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Seafood Traditions

Easy, Delicious Recipes That Substitute Fish for Meat

Mar 28, 2019 6:00:00 AM | Halfway through the Lenten Season, we have a few creative ways to use seafood on Fish Fridays!

It's halfway through the Lenten season! Our Chef Anthony Dattolico has gathered a few of his favorite recipes that substitute seafood for meat, giving you a creative alternative to just another Fish Fry Fridays. Try out the salmon Wellington, or a fish burger and mix it up!

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Fishmonger of the Week: Corey Wheeler Forrest

Mar 8, 2019 6:00:00 AM | On International Women's Day, we celebrate the women of the fishing industry

FISHMONGER OF THE WEEK: Corey Wheeler Forrest

"We are all EQUAL on the ocean and the ocean does not discriminate..."

Corey Wheeler Forrest has been in the fishing business her entire life. She is the proud mother of two beautiful children.

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About Your Fish

Atlantic Salmon vs. Pacific Salmon

Mar 5, 2019 9:00:00 AM | Atlantic Salmon vs Pacific Salmon: What’s the Difference?

Salmon's buttery, melt-in-your-mouth goodness is both rich in nutrients and Omega3 oils. But what are the differences between Atlantic salmon vs. Pacific salmon? Does it make a difference whether I buy one kind or the other? Is farmed salmon different fundamentally from wild salmon? Do these factors impact salmon’s taste, nutrition, or cost?
Market Seafood Delivery for both Atlantic Salmon vs. Pacific Salmon

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It’s Called Fishin’ For a Reason!

Aug 9, 2018 11:26:51 AM |

You have no doubt gone into your Kroger, Walgreens, 7-Eleven, Wal-Mart or even Amazon store only to find your favorite cracker, soda, or shampoo missing from the shelf - out-of-stock. Why? Good question with no good answer in the case of these packaged goods.

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From the Newsletter

A Cooperative of Fishmongers

New York’s iconic Fulton Fish Market is a cooperative consisting of dozens of family-owned fishmonger businesses which have existed for generations. These companies procure fresh seafood from across the world but specialize in local, sustainable fish caught in U.S. waters. Read More

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Copper River King Salmon is now in season! A great tasting product and a fabulous story. Direct from F/V Amulet!

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Fishing and Mother Nature

Feb 9, 2018 6:32:51 PM |

The Bomb Cyclone snowstorms and frigid weather that over 100 million of our neighbors have experienced since the beginning of the year also impact our food supply.

The most obvious impacts are on plane delays and cancellations, but trucks are delayed in weather and from resulting traffic snarls as well.

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Aliens! - Invasive Species of Fish

Apr 5, 2017 5:49:50 PM |

Non-native or invasive species of plants, snakes, fish and oysters have been in the news for years. They displace native flora and fauna and often ruin the habitat in which they settle.

Getting rid of invasive plants often involves herbicides which can be as harmful to the environment as the invasive plant itself… yuck! Getting rid of invasive snakes is costly and can be painful…double yuck!! Getting rid of invasive seafood is simply delicious.

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Seafood – Eat It Now! For the flavor. For your health.

Jun 27, 2016 4:27:00 PM | A note from Robert DiGregorio – Bobby Tuna

I’ve been in the fish business for over 30 years now. It’s my passion, and one of the reasons is that I’m selling something that’s so good for you. Fish is packed with lots of high quality protein, and it’s loaded with vitamins, minerals and omega-3s – those good fats we all need to keep healthy.

I believe everyone should eat fish at least twice a week. If seafood is not part of your weekly routine, it should be. Often people tell me that they would eat more seafood if they knew how to pick the best tasting items. “I never know how to pick fish?” or “How do I tell if the fish is fresh?”

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