When Oregon shrimp fisherman Nick Edwards sent me pictures of his boat and catch for the Market Report by our North Pacific Bureau Chief Charlie Ess (page 4), he tossed in a few pics of some spectacular shrimp cocktails he had apparently whipped together for a party at his brother’s vineyard. I began to wonder how popular his family must be with easy access to fresh fish and local wine. Although the 2019 Oregon shrimp season wasn’t quite as productive as 2018 (down 9 million pounds and $7…

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