Filed under Seafood Tips & Facts on September 9, 2014
Have you ever seen a whole Halibut? They're huge! So, why would someone buy an entire Halibut? It's actually pretty simple. Continue reading
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There are numerous nutritional benefits from eating seafood. In fact, the American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least twice a week in order to maintain a healthy diet. Fish is low in saturated fats and is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, among many other things. Continue reading
Rich in protein, vitamins and minerals, Salmon is among the category of foods considered a “super food.” Its high-levels of omega-3 fatty acids are known to reduce heart disease and contribute to overall joint and brain health, among many other things. Continue reading
Filed under Seafood Tips & Facts on July 31, 2014
Considered a staple in Mediterranean and Asian kitchens, Octopus remains an unfamiliar seafood to many Americans. Like its close cousin Squid, Octopus is made up of muscles and connective tissues, Continue reading
Fresh Swordfish steaks are a healthy alternative to red meat.
There are very few pleasures in life quite like cutting into a juicy steak with a cold one on the side. However considering the association between red meat and heart disease, this pleasure should only be enjoyed on occasion. Continue reading
Many of our customers know him simply as "Senior" and with a nearly 30 year career, which started at the age of 15, working at Pure Food Fish Market, the guy ain't senior, but he sure knows his stuff! We asked Senior after all these years his favorite way to prepare his fresh Salmon, and the simplistic recipe he shared is absolutely scrumptious. Continue reading