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week's catch


Lake Trout

Lake Trout Line-caught, Lake Huron, Canada side

This week's wild catch comes from Goderich (Ontario) Cove on Lake Huron. (Goderich incidentally bills itself as Canada's prettiest town.) This trout is currently in a recovery period after a dramatic decline in the mid-1900s. The fillets have a yellowish color and are thick, with a flaky flesh. It is very versatile--it can be baked, sautéed, poached, or grilled. Seafood Watch rates it a “Good Alternative.”  Low mercury. Kosher.
1 lb for $8.50

-- Lake Trout with Fingerling Potatoes and Bacon (adapted from Paul Kahan / Food and Wine)
-- Trout en Papillote (Hooked on Fish)

Red Grouper

Longline-caught Florida

Grouper has been aptly described as a cross between bass and halibut. It is moist and lean with large flakes. This red grouper is caught off the coast of Florida, and it's one of our favorite food fishes. In our opinion it is bar none the best fish for a fish sandwich. Seafood Watch rates it a "Good Alternative.” High mercury level. Kosher.
1 lb for $22.00

-- Grouper with Cucumber Salad and Soy-Mustard Dressing (adapted from Food and Wine)
-- Grouper Sandwiches with Wasabi Coleslaw (adapted from Bon Appétit)

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