Thursday, August 12, 2010

Wild Edibles Seafood Update

Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,
Coming in tonight off a long line boat out of the Caribbean is Wahoo (ono).  Wahoo is a delicate, flakey, white fish with a mild flavor.
The farm raised Cobia was such a hit earlier this week that we are bringing it back again, don't be the last on the block to try it.  Visit for more information on this amazing product.  For those of you interested in Wild King Salmon we hearing the catches are coming in heavy leading some to some break in price.  We have both Columbia River and Troll caught Alaskan Salmon due in overnight.
Arriving in house is Carolina Stone Bass, Massachusetts Rock Fish or Wild Striped Bass, Wild King Salmon from Alaska, Wild Sockeye Salmon, Mediterranean Dorades, Gray Tile Fish from North Carolina, and, Local Sword Fish Pups.
We picked up another round of Razor Clams so get them while you can.
To fill your requests for more West Coast oysters we have brought a couple of new beauties, these include the following:
Hammersley Inlet, Hammersley Inlet WA, "The Hammer"
Paradise Cove, Desolation Bay,BC
Hope Point, Desolation bay BC
Point Reyes-Tomale Bay, CA
Cape Breton-PEI CAN
Try some of these lovelies out and report back on to your sales rep your feedback. 
"Son, if you really want something in this life, you have to work for it. Now quiet! They're about to announce the lottery numbers."
Homer Simpson
Have a great weekend,
Eric Morris
Account Executive
Wild Edibles Seafood

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