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Irish Organic Salmon

Off-shore net pens, Ireland

This crazy popular, delicious, 
sustainably farmed salmon has a pedigree that gives its wild counterpart a run for its money. The Irish Organic Salmon Company has full control over the whole process. The broodstock begins in freshwater, then after a period the salmon are moved to protected saltwater cages and finally to pristine fast-moving waters off the coast. Low-density pens give them plenty of room to swim against the strong current, which promotes a firmer texture and less fat. That is why these farmed salmon are more like wild salmon than other farmed varieties.​

Their feed is certified organic and GMO-free, and no chemicals or medicines are used. The farm is certified by the Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association Naturland (Germany), BioSuisse Organic, Freedom Foods, and GlobalGAP Aquaculture.

Worried about overcooking salmon? Click here to learn about the differences in cooking farmed and wild salmon. Low mercury level. Kosher.

1 lb. for $21.50
8 oz. for $10.75

-- Sear-Roasted Salmon with Leeks and Lentils (Fish and Leeks: HOF / Lentils: David LaPlaca)
-- One Pan Lemon Salmon, Roasted Potatoes and Parmesan Asparagus (Half Baked Harvest)







Icelandic Cod

Trawl, line, or net caught, Iceland

Icelandic cod is the same species as the more familiar Atlantic cod but a separate stock. It comes from the chilly waters around Iceland and is much larger and more migratory (thus leaner) than its overfished cousin.

Cod is firm with large, succulent flakes, and it has a mild flavor. You can do almost anything with it—unlike most fish, it stands up to hearty sauces. It is great for fish and chips, and It is good sautéed, steamed, baked, and fried. Seafood Watch rates Icelandic Cod a "Good Alternative," and it is MSC certified. Low to moderate mercury level. Kosher.

1 lb. for $14.00
8 oz. for $7.00*

-- Jamon-Wrapped Cod with Borlotti Bean Stew (adapted from Jamie Oliver)
-- Cod en Persillade (Thomas Keller)


Frozen Crawfish Tails

Frozen, Peeled, Cooked

Whether you call them crawfish, mudbugs, or crawdads, they speak to your mouth in all the right ways! Mardi Gras is over but these "freshwater mini-lobsters" are still delicious. Gumbo? Crawfish étouffée?
Crank up some zydeco and laissez les bons temps rouler!

1 lb. for $24.00

Calvisius Caviar

.36 ounce tin (approximately 2 teaspoons)

Who needs an excuse? Valentines Day? Celebrate your puppy's training, or the mere fact you made it through another day. Whether you are a lover of caviar or a caviar novice, Calvisius brand is a great place to start.

This caviar comes from the roe of sustainably farmed white sturgeon. It has a lightly fruity taste with a distinctive nutty hint. Try it with a dry Brut or other sparkling wine.

1 - .36 ounce tin (approximately 2 teaspoons) for $23.00

Baby Octopus

Tenderized. Spain

These tasty baby octopuses (octopi) have already been tenderized (no beating required!) and come curled up in the shape of a flower. 
1 lb. (2-3) for $16.00


Gibsons Steakhouse Seasoning Salt

Ingredients: Salt, spices, dehydrated onion and garlic.

We are selling this product because a dietician recommended it for a friend with heart issues. It contains only salt, spices, and dehydrated onion and garlic, and it is the secret ingredient that some say makes Gibsons steaks so good. Because it is a healthy alternative to straight kosher salt, we wanted to try it.
The verdict? Gibsons proved to be excellent on fish too!
Net weight: 6 ounces for $6.00

Hooked on Fish Convertible Cooler Bag

Use this bag for all kinds of things!

This convertible totes provide reliable insulation, and it is large enough for those longer fillets or party-size orders. The bag's removable insert is great for keeping fish and other refrigerated products cold on the way home. Without the insert, the bag itself is a sturdy all-purpose carrier. Plus, our logo imprint helps to spread the word about Hooked on Fish! You win, we win.


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