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Chef Ara Babakhanian is serving a menu of small plates featuring Southern-style sliders; Moroccan meatballs; Chilean blue mussels and shrimp saganaki.
The blue mussels the Bateses grow are native to Alaska and much easier to manage, according to Weatherly.
Turbines in the North Sea provide a particularly enticing home for a type of tasty, edible mollusc called the blue mussel.
The state’s blue mussels are beloved by seafood fans near and far, but the size of the annual harvest has dipped in recent years.
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