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Rainbow Trout

Raceway aquaculture, Idaho

The rainbow trout industry is one of the oldest aquaculture industries in the US, dating back to around the 1880's. The Idaho trout farm we are dealing with here opened in 1966, and it was the first to earn Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification. It continues to pride itself on its environmental stewardship in all aspects of aquaculture.

Expect a firm texture and a mild flavor. The fish comes butterflied, head-off, and ready to cook. Seafood Watch rates it a "Best Choice." Low mercury level. Kosher.

  • 1 lb. for $15.00

  • 8 oz. for $7.50*

-- Pan-Fried Trout with Rosemary, Lemon, and Capers (Molly O'Neill / The New York Times)

-- Baked Rainbow Trout with Shiitake Mushrooms, Tomatoes, and Ginger (Bon Appétit)

* A $10.00 minimum applies to all orders. If your total order is less than $10.00, please contact us, and we'll place the order for you. 

  

 

 

 

  

 

Skrei Cod

Line caught, Norway

We are now in the middle of the celebrated Skrei (pronounced SKRAY) cod season. The word skrei is derived the Old Norse verbå skrida meaning "the wanderer."

Beginning in January millions of cod swim from the nutrient-rich Barents Sea to the northern coast of Norway. Their capture is governed by very strict rules about age and size. All skrei, to be labeled skrei, must be packaged within 12 hours of being caught. True skrei is firm, somewhat thicker than Alaskan cod, and tender, with an excellent flavor. It also is one of the most nutritious types of white fish. MSC Certified. Kosher.

  • 1 lb. for $16.50

  • 8 oz. for 8.25*

-- Simple Cod en Persillade (Thomas Keller)

-- Jamon-Wrapped Cod with Borlotti Bean Stew (adapted from Jamie Oliver)

* A $10.00 minimum applies to all orders. If your total order is less than $10.00, please contact us, and we'll place the order for you. 

 

Crawfish Tail Meat

Crank up some zydeco and laissez les bons temps rouler! It's Mardi Gras!

A taste of these "freshwater mini-lobsters" will transport you to sunny New Orleans! Each pack contains a pound of frozen cooked crawfish tail meat. Gumbo?
Crawfish étouffée? Crawfish tail mac and cheese? 

1 lb. for $26.50

King Crab Select Portions

Frozen

Each pound contains 4 to 5 sections of largest part of the King Crab leg (called the merus section). The meat is sweet and tender and is considered a delicacy.
Each leg segment is 3 to 5 ounces.
Just thaw, heat for 8 to 10 minutes, and eat.

  • 1 lb. for $38.00

  • 8 oz. for $19.00

Key West Pink Shrimp

Frozen, Raw, Shell-On

These large wild caught shrimp get their color from the
coral waters off the southwest coast of Florida. 
Individually quick frozen using no chemical additives.

  • 1 lb. (16 to 20 per pound) for $18.50

Key West Pink Shrimp

Frozen, Raw, Peeled and Deveined

Similar to the Shell On Shrimp above (they are wild caught and get their color from the
coral waters off the southwest coast of Florida). But these are smaller and Peeled and Deveined!
Individually quick frozen using no chemical additives.

  • 1 lb. (26/30 per pound) for $19.00

Oritz Conservas Boquerones (Marinated White Anchovies)

Ingredients: Anchovy, olive oil, white wine vingegar, sea salt, garlic, parsley. Product of Spain.

Ortiz Conservas marinated white anchovies are filleted by hand, one by one, marinated in wine vinegar and cured for 3 days. Then they are packed in olive oil, garlic, and parsley. Ortiz boquerones are neither excessively fishy nor salty, making them ideal foreating as an appetizer. They are renowned for their delicate flavor
and are delicious served with crusty bread and olives.

  • 3.88 oz. tray for $10.00

Baby Octopus

Spain, Frozen

These tasty baby octopuses (octopi) have already been tenderized (no beating required!) and come curled up in the shape of a flower. 

 

  • 1 lb. (3 to 6) for $16.00

Matiz Sardines in Olive Oil

Galicia, Spain

These wild, tender sardines are sustainably harvested using traditional methods off the coast of Galicia, Spain. They are wonderful on their own,
or toss them with pasta, or use them in salads. Bones are edible.

 

  • Net weight: 4.2 ounces for $5.00