Kevin Halton, owner of Two Cousins Fish Market in Freeport, holds up a freshly caught striped bass. (Sept. 5, 2013) (Credit: Barbara Alper )
Are you tired of tilapia? Sick of salmon? Bored by branzino? Long Island's great fish markets are bursting with slim, silvery whiting, inky blackfish, vermilion snapper, opalescent mackerel, prehistoric-looking cod. Sometimes pompano will show up from Florida -- or mahi mahi from the Caribbean -- to mix it up with the little neck clams that were dug up just a few miles away.
If you're not...
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