Rock Fish is in season this month!
Rock Fish comes primarily from the Pacific Ocean, where they thrive at deep depths. All types of rockfish provide a low calorie protein. Continue reading
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Filed under Seafood Tips & Facts on January 27, 2014
Salmon is one of the most versatile fish available to us and makes a tasty blank palette for anyone to prepare. Here are just a few ways to play with your palette, and contribute to your healthy recipe book: Continue reading
Filed under Seafood Tips & Facts on January 23, 2014
The main trick to cooking scallops is to keep them hydrated. To achieve this while pan searing scallops pat your scallops thoroughly dry with a paper towel and season them to taste. Simple is great – salt and pepper may do the trick. Continue reading
Why KING Crab? First off a single King Crab leg cooked and served plain is 130 calories. The body of the crab often offers little meat, however, the legs are packed full of vitamins and minerals, and rich in Omega 3 fats. That means it helps reduce inflammation throughout your body and helps prevent cancer cell growth. Continue reading
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A common question that arises is what in the world is in season RIGHT NOW? Well, kicking off the New Year we have a few Shell Fish that are in their prime! That list includes Oysters, Muscles, Scallops, and Lobster!! Continue reading
Filed under Seafood Tips & Facts on January 8, 2014
At Pure Food Fish Market, we offer whole fish products or portioned fillets. When purchasing a whole Alaskan halibut and choosing to have it filleted, please note that the head and bones will have to be removed, resulting in a 65% yield of the original fish’s weight. Continue reading
Wild Alaskan Copper River king and sockeye salmon are the most sought-after varieties in the world due to their abundance of nutritional benefits. The Copper River season runs annually, from mid-May through the beginning of July. Continue reading