July 24, 2014 at 1:00 am

Good stuff: Greenpeace seafood site, coconut cocktail, Pierogi Gals

One good website

Greenpeace has launched a new sustainable seafood website, seafood.greenpeaceusa.org/, designed to help shoppers easily understand how to buy sustainable fish from 43 grocery stores across the country, from Kroger to Whole Foods. It also includes a blog feed of latest news on oceans conservation and sustainable seafood.

One good cocktail

Make good use of your garden and some fresh mint with this coconut water mojito from the makers of Zico Pure Premium Coconut Water:

In a cocktail shaker, muddle the leaves from one mint sprig, add ½ lime and muddle again. Add the ice, 1 ½ ounces rum, and 1 ounce ZICO Pure Premium Coconut Water, and shake until cold. Pour into an Old Fashioned glass and garnish with the remaining mint sprig. Makes 1 cocktail.

One good pierogi

The Pierogi Gals — sisters Victoria Les and Karen Andrews, both of Grosse Pointe Woods, and their sister-in-law, Helen Les of Sterling Heights — make pierogis based on their grandmother’s recipe, but with gourmet fillings of spicy cheddar, mushroom and buffalo chicken, as well as apple and blueberry. The trio alternate appearances at the Birmingham, Farmington, Grosse Pointe Woods and West Park farmer’s markets, but their pierogies are also available in the freezer section at Oxford Beverage & Deli, Blue Bay Fish & Seafood Market (Grosse Pointe Woods), Randazzo’s, Produce Palace and Holiday Market in Canton Township. Prices range from $6.75-$8 for a package of 6 pierogies.

Make a coconut water mojito. (Zico)