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Introducing The Fish Drop Seafood Subscription Service

Sep 12, 2019 6:00:00 AM | FultonFishMarket.com is proud to introduce The Fish Drop Seafood Subscription Service

FultonFishMarket.com is proud to introduce The Fish Drop, a seafood subscription service that enables subscribers to schedule recurring deliveries of fresh, high-quality fish and seafood. Now, you can enjoy the freshest seafood on the planet, delivered direct to your door on a biweekly or monthly cadence from your trusted online fishmongers at FultonFishMarket.com.

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Top Five Seafood Dips for Independence Day

Jul 2, 2019 6:00:00 AM | Check out our favorite seafood dip recipes for the Fourth of July!

From briny clam dip to hot crab dip, your fellow Fourth of July partygoers won't make it past the appetizer section of the buffet table when they spot these superstar recipes!

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Planning the Perfect Mother’s Day Seafood Brunch

Apr 30, 2019 6:00:00 AM | Planning the Perfect Mother's Day Seafood Brunch

With Mother’s Day right around the corner, it’s likely you’re wondering what to buy or do for your mom (or your kids’ mom) on her special day. As a seafood lover, you’re in luck and so is mom; preparing seafood is a decadent and memorable way to celebrate your love. So why not throw a seafood brunch?

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Top Five Easter Seafood Brunch Recipes

Apr 16, 2019 6:00:00 AM |

Like hunting for Easter eggs, Easter brunch is a beloved tradition in many families. This Easter, we’re encouraging you to think beyond your customary breakfast casserole recipe to something fresh and different – like Louisiana Crabcakes Eggs Benedict or Salmon, Mushroom, and Dill Quiche. We've included these, and a few of our other favorites, so you and your family can enjoy fresh fish and seafood on Easter morning. And not to worry – these recipes are not only delicious but also easy to make – so you can have lots of time to search for Easter eggs.

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Food Blogger Lauren @healthydelish made it her goal to eat lots of fresh seafood while visiting Providence this past summer. On one of her stops at a cool “hipster” restaurant she discovered some of the freshest, most delicious fish tacos she’d ever eaten. She wanted to recreate those tacos in her own kitchen, so we sent her some of our “Fulton Fresh” halibut and salmon and she went to work.

“I couldn’t get over how fresh the halibut I used in these tacos was. They tasted even fresher than the ones I had over the summer.”

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Food blogger Carolyn @fooddreamer has been aiming to include more fish into her weekly meal planning for some time now. Living in Portland, just an hour and a half from the Oregon coastline, there’s technically plenty of fresh seafood nearby. However, she’s been hesitant.

“. . . I don’t always know where to get it or how to tap into that resource. What my local grocery stores carry may or may not be local or sustainable, and it may not even be very fresh . . . I think that’s probably the biggest factor in keeping most people from cooking fish at home.”

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Food Blogger Lani: Fulton Fan for life!

Nov 15, 2016 11:46:16 AM | Featuring Fulton Fresh Faroe Island Salmon

For years blogger Lani @LifeAnchored refused to eat fish. That is, until a year ago when her husband convinced her to try a bite of his salmon and she loved it! So Lani’s mind was changed, but there was still some hesitation about where to buy quality seafood.

“One of my biggest hang ups about fish was that I was nervous about freshness. I’d heard tons of stories about grocery store fish fiasco.”

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Food Blogger’s Birthday Bash

Nov 1, 2016 11:14:51 AM | Featuring Fulton Fresh East Coast Halibut

When we asked Annie, the food blogger behind Maebells, to create her magic around a sampling of our “Fulton Fresh” seafood, she was excited.

“Here in rural Tennessee fresh seafood is basically non existent. Everything in the grocery is frozen or imported because when you live in a land locked state that isn’t usual commodity. Until now that is!”

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