When Capt. Dave Marciano isn't piloting his boat, Hard Merchandise, from its home port of Gloucester, Mass., to the waters of the North Atlantic in search of tuna, haddock and other fish, he might be found in the kitchen at home.
"The kids seem to think I'm a pretty good cook," Marciano, who plies his trade on National Geographic Channel's Sunday hit "Wicked Tuna" tells Zap2it. "They enjoy it when I cook."
As Marciano explains, one side benefit of the fisherman's life is being first in line for the freshest seafood possible, whether it's tuna steaks, haddock or even lobsters.
"Anytime I want seafood," he tells Zap2it, "I just need to bring whatever we caught for the day home from work."
As for specific recipes, Marciano shares one from his Grandma Angie, an Italian immigrant who encouraged the young fisherman -- the first in the profession from »
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