Fresh Seafood

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  • On dining tables across India you will find many matchsticks of fresh ginger. And when you combine this healing root to fresh Halibut cheeks, it makes for an extra delicious, SUPER-EASY meal that can be prepped and cooked in 20 minutes.

    We are partial to this specific recipe found at AllRecipes.com. (LINK: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/halibut-cheeks-with-ginger-orange-sauce/)

    1/4 cup fresh orange juice
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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 Prepare Black Cod

    Posted on March 11, 2014 in Featured In


    Oh-man-oh-my! Black cod, or Sablefish, has one of the highest levels of healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, which gives them that silky, rich texture and flavor. One fantastic way to prepare this is with swiss chard, olives and lemon.

    To cook the fish, heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a large skillet over med/high heat. Season fish with a mixture of coarsely ground coriander and cumin, salt and pepper to taste and place skin side down in skillet. Cook until browned and crisp, 5 to 6 minutes. Turn and cook until just opaque in the center, 2 to 4 minutes more.
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  • More and more people are discovering the healthy benefits that eating fresh seafood brings. Many types of fish are rich in Omega-3 essential fatty acids with a multitude of healthy benefits. We all have our favorites but one of ours is fresh Scallops. Scallops are specifically rich in tryptophan, which is an amino acid that the body converts to serotonin. Serotonin is a brain neurotransmitter that is important for you to sleep, and BONUS, eating foods like fresh Scallops may help those with trouble sleeping.  We’re not making any promises, but hey, eating delicious fresh Scallops may be worth a shot!
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  • Ingredients
    1 (5 lbs to 8 lbs) whole dressed fresh/frozen salmon, thawed if necessary
    Salt & Pepper
    2 Tablespoons butter or margarine, softened
    1/2 medium onion, sliced
    1/2 lemon, sliced
    2 or 3 sprigs fresh parsley
    Oil
    Lemon Wedges
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  • Maybe your husband’s favorite food is Salmon or your Mom LOVES Penn Cove Oysters. Well – you don’t have to buy a plane ticket to indulge in these wonderful west coast products, because WE SHIP! And everything goes out overnight via Federal Express to anywhere within the United States – so you can plan accordingly! All of our packages are packed to last up to 48 hours – which is convenient for those hard weather times that every now and again may intersect with the delivery of our package. All our packages are in no need of a signature so if you have a jam packed day at work, or taking the kids to soccer practice, we will gladly leave it on your front door. We use a non-toxic gel ice to ensure freshness, so your product is the picture of perfection upon arrival. Eat up, it’s going to be delicious!

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  • Love Your Heart, Eat Salmon!

    Posted on February 14, 2014 in Featured In

    February is American Heart Health Month, Seattle’s Pure Food Fish Market is Stocked with Fresh King Salmon

    February is American Heart Health Month, and Seattle’s Pure Food Fish Market is fully stocked with an abundance of fresh-daily, heart-healthy, and certified organic Northwest King Salmon, available for overnight Federal Express shipment across the United States.

    Fresh King Salmon is one of the healthiest forms of protein for our bodies, as it is not high in saturated fat, and it is also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. “Omega-3 fatty acids benefit the heart of healthy people and those at high risk of — or who have — cardiovascular disease. Research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids decrease risk of arrhythmias (abnormal heartbeats), which can lead to sudden cardiac death. Omega-3 fatty acids also decrease triglyceride levels, slow the growth rate of atherosclerotic plaque and lower blood pressure (slightly)” – provided by the American Heart Association online.
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  • A long day at work can definitely contribute to that HA-NGRY (hungry/angry) feeling we get when we walk through the door. This quick fix meal with Shrimp is loaded with protein, vitamin D, zinc as well as being a fantastic carbohydrate-free food for anyone trying to watch their figure. They are also supercharged with vitamin B12 and Selenium. And, it is guaranteed to be a mood changer!

    Food.com has a fantastic recipe for Shrimp Scampi. Not only is this easy prep (10 minutes) and a fast meal (10 minutes cooking time) – but it also a fresh, healthy meal option!

    In a large non-stick skillet, heat about 2 tsps. of olive oil. Sauté up about ¾ lbs of Shrimp until it is just about pink. Add about 3 to 4 garlic cloves minced into the mix for about 30 seconds. With a slotted spoon transfer the shrimp to a platter to keep them warm. From there, you want to take 1/4 cup of chicken broth, white wine, lemon juice and some parsley, salt and pepper to taste and bring to a boil. Boil uncovered until the sauce is reduced by half. Spoon the sauce over the shrimp and serve with a lemon wedge and parsley for a garnish.

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  • What Rocks about Rock Fish?

    Posted on January 30, 2014 in Featured In

    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. Rockfish fillets have a firm texture that holds up quite nice in soups and stews. They also work well sautéed, baked, steamed or fried.

    Did you know that Potassium helps prevent high blood pressure? Rockfish provides 696 milligrams of potassium in a 5 ounce serving. Not only is Rockfish a rich source of Potassium but it also contains 46% of our daily value of Vitamin D, and a lack of vitamin D may lead to weak bones and osteoporosis due to your body being unable to absorb and use calcium! No good. Rock Fish is also packed with 85% protein, which is an essential nutrient for promoting a strong immune system and maintaining muscle mass.

    Our buddies over at Livestrong.com have a fantastic recipe for you to indulge in – all you need is some fresh lemon, olive oil, your favorite spices and perhaps some almonds. Check it out here Baked Rockfish with Lemon.

     

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  • Pan Searing Scallops
    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. Warm the pan to high temperatures**, add oil (olive oil/avocado oil). Once the pan is at a sufficient temperature place scallops onto pan, with space in between. Remember the more oil you use – the faster they will cook. Sear on each side for about 90 seconds – as well as the sides. Remove from pan and serve.

    • The ideal pan temperature is the lowest temperature at which water doesn’t accumulate anywhere in the pan. Water released from the scallops should immediately turn to steam.

    Grilling Scallops
    Cooking scallops is glorious primarily because they are full of flavor – it doesn’t take much of anything to prep them for the grill. Pat the scallops dry and add some salt and pepper. You can add some light oil to the grill rack and cook them through, turning them just once. A typical cook time is between 4 to 5 minutes.

    Sauteed Scallops
    As with the other techniques we want to pat the scallops dry and sprinkle with a dash of salt and pepper. Add a bit of oil and a dash of butter to a large skillet. Over medium heat add scallops to pan, a few at a time cooking approximately 1 to 2 minutes per side or until the scallop is golden brown on the outside and translucent in the middle. Afterwards wrap the scallops on a heated platter and cover with foil. Add a bit of white wine, lemon juice and thyme to the pan and cook another 2 to 3 minutes. Remove from heat and return the scallops to the pan and toss with the sauce. They are now ready to serve.

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