I’m opening up another package from my Red’s Best shipment. This time it’s summer flounder, better known as fluke where I’m from.
Red’s Best was selling frozen one-pound bags of black sea bass for $18. Now it was time to break out a thawed package from Black Sea Bass from Red’s Best for a weeknight dinner.
As part of National Seafood Month, I decided to try a local, but new fish to me. I grabbed 2 pounds of local cusk from Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester.
The other day I got a notice on Facebook that Steve Connolly Seafoods in Gloucester had local bluefin tuna. It’s been a while since I’ve been down to Connolly’s wharf and far too long since I had bluefin tuna. As a matter of fact, I don’t think I ever cooked bluefin even though I’ve been … Read More “Gloucester-Caught Bluefin Tuna: Wicked Good!” »
Sea scallops, whether baked with crumbs, fried like clams, pan-seared, or grilled, are comfort food, Gloucester style.
During a visit to Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester, I got a two pound lobster for $16! Compare that to the price of steak.
Recently Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester had some of the most prized flatfish in New England waters: Grey sole, also known as witch flounder.
I paid them a visit the other day and left with some haddock, which I froze for later, and 1.75 pounds of Atlantic halibut fillets.
I wanted to make a fish dinner that utilized the freshest Gloucester fish around, paired with items you may already have in your pantry, fridge or freezer. It’s variation of traditional baked haddock you find in New England.
It’s been a while since I had a nice piece of halibut. Whole Foods had previously-frozen Atlantic halibut fillets on sale for $18.99 so I brought home a pound.