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  • Fresh, Alaskan Halibut Now Available at Seattle’s
    Pure Food Fish Market

    Overnight Ship Anywhere in the U.S. via FreshSeafood.com

    SEATTLE, WASH. – Fresh Alaskan Halibut first catch of the new season is now available at Seattle’s Pure Food Fish Market, located in the world-famous Pike Place Market, and will be in-stock through November 2014. Fresh Halibut is currently being caught off the coast of Alaska, and in the coming weeks will be available from the cold waters off the coast of Washington State.

    Adored around the world for its white flakey meat, fresh Halibut has a delicious, mild flavor and is easy to prepare baked or broiled. Pure Food Fish Market takes fresh seafood orders online at FreshSeafood.com and ships anywhere in the United States via FedEx overnight, guaranteeing freshness upon delivery.
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  • How to Steam King Crab Legs

    Posted on February 3, 2014 in Crab Legs Facts

    Something about eating with your hands, and working for what you are eating makes that tender lovin’ meat that much more enjoyable. Well, King Crab legs is one of a few ways to get away with playing with your food. Did you know that King Crab legs are already cooked when you purchase them? Why? King Crab legs are cooked on the fishing boats or immediately upon landfall to preserve freshness. They need only to be adequately heated before eating. One of our favorite and healthiest preparations is to steam those puppies.

    You want to let the water in the bottom of the steamer pot come to a boil, then add the crab legs in the steamer and cover. You’ll know they are heated all the way through when you can smell them. Roll up your sleeves and snag some scissors from the drawer. You can break the crab apart at the obvious places and then cut down the middle. From there you have a bowl of some fantastic crab meat. Out of 1lb of crab you’ll find that there is only 381 calories, 82g of protein and no carbs! You can add this to top off a dinner salad, or just eat it as is. ENJOY!

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  • Heart Health Tips to Live By
    May 6, 2013 at 11:11 am
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    Your pooch’s heart health will be better, too!
    Your pooch’s heart health will be better, too!
    Photo by: Christa Renee

    A few months ago, we were reminded during “heart month” about how heart disease kills way too many women. As the seasons change and some of us feel reinvigorated to revamp their diets and routine, we want to urge you to remember these super-simple steps to reduce your chances of heart disease. By employing these easy strategies, you’re helping to make sure you don’t wind up a statistic.
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  • Recipe submitted by Serena Burns of www.serenabakessimplyfromscratch.com

    Prep time: 20 minutes
    Cook time: 7 minutes
    Total time: 27 minutes
    Yield: 8 servings

    Ingredients

    FOR ASIAN DRESSING
    1 whole Jalapeno, finely Diced And Seeded
    1/4 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    1/2 cup Plain Rice Vinegar
    2 tablespoons Toasted Sesame Seed Oil
    2 teaspoons Honey
    2 tablespoons Soy Sauce
    1/2 whole Lime, Juiced
    1/2 teaspoon Sriracha Sauce, Or To Taste
    1 teaspoon Fresh Ginger, Grated
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  • Foods that Pack on Muscle

    Posted on October 12, 2012 in Featured In

    By: Adam Campbella
    If muscles were made from chips and beer, we'd look huge. But they aren't, and we don't—unless you count that sack o' fat up front and dead center.

    If not Doritos and double bock, then what? We decided to delve deep into the human anatomy to find the secret spot on every muscle where the word "ingredients" is stamped.

    With the help of Jeff Volek, Ph.D., R.D., an exercise and nutrition researcher at the University of Connecticut, and a really big magnifying glass, we found it. Eight foods are on the list: eggs, almonds, olive oil, salmon, steak, yogurt, water, and coffee. Add these ingredients to your stomach and faithfully follow the directions on the package—"Lift heavy weights"—and you can whip up a batch of biceps in no time.

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  • Travel & Outdoors: Thursday, December 27, 1990
    Emmett Watson

    The most recognized physiognomy in metropolitan Seattle may not belong to Jean Enersen, Mike James, Wayne Cody or Mayor Norm Rice. That honor, if an honor it is, could belong to a tall, angular, gray-haired, slightly bald Seattle native named Sol Amon.

    ``Who?'' you ask.

    The one and only - Sol Amon, a Sephardic Jew of Turkish descent, who is known and recognized all over the world. He has appeared on many local TV shows and some national ones, featuring Charles Kuralt and Willard Scott, the ``Today'' show's bumptious weatherman.

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  • Servings

    4 person (s)

    Ingredients

    For the Dijon vinaigrette:

    • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
    • Splash of red wine vinegar
    • Salt and pepper
    • 2 tablespoons olive oil

    For the halibut Niçoise:

    • 1 pound halibut steak, removed from bone and cut into four 8-ounce portions
    • Salt and pepper
    • 1/4 pound haricots vert, stems removed
    • 1 tablespoon olive oil
    • 2 cups cherry tomatoes
    • 1 tablespoon cured black olives, roughly chopped
    • 1 lemon

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  • Servings

    8 person (s)

    Preparation

    45 min (s)

    Ingredients

    • 16 cups water
    • 3 ounces dried kombu kelp
    • 1 lb daikon radish, in 1/2" chunks
    • 1 lb turnip, in 1/2" chunks
    • 2 lb wild salmon bones with meat and/or collars, rinsed
    • 1/2 cup organic white miso paste
    • 1/2 cup sake
    • 1 bunch green onion, diced

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