishes.

If you happen to find yourself in the land of sun and white beaches, you might be looking for something to tame your thirst and get you into a festive mood. Many of the people who visit the bars in Orange Beach, AL love to enjoy a spread of different cocktails and alcoholic beverages.