From a thriving industry in southeast Asia, the catch might end up on dinner plates almost anywhere in the world.
But you might be shocked to know how these fish are caught. Sometimes the boats are floating prisons crewed by slaves.
In this video report above, CNN's Dan Rivers explores the story of brothers Pheum Dina and Pheum Bolin, who were lured from Cambodia to work on the fishing boats three years ago. They say they were imprisoned on a Thai trawler for 3 months – with no pay and no chance to escape. They were slaves at sea.
Read Enslaved on 'ghost ships' at the CNN Freedom Project
Fame Bites goes inside the belly of the entertainment beast. We're dishing out where the celebrities are eating, what they're eating and who they're eating with.
Eva Longoria isn't your average "Desperate Housewife" - in fact, she's anything but.
Not only is she a lean, mean, guacamole-making machine, she owns two restaurants - Beso Hollywood and Beso Vegas - and has a new cookbook, "Eva's Kitchen: Cooking with Love for Family and Friends," out in stores now. She'll also be appearing on Piers Morgan Tonight at 9 p.m. ET on April 7.
5@5 is a daily, food-related list from chefs, writers, political pundits, musicians, actors, and all manner of opinionated people from around the globe.
Are you afraid of ... new food?
If you answered yes, please pleasepleasepleaseplease don't be. There's not an eggplant lurking in the shadows wearing a hockey mask, scout's honor.
Here's our two cents: If an unfamiliar edible ends up not being your thing, at least you can say you tried. The worst thing that's going to happen is that you're not going to like it. As we say in this neck of the woods, "if it tastes good, it is good" - at the end of the day, to each their own.
So if you're feeling brave and ready to venture into the market boondocks with wild abandon, Aida Mollenkamp, Cooking Channel host of “Ask Aida” and "FoodCrafters," is here to help you get started.
Adventure is out there!
Five Ways to Become a Food Adventurer: Aida Mollenkamp
McDonald's said Monday that it is planning a one-day hiring spree of 50,000 new workers on April 19 for its U.S. restaurants.
McDonald's (MCD, Fortune 500) said that these new "Mcjobs" will include crew and management positions, part-time and full-time.
McDonald's, which has 14,000 restaurants in the United States, said the hires will occur nationwide.
"We're excited to offer 50,000 new jobs, all across America, all in one day," said Jan Fields, president of McDonald's U.S.A.
Read McDonald's to hire 50,000 workers – in 1 day
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