Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Wild Edibles Seafood Update

Good day Chefs and Buyers,
 
From the cold clean waters of the North Atlantic we have just received a tote of fancy dayboat Nova Scotia Halibut. Graded 10-50 lbs these are top of the catch fish. We also have west coast halibut that has just flown in from Alaska. Be sure to indicate your preference when you order.
Massachusetts hook and line haddock is a rare offering here in NY. Discover why haddock (melanogrammus aeglefinus) has always been one of New England's favorite fish. A smaller member of the Gadidae family of fish to which cod and pollack are members, haddock is mild flavored and has a fine tender flake.
Razor clams are in today and great as a raw crudo type offering or as a unique addition to a mixed shellfish dish. They are fresh and alive and ready for your menu.
Pemaquid oysters have become one of our new favorite oysters. It is no wonder why. Pemaquids are harvested from the protected deep water rocky bays of Maine far away from the effects of man. The only flavors these oysters have are from the salty clean local waters. The proud product of one of the biggest oyster seed producers on the East coast. Pemaquids have well developed shells with deep cups that are a snap to open.
 
Also available: Sturgeon, Wild King Salmon, Head-on Mahi from Jersey dayboats, farmed "Creative" king salmon (naturally raised), Arctic char and plenty of Black sea bass.
 
"In communities where men build ships for their own sons to fish or fight from, quality is never a problem"
~J. A. Dever
 
Best regards,
 

Matthew Hovey http://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewhovey
718-433-4321 ext.121 / fax 718-433-4616 cell 718-679-0641
"Hand picked specialties from the Seas"
www.wildedibles.com 
http://sustainablefishmonger.com

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