I needed something worthy of opening day for my beloved New England Patriots. Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester had fresh swordfish at their drive-up seafood market, so I grabbed two big steaks for the game. My first instinct would be to grill the swordfish or pan roast it. However, I’ve learned with my small house and bad … Read More “Baked Local Swordfish Is Simple And Simply Delicious” »
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” »
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 partners New England’s commercial fisherman with technology that allows for full traceability of the catch.
I recently got a wonderful gift of delicious, smoked salmon from Jerry’s Meats and Seafood of Juneau, Alaska.
I decided to go with Sizzlefish in order to try a fish I’ve heard so much about: Sablefish, also known as black cod.
I recently posted about trying Pacific Dover sole, as well as listing true Dover sole on my seafood wish list. The only real sole I’ve ever tried was in Portugal, where my wife and I enjoyed small grilled soles that I believe are called Senegal sole. But I want to try the real deal, the … Read More “Finest Quality Dover Sole From The Fish Society” »
Like all fresh fish, cod should not smell “fishy” when choosing a whole fish or fillets. cod should also not look dried out or off-colored.