I couldn’t resist grabbing a pound of Trader Joe’s Rainbow Trout Fillets for $7. With a price like that I could have found quite the steal…or could be heading for major disappointment.
It was time to give conservas another chance, but this time no sardines or other fish, I wanted to sample canned shellfish.
I was looking for some sort of frozen seafood appetizer/entree in my local supermarket frozen section. That’s when I found this line of frozen seafood from Yankee Trader Seafood, a local company based in Massachusetts. I love a good fish cake and I also like cheap eats, so it was hard to pass up a … Read More “All Natural Lobster Cakes From Yankee Trader Seafood” »
Out of all the different recipes I found, I was most intrigued by those like what they serve at Seattle\’s Pike Place Market. Not only does it use cream, but it has cream cheese in it too! Cream cheese, capers, tomatoes? This is certainly new territory, but it sounded like it could be delicious if I could pull it off.
Ok, Who here loves finnan haddie? Who here knows what finnan haddie is? If you’re not from New England or the Canadian Maritimes, you get a pass but I have to admit I didn’t know what finnan haddie was until I was in my twenties. It was my late friend Jim Lynch who first told … Read More “Captain Marden’s Creamed Finnan Haddie: Old School Comfort” »
I got a package of frozen skate cheeks from Red’s Best a while back, and now is the time to try them out. I’ve had skate wings plenty of times, same with cod cheeks, but never skate cheeks. Honestly, I didn’t know skate had cheeks. That was part of the allure when I ordered them … Read More “A First Look At Skate Cheeks From Red’s Best” »
Pemaquid Mussel Farms is a Maine company that specializes in cultured, rope-grown mussels. Their mussels are known for a very high meat-to-shell ratio.
For my second look at Iceland Catch I’ll be reviewing the Cod Fillet Portions they sent me recently. I asked around some of my family members and friends, most of them involved someway with our local fishing industry and they fall into two camps: Either they like haddock much better than cod, or they can’t … Read More “Cod Livornese Style Thanks To Iceland Catch” »
I was contacted by an Iceland Catch representative who invited me to review their haddock to see for myself what sets their fish apart.
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.