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This Hotel Is Now Serving Lionfish Ceviche

 One of the Caribbean’s greenest resorts is now doing its part for the blue, too. The Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort in Aruba has officially put lionfish on the menu, in an effort to help with the fight against the …

The Caribbean’s Unknown Island

 In Saba, finding the Caribbean island of also  By Alexander Britell SABA – I’ve got a tab at Zanzi Bar. It’s the same Zanzi Bar it’s always been, except now it’s a new bar. A week ago, Luis, a native …

VIDEO: A Grouper Eats a Lionfish

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The invasive lionfish is an increasing problem in the Caribbean, and more and more people continue to devise ways of tackling the problem. But nature may be working on its own fight against the invasive species. …

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 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor What’s our preferred way to control the population of lionfish invading Caribbean waters? By eating them, of course! So today we’re sharing this recipe for bite-size fish burgers that not only taste good but do …

 Above: a lionfish (Photo: Abel Valdivia) By the Caribbean Journal staff Bermuda’s government says it has completed a Control Plan to deal with the problem of the invasive lionfish. The plan was developed by a partnership including the island’s government, …

 Above: a lionfish (Photo: Abel Valdivia) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s lionfish problem will not get better without vigilant management of the species, according to a new study from researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel …

 By Jim Hart, Stacy Frank and Courtney PlattOp-Ed Contributors The lionfish’s day of reckoning may be at hand, however a modest reckoning it may be. These beautiful, voracious feeders, with a prodigious reproductive rate of up to 30,000 eggs every …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbados is urging seafarers to report any sightings of the invasive lionfish species, which has been spreading across the Caribbean, from Jamaica to Cayman. The recent capture of a specimen off the west coast of …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The invasive Lionfish has spread across the Caribbean – from the Cayman Islands to Grenada. The continued threat has led to some unusual solutions – like that of renowned Chef Michael Schwartz, whose eponymous restaurant …

 By Alexander Britell In just over three years in Miami, Chef Michael Schwartz has risen to the top of the culinary scene and won the top honor for any American chef, the James Beard Foundation award, last year for his …