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    Cooking with Marilyn Show

    Tom Keegan is a special guest on the "Cooking with Marilyn" show.


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    Dining in a seafood market? At Keegan’s, can do

    If you expect to smell something fishy while dining at Keegan’s Specialty Seafood Market, you’ll be pleasantly disappointed. No fish odor of any kind can the nose detect.


    That’s why dining in the market proper works for me, even with the seafood case and all the fresh fish right there, in view and a few feet away. Simply put, there is no odor-period.
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    Served: Keegan's Lobsta Roll

    Served: Keegan's Lobsta Roll


    Served: The series that takes you into the kitchens (and minds) of the chefs, cooks, and food-enthusiasts that make Cincinnati's culinary life so uniquely robust, diverse, and of course ... delicious.
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    Keegan's Seafood open on Hyde Park Square

    Keegan's Seafood open on Hyde Park Square


    Keegan's Seafood has opened on Hyde Park Square, Polly Campbell writes:

    The second location of Keegan's Seafood opened in Hyde Park Square early this month.

    It offers fresh seafood for sale, along with prepared items to take home, plus a short seafood lunch menu. You can also select a fish from the case, take it next door to Alfio's Buon Cibo restaurant, where they will cook it for you.
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    Keegan's Seafood opens on Hyde Park Square

    Keegan's Seafood opens on Hyde Park Square


    The second location of Keegan's Seafood opened in Hyde Park Square early this month.

    It offers fresh seafood for sale, along with prepared items to take home, plus a short seafood lunch menu. You can also select a fish from the case, take it next door to Alfio's Buon Cibo restaurant, where they will cook it for you...

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    Keegan's Seafood Expanding to Second Location

    NEW LOCATION NOW OPEN - New Keegan’s Seafood in Hyde Park Square


    Tom Keegan, who owns Keegan’s Seafood in Anderson Township, is planning to open a second location on Hyde Park Square. Just as in his original store, he’ll sell fresh seafood, but will also have an emphasis on prepared foods, and a large table and a few booths to sit and eat. He also promises the best lox and bagels in town, with bagels made by Jean-Paul’s Paradisio, homemade cream cheese, and lox imported from Brooklyn. It won’t be a restaurant, Keegan says–everything will be served to-go...

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    Keegan's Seafood Expanding to Second Location

    NEW LOCATION OPENING SOON


    Cincinnati’s premier source for top-quality seafood, Keegan’s Specialty Seafood Market, is expanding to a second location. Owner Tom Keegan has announced plans for a store on Hyde Park Square at 2724 Erie Avenue. Keegan says the new location should open by the end of January.

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    Foodography: Keegan's Seafood

    CincinnatiMagazine.Com
    Keegan's Specialty Seafood Market, an unassuming Salem Road storefront, is like a time-space portal whose other end opens on a dock somewhere along the New England coast. Well, perhaps that's an exaggeration, but only a little: Nearly every fish, scallop, crab leg, and oyster was in the water less than 48 hours before it was put on ice in the market's refrigerated case ...

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    How to Grill a Whole Fish the Tom Keegan Way

    CincinnatiMagazine.Com - 7/1/2012
    Tom Keegan is a native Long Islander, lifelong fisherman, and enthusiastic cook. As the owner of Keegan's Specialty Seafood Market in Anderson Township, he hand-selects the finest fish and seafood from around the world to be shipped daily to his store. When purchasing a whole fish, Keegan recommends you buy from a reputable fishmonger, and only fish that is in season. While salmon is a popular choice and readily available ...

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    St. Vincent de Paul Receives Over $3,000 From Salem Business District

    Cincinnati.Com Community Press - March 10, 2011
    I was on hand yesterday for a rather exciting local food event: The first ranched paddlefish caviar harvest from Big Fish Farms. Renee Koerner, the owner of this local business, has made a kilo or two of caviar in the past, and 2013 will be her big harvest. (It takes 9 or 10 years for female paddlefish to start producing eggs) She has about 200 fish this year to harvest, but they're not all female and not all the females have eggs. She hopes to end up with about 200 pounds of caviar.

    "...Keegan Seafood in Anderson Township is selling paddlefish for $17.99/ pound...."
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    Cincinnati.Com Community Press - June 16, 2010
    The Salem Business District, comprised of local businesses situated on or near Salem Road in Mt. Washington, recently held a month-long fundraiser and food drive for St. Vincent de Paul. The businesses pitched in, offering donations when customers bought special items and collected food donations within their retail locations. Over $3,000 was raised through the effort.

    “As business owners, we wanted to help our neighbors. We all feel that it is important to give back to our community,” said Bryan Kauffeld, owner of Ulmer’s Auto Care Center and a founding member of the Salem Business District. Ulmer’s Auto Care donated $5 from each oil change the service center performed in April.
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    7 Days for SIDS kicks off Sunday

    Cincinnati.Com Community Press - June 3, 2010
    7 Days for SIDS kicks off Sunday
    7 Days for SIDS, the week-long fund-raising event for a charity started by chef Jean-Robert de Cavel and his wife, Annette, kicks off for its eighth year Sunday and ends June 13.

    The various events of the week are the biggest single source of fundraising for the SIDS Network of Ohio, which raises money for education, grief support and research into Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Many babies still die each year from SIDS, but accurate statistics are unavailable. The de Cavels lost their first daughter to it.
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    Cincinnati.Com Community Press - May 12, 2010
    HEALTHY WAY TO PREPARE FISH, 'CHIPS'
    I got a bonus of sorts when I stopped at Keegan's Seafood on Salem Avenue in Mount Washington for my fresh seafood "fix."

    Outside the store was the cutest little couple selling produce, herbs and veggie plants. Mr. and Mrs. Klug come from Fayettville and grow the produce themselves.

    I bought some heirloom yellow tomato plants, a rhubarb plant, and some beautiful purple basil. They are there a couple times a week, so if you're in the neighborhood, stop by to see Tom Keegan and these truck farmers.
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    Cincinnati.Com Community Press - February 17, 2010
    HIGH SEASON FOR SEAFOOD
    Fishmonger Tom Keegan's All About Quality and Education

    "I'm not accustomed to eating seafood for breakfast, save for the occasional smoked salmon bagel. But one recent morning, I stopped by Keegan's Seafood in Anderson Township to talk about seafood and Lent, and ended up eating fresh scallops, shrimp and tuna with a cup of strong coffee."...Click Here to read more!


    Cincinnati.Com Community Press - November 7, 2007
    KEEGAN'S TIPS FOR PERFECTLY COOKED SEAFOOD
    "The more I know the more I realize I don't know. Take, for instance a class I took with Jess, my daughter-in-law and friends at Keegan's in Mount Washington. Proprietor Tom Keegan and chef Amy Garvey whipped up an impressive array of delicious seafood served with appropriate wines."...Click Here to read more!