|Where there used to be a road: Todville at 10th Street in Seabrook, as of yesterday (August 24, 2013).|
|It's no picnic driving on Waterfront Drive either, where there is barely any right-of-way defined.|
Because that's where the fish markets are, including Rose's Seafood, Golden Seafood, and others. Somewhere in this ridiculous stack of blog posts, I've griped previously about not being able to buy decent fin fish or shellfish in our local grocery stores (I wonder will this finally change now that Fresh Market is coming to Clear Lake?!). And with my recent harvests of okra and bell pepper, I needed Gulf shrimp so I could make jambalaya.
|It has to be done with fresh Gulf shrimp, our shrimp. It simply doesn't work with that farm-raised, alfalfa-tasting stuff imported from Asia, but that's what I find in mainstream grocery stores.|
|Some with seafood bags in hand, but the faint of heart appeared not to be making the trip either on foot or by car yesterday.|