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Tip of the Month: How to Clean and Shuck Oysters

By | September 14th, 2016|Kitchen Tips, Seafood Tips|

Oysters continue to be one of life’s greatest and tastiest mysteries. If you’ve ever looked at an oyster, odds are you’ve asked yourself who was the brave soul who first decided to eat an oyster. Aesthetically speaking, they’re not that appealing to the eye, or nose for that matter. They’re gray, slimy, and smell a [...]

Recipe of the Month: Stir Fried Oysters

By | September 7th, 2016|Kitchen Tips, Recipe of the Month, Recipes|

Happy September, This month, we’re celebrating our slow descent into Fall with one of our favorite recipes—Oyster Stir Fry. A little bit off the beaten path, this recipe combines the best of the ocean, with the best of the Farmers Market. Like most of our recipes, this dish is highly adaptable and can be customized [...]

Four Sneaky Ways to Get your Kids to Eat More Fish

By | August 31st, 2016|Kitchen Tips|

The time is upon us yet again. The days are getting shorter. Yellow school buses are out in full force. The stores are packed with parents frantically searching for last minute supplies. School is back in session. As we prepare to send our littlest learners off to school for another school year, most of us [...]

Sauvignon Scallop And Mushroom Pasta

By | August 24th, 2016|Recipes|

Slide into Autumn with this scrumptious Sauvignon Scallop and Clam Mushroom Pasta. Autumn is just around the corner and odds are you’re beginning to look forward to cooler temperatures and the gorgeous fall foliage the season brings with it. Savory and flavorful, our latest recipe of the month is designed to get your taste buds [...]

Salmon Three Ways: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

By | August 17th, 2016|Recipes, Seafood Tips|

So you love salmon? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Salmon continues to be one of the most widely consumed fish. The reasoning is simple. Salmon is fairly inexpensive, healthy and easy to prepare. But while cooking Salmon itself is a breeze, it can often be difficult to come up with creative ways to prepare it. [...]

Fall Seafood Guide: What To Eat, And What To Avoid

By | August 10th, 2016|Seafood Tips|

Autumn is just around the corner and while the flames of our outdoor grills are slowly flickering out, we’re looking forward to the change that fall brings-- mainly the seafood. With fall comes a whole new crop of delicious fish to choose from. Still, one of the biggest myths we often hear about seafood is [...]

Catch of the Month: Sea Scallops

By | August 3rd, 2016|Catch of the Month|

We’re celebrating our slow decent into cooler weather with an autumn favorite, Scallops. Fresh and full of flavor, scallops are often considered a delicacy. Like most seafood, scallops are rich in essential nutrients and vitamins, including: Omega-3 fatty acids. They are also high in protein but low in calories, making them as healthy as they [...]

Freshen Your Seafood Using This Secret Trick

By | July 27th, 2016|Seafood Tips|

If you’ve ever cooked fish at home, odds are your experienced the unpleasant odor often associated with seafood. While seafood is one of the single greatest sources of protein we can consume, it can be difficult to get past the smell. Today, we’re spilling the beans on a secret rule that most experienced chefs swear [...]

How to Pan-Fry Fish, The Right Way

By | July 20th, 2016|Seafood Tips|

Nothing is more frustrating than shelling out big bucks on expensive fish, only to end up with an overcooked, inedible flop.  Let’s face it, cooking fish is a bit more involved than tossing a burger on the grill, so most of us tend to avoid it out of fear. But this doesn’t have to the [...]

Baked Mackerel with Tomato Caper Sauce

By | July 13th, 2016|Kitchen Tips, Recipes|

This succulent Mackerel dish comes with a bold taste that will add an extra punch of flavor to your dinner menu Now that summer is in full swing, most families are trading in heavier dishes for light, easy-to-cook meals that complement the summer weather. Known mostly for its oily taste, Mackerel has a bold flavor [...]