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Nutrition Facts – Chilean Sea Bass 8oz:Protein: 32gFat: 20gCarb: 5gIron: 1.4 mg One of our most popular selling fish is the Chilean Sea Bass, an exotic sounding fish who’s meat is an enigmatic shade of white. I am always answering the question “what is that WHITE fish next to the salmon….?” and I realized thatContinue reading “What is Chilean Sea Bass?”
Why not cook at home? There is nothing better, at this time of the year, than a nice grilled corn on the cob, and a big steamed lobster dinner. Many of my customers get their lobsters cooked by us at the market, where they are boiled and then placed in tin serving trays to beContinue reading “Cooking Lobsters at Home”
[Paleo, Gluten Free, Pescatarian] This recipe is the result of experimenting with pairing the salty and savory flavor of the scallops, with a fresh and tangy flavor of the fennel, red onion, and orange salad. My sister, Olivia, has a magnificent culinary creativity, and luckily she had a bulb of fennel to save this dish,Continue reading “Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops over Shaved Fennel and Orange Salad”
[Paleo, Gluten Free, Pescatarian] This is such a simple and delicious recipe that tastes like its a complex meal. The pan seared flounder is light and delicate, and the brown butter and fried capers adds a flavor that pairs excellently with roasted potatoes or roasted carrots. This dish works equally as well with sole filet,Continue reading “Pan Seared Flounder with Brown Butter and Fried Capers”
[Paleo, Gluten Free, Pescatarian] Squid are some of the oldest sea creatures that we have the pleasure of putting on our plates. They are cephalopods, millions of years old, and still thriving in our underwater ecosystems. They hold a special place in folklore with stories of great squid sinking ancient ships, and the truth behindContinue reading “Stuffed Squid with Eggplant and Tomato”
Squid, or calamari, is a delicious type of seafood. Most notably, a fried version of this prehistoric seafarer have a regular spot on the menus of Italian, Spanish and other Mediterranean cuisines. Many cold seafood salads have this fish in it because of how well it holds together, and how long it keeps after beingContinue reading “How to Clean Your Squid at Home”
[Paleo, Gluten Free] This Curry Blackened Shrimp is a delicious dish that is so simple and so tasty. The crispiness of the shrimp and the flavor of curry blend so well with the coconut cream puree. This is a meal that can be made in literally 20 minutes, so when you need a nice quickContinue reading “Curry Blackened Shrimp with Coconut Carrot Puree”
[Paleo, Gluten Free] These Salmon and Summer Squash Cakes are an excellent meal for breakfast! You can serve them with a poached egg and hollandaise sauce as well, or you can even toast a small slider roll and top with a Garlic and Lemon Aioli that you will learn how to make here! This isContinue reading “Salmon and Summer Squash Cakes”
Many customers struggle with the question, “how would you like your fish cleaned”. There are a myriad of ways to clean our fresh fish so here’s 8 different styles. Cleaned / Scaled and Gutted:This is a very common way to clean a whole fish. The fish will be scaled, meaning the scales will be removed.Continue reading “8 Different Ways to Clean Your Fish”
There is nothing better than a fire roasted clam, a squirt of lemon, and a cold beer on a cool summer night. But keeping your clams nice and happy until their delicious demise can prove to be tricky during the hot summer months. Here’s the best way to keep your beautiful bivalves nice and freshContinue reading “Keeping Your Clams Cold!”
[Paleo, Gluten Free, Pescatarian] Tuna is one of the most versatile fish you can eat. If you have ever eaten sushi, you know how fresh and savory a slice of Tuna dipped in soy sauce can be. Tuna is equally delicious when seared gently on each side, and served rare in the middle like aContinue reading “Pistachio Crusted Pan Seared Tuna Steaks”
Figuring out the amount of seafood you need for a particular dinner is quite tricky. The answer to the question of quantity for your meal are very individual to the people eating. Here I will try to break down the different factors in portioning your seafood dinner, so you aren’t wasting money on extra fish.Continue reading “Properly Portioning Your Seafood Dinner”